There are sessions on Lantum where practices are offering NHS pension. Pension can either be offered as inclusive of the rate or on-top. This will be decided by the practice.
You are eligible to claim NHS pension if you are a GP operating as a sole trader and you are not retired.
If you are wanting to claim NHS pension you would need to fill in your pension settings.
How to claim
- Go to your 'My Account', then click 'Edit Pension Details'. You must choose the "I claim NHS pension", and include your National Insurance number and SD Number, then click 'save changes'.
- After you've worked the job the invoice will generate for you to create and a pension form will generate with the details you had entered.
- The practice will be sent your invoice (once created) and pension form. The practice will receive a draft form of the pension form A and will only be able to sign it once they have paid for the session worked.
- After you receive the pension form back, signed and stamped, from the practice, you should submit your forms to your local PCSE.
Just to note;
If the practice is manually signing the pension forms the you could either receive the pension form by post / via e-mail.
If they have set themselves up with auto-sign (electronic signature) it will automatically sign your pension form once they have paid for the session.
If you your pension form has not been signed/sent back:
If you have not received your pension form back from the practice, you can message the practice manager directly to remind them to send you the pension form.
Go to your ' My Jobs' page, find the job in question and click the job number high-lighted in blue.
Once you're on the job description page, click 'Ask Practice Question', you will see a free text box for you to type in. Once you've typed in your questions, click send and the message will be sent directly to the Practice Manager. If you have no response, please contact the Customer Support team as below.
If you experience any technical issues or have questions, please contact the Customer Support team.
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