GP Registrar payscales are a little different to SHO jobs - as well as the basic, there is a 65% allowance payable to cover the extra responsibilities in practice as well as the Out of Hours work (typically one six hour shift per month). These payscales are valid from April 2005 - April 2006. GP Registrars are also entitled to a car allowance.
GPR Pay Total*
Monthly Take Home Pay**
PRHO = SHO 1
* This includes the car allowance for full time GPRs. Full time registrars are entitled to a car allowance of
Part time trainees (flexible trainee scheme etc.) - for two years part time training, an allowance of
£3,016.30 per year is paid.
** These figures are rounded down, and are based on a tax code of 489L. As your pay may change during the tax year, the actual amount may differ. You can get an accurate monthly calculation here (external link). These figures
do not include deductions for the pension.
London weighting if eligible:Non-resident £2,161; Resident £602.
GP Registrar's medical indemnity will be reimbursed less the amount they would have paid for an SHO job.
Information on GP Training including payscales and other allowances when starting a vocational training scheme is available at www.gpvts.info (this is a free educational resource).