NHS pays moonlighting medics five times as much as Theresa May to plug gaps

“Because NHS pay [is] the same throughout the country, hospitals [have] no way of tempting doctors to work in undesirable areas”, reports The Telegraph, Monday 2 July 2018.

That is one of the findings of ‘An NHS Bonus’, a report written by a consultant neurologist and published by the Centre for Policy Studies, which examined the complex NHS pay structure.

The findings – the result of FoI requests placed by the Centre for Policy Studies to NHS trusts around the country – showed the NHS’ highest earning consultants worked in the north, West Midlands, Yorkshire, or Humberside.

Click here to read the full article on The Telegraph website.

‘An NHS Bonus’ is available to download from the Centre for Policy Studies website.

Date Added: Monday 2nd July 2018