Family doctors earned on average £106,000 during 2004-05, the first year of delivering the new GP contract, according to figures published by the Information Centre for health and social care.

An analysis of tax data for GPs in the UK found that earnings rose by 30 per cent last year compared with the year before. GPs who worked in dispensing practices saw a 31 per cent increase. The report, which looked at income from both NHS and private sources for just under 18,000 family doctors, revealed that average total earnings for GPs was £236,000.

To read the report click here

Family doctors earned on average£106,000 during 2004-05, the first year of delivering the new GP contract, according to figures published by the Information Centre for health and social care.

An analysis of tax data for GPs in the UK found that earnings rose by 30 per cent last year compared with the year before. GPs who worked in dispensing practices saw a 31 per cent increase. The report, which looked at income from both NHS and private sources for just under 18,000 family doctors, revealed that average total earnings for GPs was£236,000.

To read the report click here