GP pay averages £110,000

GP earnings averaged £110,000 in 2005/6, a rise of 10 per cent, according to the DoH’s Information Centre.

The income figures include both private and NHS work.

Average net profits after expenses were:

£113,600 in England – up 9.7 per cent,
£98,700 in Northern Ireland – up 8.2 per cent,
£90,600 in Scotland – up 9.6 per cent,
£102,200 in Wales – up 11.6 per cent.

Dispensing GPs averaged £127,100 (up 6.3 per cent), with non-dispensing GPs earning £106,700 (up 10.4 per cent).

More details on the DoH's Information Centre website .

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