New average fees released for GP private and professional work

GP practices can update their prices for non-NHS services following the publication of average practice fees by GPonline's sister website Medeconomics.

(Photo: Viktoria Rodriguez/Getty Images)
(Photo: Viktoria Rodriguez/Getty Images)

In the annual survey, Medeconomics asked practices across the UK to provide details on the amount they charged for 16 commonly-requested non-NHS services.

The results of this year's survey have now been added to the unique GP Fees Database at to help practices to benchmark the amount they are charging for these services.

The survey, which was undertaken in November and early December 2019, received 475 responses from GPs and practice managers, the majority of which were in England.

The following fees have now been updated and are available to practices with a subscription to Medeconomics:

Your practice can find out more about subscribing to our GP practice management website Medeconomics here.

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