What’s my SD number?

'SD' stands for Superannuation Division and is also known as "NHSPS reference number". You can find your SD number on any correspondence sent to you from NHS pensions, on some payslips and your online Total Reward Statement; it's an eight digit figure and starts SD. If you can't find your SD number, you can call the NHS pensions helpline on 0300 330 1346.

Once you have your SD number, add it to your settings in LocumDeck so that it will automatically populate all your locum Form A and Form Bs every month, along with your invoices - all free with NASGP membership.

See more NHS pension FAQs from NASGP

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7 Responses

  1. I've been asked for my "SD" number to change my address with NHS PENSIONS. There is no such number on any "advice of payment " forms I've received. Is the "SD" number the same as my "pension reference "?
    • Richard Fieldhouse
      Hi Petula, yes it is.
  2. How do I find out my SA number if I do not have my old payslips from the N.H.S
  3. Your comment* How do I find my SD number when I have no correspondence from nhs
    • Your comment* I have tried to change my address but had my letter returned saying they could not find my membership record although I gave them my mistake No , date of birth and old address . I have downloaded a authority form and it asks me for my SD No I have checked all my pension mail but can only see my nis No displayed I have also found my nhs No but no SD No what shall I do now as I am living abroad outside the EU.
      • Richard Fieldhouse
        Hi Christopher, would suggest you call their helpline on 0300 330 1346 to get your SD number.
  4. Richard Fieldhouse
    I think as per the article, give NHS Pensions a call

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