BMA issues further guidance on death-in-service

21st August 2009 by NASGP

The BMA have been beavering away trying to demystify the Death-in-Service benefit issue relating to locum GPs (see our article from last month) and has come up with this useful information, available from the BMA website.

Meanwhile, the NHS Superannuation people state in their July newsletter:

A NHS GP Locum who is in active pensionable employment (i.e. working at a Practice, recording the work on forms A and B, and forwarding employee contributions to their host PCT or LHB on time) is covered ‘24/7’ by the Scheme for death in service cover.

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