This page provides information and resources for relevant practice staff on the NHSE/I New to Partnership Programme.
- The New to Partnership Programme is a nationally managed scheme aimed at supporting registered health care professionals to become practice partners (or legal equivalent) through creating a learning fund to develop skills, coupled with a financial payment.
- The overarching aim is to grow the number of partners, stabilising the partnership model and helping to increase clinicians’ participation levels so that primary care and the patients it serves have access to the workforce they need
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- The scheme is open to registered health care professionals working in general practice delivering GMS, PMS and APMS, including – but not limited to – GPs, Nurses, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists and Physician Associates
- Successful applicants are able to access two benefits of the programme:
- A training fund of up to £3,000 to support early partnership skills development
- A sum of £20,000 (for a FTE role***, pro-rata) to support establishment as a new partner
For additional information on the national scheme click here.
The scheme is managed nationally, not by the STW TH/CCG – applications should be made via the national portal.
CCG Workforce Lead – Phil Morgan