Doctors’ registration fees to rise by maximum of £7
In line with inflation, the General Medical Council’s (GMC) annual retention fees will rise by 1.7% from 1 April 2020.
This represents a £7 increase for doctors registered with a licence to practise and £3 for newly qualified doctors. The decision, made by the GMC’s Council, is in keeping with the organisation’s previous aim to limit fee increases in line with inflation. Fees for provisional registration will increase marginally from £51 to £52, while registration fees for newly qualified doctors will rise from £153 to £156.