During the general practice component of your training you will be working in the community. As well as seeing patients in the surgery you will also visit patients in their own homes, in community hospitals and in nursing homes. You are also likely to attend meetings and teaching sessions in places different from your own surgery. Similarly hospital rotations may involve work at different sites within the trust. It is essential that you are able to get to these places. If you do not have a driving licence, please ensure that you have appropriate alternative transport arrangements in place.
All travel expenses should be completed monthly.
In hospital posts use the form HERE.
In general practice posts travel expenses are reimbursed via primary care support England who can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to download the travel expenses claim form and cover sheet.
GP trainees who use their cars to conduct home visits during their placements are entitled to claim mileage expenses. The journey to and from work can also be claimed, but only if a home visit is made that day.
The maximum mileage you can claim for home to base return per day is 20 miles. This can only be claimed if a home visit is made. The home visit mileage can be claimed in addition to the maximum 20 miles.
Day release or training can be claimed if the mileage is more than the normal home to base mileage. Only any extra mileage over and above the normal home to base mileage can be claimed.
Visits to funeral directors can be claimed for.
Meetings can not be claimed for.
Out of hours can not be claimed for.