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Focus on locum cover for parental and sickness leave

Practices are eligible to receive reimbursement for locum costs incurred when partners and employed GPs are absent for maternity or sickness leave.

Over recent years both reimbursement schemes have been amended to provide practices with easier access to such funding. This guidance outlines the respective schemes as currently set out in the Statement of Financial Entitlements.

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