In 2015, Primary Care Support England (PCSE) took on responsibility for the primary care support services delivered by NHS England. Our contact details can be found here.
The quickest, easiest and preferred way to pay your contributions is by BACs/online banking. Due to security concerns, we cannot publish NHS bank details on our website. If you have previously paid in this way, the bank details have not changed so please continue to use the same details. Practitioners wishing to pay via BACS and require the bank details should contact PCSE. Our contact details can be found here.
Practitioners should enter the following reference details for their payment:
LOCUM example = 12345678LOCFEB17
* Note the reference should be no longer than 16 characters long.
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How to submit your forms online:
A quick and easy way to submit your locum forms is via the PCSE enquiries form. Please submit your form as soon as possible after you have made your contribution payment.
You will receive an email confirming your submission which will include a case reference number you can use to follow-up if required.
Alternatively, practitioners can write the payment reference details on the form and post to Primary Care Support England, PO Box 350, Darlington, DL1 9QN
NHS England is currently seeking further clarification from the Pensions Agency with regards to the acceptance of emailed forms. We will provide an update if there is any change to the guidance provided above. In the meantime, we advise that you keep a copy of forms submitted via email.
Practitioners wishing to pay by cheque should send their cheques and supporting forms for pension contributions to:
Primary Care Support England, PO Box 350, Darlington, DL1 9QN.
Please make cheques payable to either NHS England or NHS Commissioning Board only. Cheques made out to PCSE cannot be banked by NHS England, and therefore will need to be returned to the payer requesting that they are re-issued correctly i.e. cheque made payable to NHS England or NHS Commissioning Board.