I have received an invoice from Network Locum and I am not sure what this is for
If you are not signed up to SurePay then you will receive invoices directly from GPs after they have completed their session and an invoice once a month from Network Locum for the Network Locum service fee.
How do I tell the difference?
The invoice number for a GP session will have a 6 digit number that corresponds with the job number and the 'from' name will be the GP's name. This invoice is for the doctors session which needs to be paid directly to them.
Network Locum service fee invoice
The invoice number for the Network Locum service fee invoice will have a unique invoice number in the top right hand corner that starts with 'IMP' and below it there will be a 'reference'. This will have the month of the service fee the sessions are for.
What is the Network Locum service fee invoice for?
The Network Locum service fee is paid to Network Locum once a GP has completed a session. The service fee is 15% of the hourly rate that is set by you and the total cost of the job was displayed to you when you were creating the session.
I don't understand something on the service fee invoice
You can find out what month the service fee invoice is for under 'Reference'. You can also find out which job number and date the service fee is for in the 'Description'
Quantity: This is the number of hours completed by the doctor
Unit Price: This is the total of 15% of the hourly rate
VAT: The Network Locum service is not VAT exempt, however GP services are VAT exempt
If there are errors with your service fee invoice or you would like to discuss this further, please email email@example.com with the invoice number and the query and they will investigate this for you.