We're testing some new functionality, so the website might not be quite right today. Contact us if you can't find what you're after. If you are unable, through illness, to work in your present job and your condition is permanent, you may be able to retire early and take your pension benefits without actuarial reduction. This is known as a tier 1 lower tier award. If, in addition to the above, you are unable to do any regular employment of a similar duration to your current duties you may be able to retire early and take your pension benefits without actuarial reduction and with enhancement.
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This should be done approximately 4 to 6 months before the intended retirement date to enable PCSE to process the application, and to allow enough time for NHS Pensions to make the necessary payment arrangements.
Only original or certified copies of original documents are acceptable. Please ask your practice manager or another GP to sign a copy to say they have seen the original. It is important that the member completes these parts including any relevant National Insurance numbers. Guidance notes for members are included at the back of AW8 form. To be considered for Ill health retirement, you should download and complete the AW33E form which can be downloaded here.
If you qualify for ill health retirement benefits you must complete form AW8, which can be downloaded from the NHS Pensions website here to request payment of these benefits.
Retirement, death in service, Ill health retirement. What do I need to do to be considered for Ill health retirement? Guidance regarding Ill health retirement is available on the AW33E form. What do I need to do if I qualify for ill health retirement benefits? How do I apply for 24 hour retirement?
Select Performers Lists as the subject enquiry type when submitting and state that the reason for the application is due to 24 hour retirement.
Retirement, death in service, Ill health retirement
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