Band 7 jobs include specialist Nurses, Lead Nurses, Ward Managers and Senior Radiographers. Examples of non clinical Band 7 roles in the NHS include; Senior Accountants, Delivery Managers, Advanced Data Analysts, Business Intelligence Developers and Project Leads. There are many more clinical and non-clinical Band 7 roles in the NHS. We also have net pay calculations for a part time Band 7.

From 1st April 2023 (with the 5% NHS pay rise offered), the annual salary for a Band 7 on the 1st pay point will be £43,741. This is £3,645.08 a month before deductions. A person on this NHS pay point will pay £311.65 a month of National Insurance, £357.22 a month NHS Pension contributions and £448.07 a month Tax. This makes their net (take home) pay ** £2,528.14 **a month.

The5% NHS pay risehas increased this pay point from £41,659 to £43,741 a year. This is a total increase of £2,082 a year (£0,174 a month). From 1st April 2023 the new NHS net take home pay will be £2,528 a month (£104.36 more due to the NHS 5% pay rise).

Amount in pounds (£) | |
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Yearly Salary | £43,741 |

Monthly Gross Salary | £3,645.08 |

Pension from Oct '22 | £357.22 |

National Insurance Deduction | £311.65 |

Tax Deduction | £448.07 |

Monthly Net Pay after all deductions | £2,528.14 |

This is based on 9.8% pension rate because earnings are higher than £29,180 and lower than £43,805.99 a year. The Income Tax rate is 20% for any earnings between £12,570. and £50,270 a year. The National Insurance (NI) rate is 12% for earnings between £1,048.01 and £4,189 a month.

The percentage of NHS net pay received (take home pay) compared to the entire salary is 69%. This means (overall) that for every £1 earned, .69 pence is kept and .31 pence is deducted.

If a person on this band was promoted (or went up) from a Band 7 on the 1st pay point to a Band 7 on the 2nd pay point they would earn an extra £106.92 a month after all deductions (and £187.92 altogether).

From 1st April 2023 (with the 5% NHS pay rise offered), the annual salary for a Band 7 on the 2nd pay point will be £45,996. This is £3,833.00 a month before deductions. A person on this NHS pay point will pay £334.20 a month of National Insurance, £383.30 a month NHS Pension contributions and £480.44 a month Tax. This makes their net (take home) pay ** £2,635.06 **a month.

The5% NHS pay risehas increased this pay point from £43,806 to £45,996 a year. This is a total increase of £2,190 a year (£0,183 a month). From 1st April 2023 the new NHS net take home pay will be £2,635 a month (£109.48 more due to the NHS 5% pay rise).

Amount in pounds (£) | |
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Yearly Salary | £45,996 |

Monthly Gross Salary | £3,833.00 |

Pension from Oct '22 | £383.30 |

National Insurance Deduction | £334.20 |

Tax Deduction | £480.44 |

Monthly Net Pay after all deductions | £2,635.06 |

This is based on 10.0% pension rate because earnings are higher than £43,806 and lower than £49,245.99 a year. The Income Tax rate is 20% for any earnings between £12,570. and £50,270 a year. The National Insurance (NI) rate is 12% for earnings between £1,048.01 and £4,189 a month.

The percentage of NHS net pay received (take home pay) compared to the entire salary is 69%. This means (overall) that for every £1 earned, .69 pence is kept and .31 pence is deducted.

If a person on this band was promoted (or went up) from a Band 7 on the 2nd pay point to a Band 7 on the 3rd & final pay point they would earn an extra £149.56 a month after all deductions (and £338.25 altogether).

From 1st April 2023 (with the 5% NHS pay rise offered), the annual salary for a Band 7 on the 3rd & final pay point will be £50,055. This is £4,171.25 a month before deductions. A person on this NHS pay point will pay £374.79 a month of National Insurance, £483.87 a month NHS Pension contributions and £527.98 a month Tax. This makes their net (take home) pay ** £2,784.62 **a month.

The5% NHS pay risehas increased this pay point from £47,672 to £50,055 a year. This is a total increase of £2,383 a year (£0,199 a month). From 1st April 2023 the new NHS net take home pay will be £2,785 a month (£65.69 more due to the NHS 5% pay rise).

Amount in pounds (£) | |
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Yearly Salary | £50,055 |

Monthly Gross Salary | £4,171.25 |

Pension from Oct '22 | £483.87 |

National Insurance Deduction | £374.79 |

Tax Deduction | £527.98 |

Monthly Net Pay after all deductions | £2,784.62 |

This is based on 11.6% pension rate because earnings are higher than £49,246 and lower than £56,163.99 a year. The Income Tax rate is 20% for any earnings between £12,570. and £50,270 a year. The National Insurance (NI) rate is 12% for earnings between £1,048.01 and £4,189 a month.

The percentage of NHS net pay received (take home pay) compared to the entire salary is 67%. This means (overall) that for every £1 earned, .67 pence is kept and .33 pence is deducted.

If a person on this band was promoted (or went up) from a Band 7 on the 3rd & final pay point to a Band 8A on the 1st pay point they would earn an extra £136.73 a month after all deductions (and £74.75 altogether).

Tax is calculated after Pension contributions have been taken away. This means that someone may not earn enough (after pension contributions have been taken away) to be in the 20%, 40% or 45% tax bracket

All calculations are based on the 2023/2024 NHS Pension, National Insurance and Income Tax rates. These calcualtions have not been verified by the NHS and may be a few pennies out. The above is just to serve as a guide for NHS workers.