The table below lists the NHS Band, salary, gross and net hourly rates (amount per hour). Please note that these calculations are based on the **3% NHS Pay Rise awarded in 21/22**.

Calculations have been updated to reflect the additional 2022/23 National Insurance contributions. Net pay is less this year (2022/23) because everyone has to pay 1.25% more National Insurance from the 1st April 2023.

NHS Pay Band (paypoint) | + 3% Payrise (Awarded in 21/22) | Total Per Hour (& Net) |
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Band 2 (1st) | £18,546 | £9.49 (£7.86) |

Band 2 (2nd & final) | £19,918 | £10.19 (£8.30) |

Band 3 (1st) | £20,330 | £10.40 (£8.43) |

Band 3 (2nd & final) | £21,777 | £11.14 (£8.76) |

Band 4 (1st) | £22,549 | £11.53 (£9.00) |

Band 4 (2nd & final) | £24,882 | £12.73 (£9.73) |

Band 5 (1st) | £25,655 | £13.12 (£9.97) |

Band 5 (2nd) | £27,780 | £14.21 (£10.38) |

Band 5 (2nd & final) | £31,534 | £16.13 (£11.52) |

Band 6 (1st) | £32,306 | £16.52 (£11.76) |

Band 6 (2nd) | £34,172 | £17.48 (£12.32) |

Band 6 (3rd & final) | £39,027 | £19.96 (£13.80) |

Band 7 (1st) | £40,057 | £20.49 (£14.11) |

Band 7 (2nd) | £42,121 | £21.55 (£14.73) |

Band 7 (3rd & final) | £45,839 | £23.45 (£15.86) |

Band 8A (1st) | £47,126 | £24.11 (£16.25) |

Band 8A (2nd & final) | £53,219 | £27.22 (£17.93) |

Band 8B (1st) | £54,764 | £28.01 (£18.32) |

Band 8B (2nd & final) | £63,862 | £32.67 (£20.61) |

Band 8C (1st) | £65,664 | £33.59 (£21.07) |

Band 8C (2nd & final) | £75,874 | £38.81 (£23.41) |

Band 8D (1st) | £78,192 | £40.00 (£23.98) |

Band 8D (2nd & final) | £90,387 | £46.23 (£27.02) |

Band 9 (1st) | £93,735 | £47.95 (£27.85) |

Band 9 (2nd & final) | £108,075 | £55.28 (£31.42) |

Deputy Chief Executive Officer (lowest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £110,725 | £56.64 (£32.08) |

Director of Finance (lowest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £112,270 | £57.43 (£32.12) |

Corporate Affairs/Governance Director (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £121,025 | £61.91 (£34.27) |

Medical Director (lowest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £138,020 | £70.60 (£38.45) |

Chief Executive (lowest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £145,230 | £74.29 (£40.22) |

Director of Facilities/Estates (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £149,350 | £76.39 (£41.23) |

Director of HR/Workforce (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £149,350 | £76.39 (£41.23) |

Nursing Director (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £162,225 | £82.98 (£44.69) |

Strategy and Planning Director (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £166,860 | £85.35 (£45.73) |

Director of Finance (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £195,700 | £100.10 (£52.18) |

Chief Operating Officer (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £203,940 | £104.32 (£54.03) |

Deputy Chief Executive Officer (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £206,000 | £105.37 (£54.49) |

Medical Director (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £236,900 | £121.18 (£61.41) |

Chief Executive (highest paid) (Very Senior Manager) | £275,525 | £140.93 (£70.06) |

The net hourly rate in 2022/23 is less than 2021/22 because of the additional National Insurance payments. The NI rate is 1.25% higher in 2022/23 compared to 2022/23.

A ** Band 2 ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £18,546. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £9.49 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£7.86**. This is a net difference of £0.14 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 2 ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £19,918. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £10.19 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£8.30**. This is a net difference of £0.14 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 2 page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 3 ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £20,330. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £10.40 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£8.43**. This is a net difference of £0.14 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 3 ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £21,777. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £11.14 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£8.76**. This is a net difference of £-0.02 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

The NHS Band 3 page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 4 ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £22,549. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £11.53 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£9.00**. This is a net difference of £0.14 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 4 ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £24,882. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £12.73 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£9.73**. This is a net difference of £0.15 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 4 page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 5 ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £25,655. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £13.12 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£9.97**. This is a net difference of £0.15 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 5 ** on the 2nd pay point has an annual salary of £27,780. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £14.21 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£10.38**. This is a net difference of £0.15 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 5 ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £31,534. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £16.13 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£11.52**. This is a net difference of £0.16 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 5 page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 6 ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £32,306. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £16.52 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£11.76**. This is a net difference of £0.16 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 6 ** on the 2nd pay point has an annual salary of £34,172. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £17.48 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£12.32**. This is a net difference of £0.16 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 6 ** on the 3rd & final pay point has an annual salary of £39,027. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £19.96 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£13.80**. This is a net difference of £0.17 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 6 page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 7 ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £40,057. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £20.49 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£14.11**. This is a net difference of £0.18 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 7 ** on the 2nd pay point has an annual salary of £42,121. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £21.55 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£14.73**. This is a net difference of £0.18 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 7 ** on the 3rd & final pay point has an annual salary of £45,839. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £23.45 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£15.86**. This is a net difference of £0.19 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 7 page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 8A ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £47,126. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £24.11 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£16.25**. This is a net difference of £0.19 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 8A ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £53,219. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £27.22 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£17.93**. This is a net difference of £0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 8A page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 8B ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £54,764. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £28.01 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£18.32**. This is a net difference of £0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 8B ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £63,862. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £32.67 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£20.61**. This is a net difference of £0.11 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 8B page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 8C ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £65,664. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £33.59 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£21.07**. This is a net difference of £0.11 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 8C ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £75,874. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £38.81 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£23.41**. This is a net difference of £0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 8C page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 8D ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £78,192. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £40.00 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£23.98**. This is a net difference of £0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 8D ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £90,387. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £46.23 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£27.02**. This is a net difference of £0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 8D page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Band 9 ** on the 1st pay point has an annual salary of £93,735. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £47.95 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£27.85**. This is a net difference of £0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Band 9 ** on the 2nd & final pay point has an annual salary of £108,075. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £55.28 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£31.42**. This is a net difference of £0.11 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

The NHS Band 9 page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

A ** Deputy Chief Executive Officer (lowest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £110,725. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £56.64 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£32.08**. This is a net difference of £0.11 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Director of Finance (lowest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £112,270. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £57.43 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£32.12**. This is a net difference of £-0.47 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

A ** Corporate Affairs/Governance Director (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £121,025. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £61.91 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£34.27**. This is a net difference of £0.09 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Medical Director (lowest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £138,020. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £70.60 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£38.45**. This is a net difference of £0.09 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Chief Executive (lowest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £145,230. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £74.29 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£40.22**. This is a net difference of £0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Director of Facilities/Estates (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £149,350. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £76.39 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£41.23**. This is a net difference of £0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise.

A ** Director of HR/Workforce (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £149,350. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £76.39 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£41.23**. This is a net difference of £-0.07 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

A ** Nursing Director (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £162,225. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £82.98 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£44.69**. This is a net difference of £-0.02 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

A ** Strategy and Planning Director (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £166,860. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £85.35 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£45.73**. This is a net difference of £-0.03 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

A ** Director of Finance (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £195,700. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £100.10 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£52.18**. This is a net difference of £-0.05 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

A ** Chief Operating Officer (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £203,940. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £104.32 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£54.03**. This is a net difference of £-0.05 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

A ** Deputy Chief Executive Officer (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £206,000. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £105.37 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£54.49**. This is a net difference of £-0.05 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

A ** Medical Director (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £236,900. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £121.18 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£61.41**. This is a net difference of £-0.07 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

A ** Chief Executive (highest paid) ** on the Very Senior Manager pay point has an annual salary of £275,525. The gross (total) hourly income before deductions is £140.93 per hour. The net (take home) hourly rate is **£70.06**. This is a net difference of £-0.10 an hour compared to before the NHS payrise. **This works out at less take home pay than before the payrise!!**

The NHS Very Senior Manager page details the total amount of Tax, NI and Pension that is deducted from gross pay and what percentage is left as take home pay.

The hourly rate stated above is calculatated by dividing the total salary by 1,955 hours. The net (take home) hourly rate is calculated by dividing the total net (take home pay) in the year by 1,955 hours. All of the above calculations are based on full time hours (37.5 a week).

Please note all calculations are intended for information purposes only and should be used as a guide.