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Locum Indemnity Insurance

Indemnity insurance is an important requirement of compliance. Scroll our list of insurance providers below.

Doctors


A doctor must have adequate and appropriate insurance or indemnity in place when they start to practise medicine in the UK. Under the law, a doctor must have cover against liabilities that may be incurred in practising medicine having regard to the nature and extent of the risks.

MPS

Join the world’s leading medical defence organisation and get more than just the best possible defence.</p><p>We understand the ever changing challenges you face as a medical professional and can adapt our services to your needs. Whatever the stage in your career we can provide...


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MPRS

We maintain that doctors and patients should have the reassurance of a contractual guarantee of indemnity for clinical negligence claims, which only an Insurance policy can offer.


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Nurses


Nurses Professional Indemnity Insurance provides medical defence indemnity for professional negligence claims, or allegations of malpractice, received against a nurse in the course of their professional duties

iSync

Whether you are an advanced nurse with your own limited company, or a self-employed agency nurse, we can offer a cost effective solution which meets your legal obligations set out by the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC).


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RCN

Information about our indemnity scheme including our most commonly asked questions. The scheme may cover you against the financial consequences of a claim against you for clinical negligence.


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Pharmacists


As a condition of your registration you are required to have a professional indemnity arrangement in place before you start to practise.

NPA

Protect you and your reputation - professional indemnity insurance for locum pharmacists.


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PDA

The PDA is not in any way linked to an employer representative organisation. It will only act with the interests of individual employee or locum pharmacists in mind and it is not in any way conflicted by employers’ interests.


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