A medical practitioner’s exposure changes depending on whether they work in public and/or private practice, which state they are practising in, employment status, level of experience and what services are provided.
While you may have insurance through your employer (including insurance through state governments), it may not cover all of your day-to-day exposures.
If you would like to know more about the interplay between public and private insurance cover, click here to access our claims scenarios and key questions you should be asking your medical indemnity insurer.
An insurance broker can provide you with advice about what insurance arrangement best suits your needs.
To find out why doctors are making the switch to Tego for their medical indemnity insurance visit www.tego.com.au.
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