Regulations published on 30 August 2010 under the Health Professions Act require private health practitioners practising for their own account to obtain professional indemnity insurance. The insurance must be obtained from an insurer registered under the Short-term Insurance Act.
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SHACKLETON arranges insurance cover from competent and reputable medical malpractice insurers. We have sourced appropriate and applicable cover from international and distinguished insurers. We understand our professional’s business and insurance needs allowing us to obtain the most competitive prices and personalized cover for you.
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