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Natmed Medical Defence (Pty) Ltd

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FSP No.: 21144
Tel: 0860 NATMED (628633)
Address:
29 Sixth Street
Parkhurst
2193
Postbox:
PO Box 786405
Sandton
2146
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Natmed Medical Defence has been arranging and creating medical malpractice products in South Africa for over 18 years.
 
As a specialised and a leading local organiser of medical malpractice insurance, we are able to protect private medical facilities and practitioners alike.
 
Natmed strives to secure affordable indemnity cover, for all specialists and especially for obstetricians, gynaecologists and neurosurgeons, who all benefit from our advance practice and performance management support.
 
This includes ease of access, unique online and 24/7 service delivery. We are distinguished by our vast knowledge base, personal & online efficiency, and legal prowess, our reliance on top, experienced local and international specialist insurers and our commitment to our clients.
 
From 01 April 2018 DONALD DINNIE joined Natmed group of Companies as the Group CEO. Donald has a long association with Natmed as its lead external legal counsel. He joined Natmed from the renowned global legal firm Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa where he was CEO and previously Head of their Disputes Practice. Besides immediate access to our internal legal team, which now benefits from Donald’s extensive experience in Insurance and Medical Malpractice law and the Insurance and Medical industries, litigation is handled by experienced attorneys at leading South African law firms, to ensure that our medical practitioners and hospitals always have timeous and effective legal assistance in the event of a claim, or complaint or any issues with professional bodies.
 
Doctors can request insurance quotations at www.Natmed.mobi, where premiums are calculated by the insurer for each individual and tailored to them and their practice. The policy provides, on application, a free extended reporting period subject to terms and conditions, for an initial period of three years. Doctors can thereafter extend this cover annually on application (subject to prevailing underwriting criteria and premium payment).
 
As the most specialised medical malpractice insurance brokerage in South Africa, we have dedicated the past 18 years to developing and refining the medical malpractice products obtained by Natmed Medical Defence from various leading insurers. We are relentless in our drive to improve the industry for the benefit of all.
 
In this respect, we are more than a brokerage.  We develop programmes designed to actively influence positive behaviour in the industry, which assists in managing the costs of malpractice premiums and of medical schemes, effectively limiting cost inflation whilst backing up this work with meaningful support and educational programmes for medical practitioners and facilities alike.
 
For more information go to www.MedicalDefence.mobi.
 
Natmed Medical Defence (Pty) Ltd is an authorised financial services provider.

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Natmed is proud to announce the release of the Second Edition of Natmed’s Medical Defence Review. This unique publication contains a review of case law and other developments in the medical malpractice industry and is an essential tool in keeping healthcare ...
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29 Aug 18 | Read More »
        Aneesa Bodiat, Head of Legal  Natmed Medical Defence (Pty) Ltd           The number of medical malpractice claims in South Africa is rising at an alarming rate, and along with this trend is the ...
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28 Aug 18 | Read More »
        Aneesa Bodiat*, Head of Legal  Natmed Medical Defence (Pty) Ltd           Doctors should be wary of afternoons, because this is when most medical mistakes happen. Bestselling author Daniel ...
Icon Natmed Medical Defence Releases the First Issue of their Medical Defence Review
24 Aug 18 | Read More »
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20 Aug 18 | Read More »
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