Medical Indemnity Insurance for Doctors

Medical indemnity cover for doctors is a requirement of registration in Australia. It covers you in the event of medical negligence, breaches of patient privacy, coronial enquiries, investigations or disciplinary hearings.

Experien is a broker for medical indemnity insurance and works with 4 of the 5 medical indemnity insurers in Australia.

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Practice Medical Indemnity Insurance

Medical indemnity insurance for your practice provides coverage for third party claims arising from an act, error or omission by your employees, or as a result of an organisational error that is not otherwise covered by your doctor's indemnity insurance.

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Dental Indemnity Insurance

We have partnered with a major insurer Vero (a fully owned subsidiary of the Suncorp Group) to bring our clients an extremely competitive offering for dentists and their practices.

Vero are also the largest professional Indemnity insurer in Australia.

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Professional Indemnity Insurance for Other Professionals

Experien has extensive experience in the professional indemnity industry and offer a competitive solution for other professionals.

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Picking the right Insurance can be hard, talk to an Experien adviser today to get the right insurance advice for you and your business.

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