GPST3 Renewal

Renew your professional indemnity cover

Time to renew your professional indemnity cover
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 MDDUS is proud to be your professional indemnity provider - we have been there for you throughout your GP training. As you prepare for your first GP post, it's time to renew your membership in just a few easy clicks. 

Exclusive savings
As a trainee, employed by HE East of England and completing your GPST training in 2018, you can make a big saving on your occurrence based indemnity for your first year in practice with rates we have designed exclusively for you; including the opportunity to work 3 out of hour sessions at no supplementary charge.

25% discount on our standard GP rate

Partnership with RCGP

In addition the MDDUS has partnered with the RCGP

to offer indemnity & RCGP membership for newly qualified GPs.

Should you be a member of the College we will deduct

the following amounts from your subscription rate

in-order that you can offset this against your College fee, 75%:-

Earning < £11,500:  £90   
Earning £11,501-£45,000:  £188   
Earning £45,000>:  GP 1st year:  £307 
  GP 2-5th year:  £382 per year 
Staying is simple

Renewal Quote
As an existing member there is no application form to complete, just click on the link below and tell us a few basic details, including how many sessions you anticipate undertaking each week and we will give you a quick quote.

Confirm your membership details
To proceed simply enter the required payment details (remember, your Trust paid your subscriptions directly throughout your training but arranging your professional indemnity cover is now your responsibility) and you will receive confirmation of your membership.
Get my renewal quote

Contact your local representative, Wayne Mayhew, on 07964 532282

I have a question

The Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland. Registered in Scotland No 5093 at Mackintosh House, 120 Blythswood Street, Glasgow G2 4EA. 

The MDDUS is not an insurance company. All the benefits of membership of MDDUS are discretionary  as set out in the Articles of Association.