Medical Protection Society


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Medical Protection Society

A UK-based body which is the world’s largest indemnifier of healthcare professionals, which provides protection for doctors, dentists and others throughout their careers, helping with clinical negligence claims, complaints, legal and ethical dilemmas and disciplinary procedures.
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The Medical Protection Society said the survey shows that junior doctors need more support to fulfil their potential.
A statement from the Medical Protection Society on behalf of Dr Nabil Naroz said: "The General Medical Council (GMC), the regulatory body for doctors in the UK has made no finding against Dr Nabil Naroz and the case has been discontinued.
In a statement issued through the Medical Protection Society, which represents doctors, after the hearing, Dr Subramanian said: "I would like to again express my sympathy and sincere condolences to the Darker family.
1] The annual premium charged by the Medical Protection Society for malpractice cover has increased three-fold between 2008 and 2013, with neurosurgery now classified as 'super high risk'.
She added: "It is to be hoped both the Medical Protection Society and the Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust will learn lessons from this tragic case.
Richard Stacey, medico-legal adviser at the Medical Protection Society, said: "Calls from GPs concerned about separated parents having access to children's records are now among our most common.
Ciara Branigan, spokesman for the Medical Protection Society, said: "I can confirm this, but these enquiries are part of the investigations that Dr Mattu's legal representatives are making into all the aspects of his case.
The Medical Protection Society, which is acting for Dr Naroz, last night said it was unable to comment before the case.
David Pannick QC told the Court of Appeal that his clients, the Medical Protection Society, did not fit into any of the categories that can be taken to an industrial tribunal for alleged race discrimination.
Doctors withdrew their support following advice from the Medical Defence Union and the Medical Protection Society.
The Medical Protection Society gave the go-ahead for GPs to make diagnoses by e-mail last week.

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