This page contains information for Anguilla, Dominica, Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, St Vincent and the Grenadines.
Your guide to MPS subscription rates, how you can pay your membership subscription, the benefits of membership, and how to contact us for medicolegal assistance or with membership enquiries.
Paying your membership subscription
For information on our membership subscriptions please call +44 113 241 0727 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can pay online
by Visa or MasterCard. The first time you pay online you will need to register
. This only takes a few minutes.
Payment can be made by Visa or Mastercard, by calling our International Member Services team on +44 113 241 0727
between the hours of 8.00am and 6.30pm Monday to Friday (GMT). Calls to Member Services may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes. The cardholder must be present.
Payment by credit card will be taken in US$ or GB£. Before making payment, please check with your card issuer for any charges which might be incurred.
Card details should not be sent via email or fax.
Cheque or banker's draft
Cheques should be made payable to the Medical Protection Society Limited in United States Dollars or the Sterling equivalent. Cheques and drafts should be sent to:
Membership Services (Caribbean and Bermuda)
Medical Protection Society
2 Victoria Place
You can also pay by Visa or Mastercard by calling +44 113 241 0727
or by faxing your card details to our secure fax line on +44 113 241 0711. For security reasons, please do not send your card details by post or email.
If you would prefer to pay by any other method, please contact our Membership Services team to discuss your requirements.
From the point members renew their membership on or after 1 October 2013, the maximum amount that MPS will indemnify for each claim will be US$3 million. This is subject to the discretion of MPS’s elected Council.
Benefits of MPS membership
Whether you work in a government hospital or in private practice you can apply to MPS for assistance for any problem that you may encounter in your professional work.
For example: medicolegal advice, coroners’ inquests, Good Samaritan acts, complaints, medical council proceedings, criminal matters arising from medical practice (eg. gross negligence manslaughter), ethical matters, and press and media enquiries. Don’t forget that we are here to help.
Contacting MPS for medicolegal advice or assistance
For medicolegal advice, please contact Dr Jonathan Bernstein, our lead for medical services in the Caribbean and Bermuda.
Medical Protection believe in always giving you the best advice. To help us do this we may monitor and record our calls for training and quality purposes. Please remember to protect your patient’s privacy by not revealing their identity during the call or in email correspondence unless we specifically ask.
+44 113 243 6436 (Our 24-hour helpline. We can always call you back.)
Alternatively, please write to:
Dr Jonathan Bernstein
Medical Protection Society
33 Cavendish Square
Email Dr Bernstein
Contacting MPS regarding your membership
If you have any queries about your membership or subscription, please contact Membership Services
+44 113 241 0727