Membership information 1800 509 441
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Join MPS

Intern renewal application form
Information for applicants
Payment instructions
Please post your completed form to:

Membership Service Centre
Medical Protection Society
Victoria House
2 Victoria Place
Leeds
LS11 5AE
United Kingdom

Alternatively, fax or scan and email your application to:

Please ensure you have read the information sheet for applicants before applying for membership. Also please send the completed payment instruction form with your application. No payment will be processed until your application has been approved.
  

Contacts

For more information on joining MPS please contact:

  • The Medical Protection Society
    Victoria House
    2 Victoria Place
    Leeds
    LS11 5AE
    UK
      
  • Freephone 1800 509 441 (calls to Membership Services may be recorded for monitoring and training purposes) or +44 113 243 6436
      
  • Fax: +44 113 241 0500
      
  • Emailmember.help@medicalprotection.org  
        

Please note the following important points:

  1. As part of our normal process, we may approach your previous indemnity or insurance organisation for your claims history. This process will take a minimum of 15 working days.
  2. Failure to disclose full and accurate details about your previous history, practice and income may invalidate your membership which means you are not entitled to any advice or assistance from MPS.
  3. When completing the "Previous history" section on the second page of the application form you must account for any gaps in your indemnity or insurance history from your date of graduation.
  4. If you have had professional indemnity or insurance (other than from MPS) for any practice outside the United Kingdom you must obtain your case history to submit with this application.
  5. We will not assist with any matter that pre-dates your MPS membership.
  6. If you are leaving a claims made insurance contract, please ensure you have notified your previous provider of any adverse incident of which you are aware, that could become a claim. You should also check with the provider whether any closing payment is required.