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Important information about Medical Protection in Singapore
We are always keen to hear from members and are happy to answer questions that you may have about MPS - whether these are about the products and service we offer, our plans in Singapore or anything else that you are unsure about.

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If you have a question that isn't answered on here, then please email us at priority@medicalprotection.org and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Your questions answered

  • MOHH has decided to change the indemnity provider for public hospital employees. What does this mean?
  • When will the change come into effect?
  • Who will be affected?
  • Does this change MPS’s commitment to Singapore?
  • I’m a privately practising doctor. Does this change affect me?
  • Will MPS continue to offer education workshops and training in Singapore?
  • I am a public healthcare sector employee - what happens if I have an existing case or claim?
  • I am a public hospital employee, what does this mean for me?
  • I am a public healthcare sector employee and currently have occurrence-based indemnity with MPS. After the change to the new arrangement, will I be protected for complaints and claims that haven’t yet been reported?
  • I am a senior medical practitioner practising in the public healthcare sector, who is looking to retire shortly. What does this mean for me?
  • I am a public healthcare sector employee - can I continue my MPS membership?
  • Can I purchase extended reporting benefits (ERBs) to cover my whole retirement?
  • What will the cost of this new option be?
  • Why are you able to offer this now? Why not before?
  • Why are other providers able to offer similar reporting arrangements at a cheaper price or for free, after a qualifying period?
  • Why are other providers able to offer similar reporting arrangements at a cheaper price or for free, after a qualifying period