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MPS strongly committed to Singapore

15 December 2016

You may be aware that Ministry of Health Holdings (MOHH) has decided to introduce a new scheme for the provision of indemnity for public healthcare sector professionals.

We were disappointed to learn that they have selected an alternative provider to MPS for this scheme.

This change will not affect members working in private practice.

Members working in the public healthcare sector will have their indemnity covered by the new arrangements being put in place by MOHH, and we will ensure that the transition to the new arrangement is as smooth a process as possible for those members who are impacted. If you work in the public healthcare sector and wish to continue your individual membership with MPS, in addition to the new MOHH arrangement, you are welcome to do so

The introduction of the new scheme in no way changes our commitment to Singapore, which remains as strong as ever. For over 40 years we have been proud to provide membership to healthcare professionals and we will continue to offer the same high quality service that we always have.

We have a number of great things in store for the year ahead, the most exciting of which is the creation of a regional office in South East Asia. At the moment this is in the early stages of planning, but we will release more information shortly.

Please click here if you would like information on the many benefits that membership provides.

Public healthcare sector members will move to the new provider as their current MPS membership expires in 2017.  We are working with the company MOHH have instructed to understand how the transition to the new scheme will take place, and we will be in touch with you again soon with further information.

We understand that you may have questions, and so we have created a series of Frequently Asked Questions to help address these.

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Sincere thanks for your continued support.

Simon Kayll
Chief Executive