Choose from two levels of GP practice group membership.
It costs your practice nothing extra to set up a Practice Xtra group – it’s just a way of bringing all our GPs together into a single group while continuing to provide world-class defence, advice and support to them.
You can choose from two levels of benefits to reward this cooperative approach. This level depends on how many GPs there are in your practice and how many are Medical Protection members.
Gold benefits are for practices where 80% or more of GPs or GP partners are Medical Protection members (minimum 2 GP scheme members).
Silver benefits are for practices where 50% or more of GP partners are Medical Protection members (minimum 2 GP scheme members).
The number of GPs in your practice group affects the number of nurses employed by your practice that we can provide free access to indemnity for (along with the level of duties they undertake). The more GPs who are Medical Protection members, the more you benefit. Find out more about nurse membership through Practice Xtra.
Our magazine for GP partners and practice managers, Practice Matters, strives to provide an entertaining and informative read that shares important medicolegal advice and practical tips that can be used in practice.
The legislative, financial and regulatory environment that governs general practice becomes more complex by the day. We hope that Practice Matters will help you tiptoe through this minefield.
You'll notice a few things have changed on our website. After asking our members what they want in an online platform, we've made it easier to access our membership benefits and created a more personalised user experience.
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