Do I need to update my Indemnity Insurance if I’m moving from a hospital role to general practice?

In short- yes. Hospital doctors have a different indemnity insurance to General practitioners. As a result, when they move to a general practice setting they will need to update their indemnity insurance. 

Different insurers have different policies surrounding this move, so make sure you check with them before making any big changes. 

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