Historically many professionals in the medical and allied health services sectors have maintained their insurances with the traditional ‘associated’ entity insurer, believing that it was best as they seemed to have some sort or involvement or industry recognition. This is fine and in all cases it has been convenient.
We have recognised over the years that many healthcare professionals in this sector tend not to pay too much attention to detail within their insurance, so we do exactly that for them. They want to know that their insurance has been handled professionally and that the whole process is seamless and transparent, with competitive premiums and comprehensive policies. Let’s face it, they have important roles and have other things more pressing than insurance.
Healthcare professionals are often time poor and many take out insurance simply because they know they need to – it’s simply the cost of doing business. Unless the right advice is offered, the cover that some insurers provide may prove inadequate which is usually only discovered at claim time – all too late at that stage. Ian Jones Insurance Brokers have strong associations with a range of insurers who specialise in the medical and allied health sector and have policies that provide exceptional protection for the practice contents, fixtures and fittings and the specialised equipment that health professional rely on.
No matter what area of the medical and allied health sector, Ian Jones Insurance Brokers offer a world of experience and knowledge when it comes the practice insurance (fire, loss of income, burglary, equipment breakdown, vaccine loss, public liability etc.) and professional indemnity/medical malpractice insurance, management liability, life, income and trauma insurance and more. We know your time is valuable so we won’t waste it and at claim time we will do much if the work to get everything sorted so you can get on with the important work you do.
If you operate (pardon the pun) in any of the following professions, contact us for an alternate quote and a comparison on what you have: