MedPro Group Announces Acquisition of Leading UK Provider of Contractual Medical Indemnity Insurance

October 3, 2017 by matray

Berkshire Hathaway International Insurance Limited (BHIIL) and MedPro Group Inc. (MedPro) announced today the addition of Premium Medical Protection Ltd. (PMP) to the Berkshire Hathaway group of healthcare liability companies. BHIIL, MedPro and PMP have been working together since 2014 to deliver contractual medical indemnity insurance as well as patient safety and risk management solutions to private practice consultants and surgeons in the United Kingdom. Subject to regulatory approvals, this transaction is expected to close by year-end. “PMP was created nearly a decade ago to provide UK consultants and surgeons with the best contractual medical indemnity insurance and patient safety solutions available,” said Juliet Bentley, PMP’s founder and CEO. “Our combination of top customer service, winning defense and leading contractual insurance protections have resulted in delighted customers and sustained PMP growth. Joining BHIIL/MedPro Group in the Berkshire Hathaway group of companies offering healthcare liability solutions continues our mission and allows us to further expand our capabilities and services to even more healthcare providers throughout the UK.” With offices in Leamington Spa, Glasgow and London, PMP and its BHIIL/MedPro partners serve nearly 2,000 private practice consultants and surgeons throughout the UK. Ms. Bentley will remain as president, and its employees and operations will continue as is. “We are delighted to be able to work even more closely with PMP, and – with this acquisition – further highlight and strengthen the Group’s commitment to the UK medical malpractice market,” said John Bartlett, BHIIL/MedPro International vice president. “The Group will be a great home for PMP and its dedicated employees.”

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