Natmed Medical Defence releases the Second Edition of their glossary, rebranded Natmedipedia

06 December 2018 The Natmed Group

Natmed Medical Defence (Pty) Ltd, a leading South African Medical Malpractice Insurance Broker, has released the Second Edition of its Glossary of Medical Negligence and Insurance Terms, now rebranded “Natmedipedia”.

The publication is the first of its kind.

Natmed continues to draw on its history, expertise and experience within the medical malpractice industry to keep healthcare practitioners, healthcare facilities, insurers and brokers informed and updated.

Natmedipedia is best used in conjunction with Natmed’s Medical Defence Review, Natmed’s “What If” Series and Natmed’s recently released Ten Takeaways series, which are just some of its contributions to the healthcare and insurance industries.

Any comments and suggestions on other words or phrases to be considered in Natmedipedia can be sent to

To download Natmedipedia, click on the following link: Download



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