Free insurance protection for medical students
Insurance cover for healthcare businesses and group insurance for doctors
Free insurance protection for interns
Professional indemnity cover for healthcare businesses, group arrangements and individual doctor cover
Doctors in Training
Insurance for Junior Medical Officers, Doctors in Training, GP Registrars
Protection for eligible privately practising midwives
Insurance for GPs & specialists, Staff Specialists, Career Medical Officers, New Fellows, Overseas Trained Doctors
Medico-legal Services & Support
Legal support, claims management & 24 hour emergency support
Medical Student Elective Grants & Doctor in Training Grants
Support & resources to help you reduce your risks in practise
Risk Management Program
Diverse and interesting activities that help reduce your day to day risk
Helping you prioritise and manage your own health
Find out what you need to do, before you do it
MIGA Qantas Rewards Program
Earn Qantas Points on your insurance with MIGA
MIGA Plus Business Insurance
Protection against the day-to-day risks of running your business, including business interruption, burglary and public liability
‘Always’ captures our commitment to reliability, professionalism and being available to our clients
Managing MIGA’s operations and charting a course for the future
Our talented and committed staff who deliver real value and support to our clients
Easy access to publications including Annual Reports, MIGA Bulletins and Policy Documents
Careers with MIGA
You too could join our team of passionate staff
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