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TMLT offers malpractice insurance at no cost to retired physicians who volunteer during the COVID-19 crisis

Texas Medical Liability Trust (TMLT) will now offer insurance coverage at no cost to retired Texas physicians who resume practicing medicine during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

This medical professional liability coverage will be offered without premium to any Texas physician working on a volunteer basis and in direct response to a governmentally declared emergency order regarding the COVID-19 crisis.

Details of the coverage include:

  1. Coverage will be offered to retired physicians working on a non-paid, volunteer basis only.
  2. All retired Texas physicians are eligible, whether they have been TMLT policyholders or not.
  3. Membership in the Texas Medical Association is not required.

Physicians can apply for coverage by downloading and completing an online form and returning it to TMLT.

You can also call TMLT’s underwriting department at 800-580-8658 or 512-425-5800 or email at to apply or learn more.

From Robert Donohoe, president and CEO of TMLT:

“To offer additional support to Texas physicians and the public, TMLT is offering medical liability coverage, at no cost, to retired physicians who come back to work and help their colleagues during the COVID-19 emergency. It is our job to assist physicians in any way possible as this crisis continues to intensify.”

About TMLT
The largest medical liability insurance provider in Texas, TMLT serves more than 20,000 health care professionals. Rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company, TMLT is the only medical professional liability insurance provider exclusively endorsed by the Texas Medical Association.

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