PROTECTING NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS

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NCMIC’s Naturopathic Malpractice Insurance Plan ...

Taking care of you, so you can take care of your patients.

  • 70 years of experience in healthcare malpractice insurance
  • Claims advice hotline
  • Defense costs paid outside policy limits
  • Network of attorneys specializing in healthcare malpractice

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NCMIC is proud to bring Naturopathic Physicians like you a wide variety of products and services to help protect and grow your practice.

Malpractice Insurance

MALPRACTICE INSURANCE

Protect your career, reputation and finances with malpractice insurance from a company you can trust.

Financial Products & Insurance Services

Financial products &
Insurance services

We offer products and services designed to help you meet the needs of your practice and family.

Risk Management

Risk Management

Valuable resources to help you avoid malpractice allegations and claims.

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NCMIC ... A company you can trust

NCMIC is proud to serve Naturopathic Physicians. We believe in your profession and want to help you succeed. We strive to bring you the best insurance protection available, so you can protect everything you've worked so hard to build.

Any insurance you choose is only as good as the company behind the plan. You can't go wrong with NCMIC ... one of the most highly respected and financially secure specialty malpractice insurance companies in the nation. In fact, industry analyst A.M. Best has consistently awarded NCMIC an "A" (Excellent) rating for financial stability and claims-paying ability.

We're ready to take care of you, so you can take care of your patients.

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A.M. Best ratings range from A++ to S. For more information, visit www.ambest.com.

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