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Impact of the postal strike

The on-going postal strike is having a significant impact on the distribution of post. As a result, MPS is endeavouring to send as much of its correspondence (e.g. membership renewal documentation) via email as possible.

Access to MPS’s publications, including editions of Casebook, Practice Matters and Junior Doctor, can be accessed here.

If you have any questions or were expecting to receive post from MPS and you have yet to receive it, please contact their Membership Helpline on 012 481 2070 or mps@samedical.org

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  • We  unite doctors across South Africa.

  • Members receive unrestricted access to information SAMA offer.

  • Representation and Industrial relations advice.

  • Private practice support, advice and coding support services.

  • Continuing Professional Development services.

  • Free subscription to the SAMA journals.

  • Free legal advice through our Human Rights, Law and Ethics unit.

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