About this Solicitation 

The SCMMA is organized as a nonprofit corporation established under South Carolina law for the purpose of assuring the availability of medical malpractice insurance and other professional liability coverage to licensed South Carolina health care providers on a self-supporting basis. The Association provides medical malpractice insurance coverage in South Carolina to those health care providers that cannot find coverage in the voluntary or private market.
This solicitation is being conducted in accordance with Section 38-79-300 which provides the Board shall with the consent and consultation of the Director … select a person or firm for the administration and management of the Association using a competitive bidding process. As such, this solicitation is not subject to the S.C. Consolidated Procurement Code.

Proposal Notice No.: SCMMA 2021-001

Release Date: April 1, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.
Submit Proposals by: May 3, 2021 at 4:30 p.m.
Proposal Opening Date: May 4, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.
PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED SHOWING THE PROPOSAL NUMBER REFERENCED ABOVE.
o Exhibits
- Scope of Services (attached to RFP)
- Historical Financial & Loss Information*
- Nondisclosure Agreement (attached to RFP)
* This information will be provided to bidders who attend the mandatory Pre-Bid Conference.

 Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference: April 19, 2021

Proposals were submitted by the following entities: Antum Risk, Marsh USA, and Napa River Insurance Services.

South Carolina Medical Malpractice Medical Association 

• Contact Numbers:
       Local: 864-240-5449
       Toll-free: 866-893-6270
       Fax: 864-240-2750
• S.C. Code Ann. Section 38-79-110 et seq

Former South Carolina Medical Malpractice JUA
• Historical Information

Former South Carolina Patients’ Compensation Fund
• Historical Information on the South Carolina Patients’ Compensation Fund-

Tort Reform Reports
(General Information about the SC Medical Malpractice Insurance Market)

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