In order to answer this question properly, we need to look at various clauses in your medical malpractice policy wording. Please have a copy of the policy wording document and the master policy schedule to refer to while you read this response.
So you are covered overseas, always subject to all the other terms and conditions of the policy being met, and so long as you are rendering services which fall within your scope of practice- i.e. you will not be covered if you go overseas and start rendering services as a book-keeper or any other profession not covered under your Association/Society’s policy.
If you render services overseas from time to time, we would recommend that you take one of the higher limits of indemnity available as the lower limits could leave you under insured. You need to maintain your cover at the higher limit not only when you render the services but for some years thereafter until the any potential claimants claim prescribes.
We hope that you found this response useful. Please feel free to write to us if you have any other questions regarding your cover at firstname.lastname@example.org.