Professionals and businesses working in the healthcare and lifestyle sectors have the unique opportunity to reach our audience of influenceable readers via a selection of advertising formats, including double, full and half page positions, together with featuring in our 'Directory of local healthcare services'.
The accessibility and shelf life of the magazine ensure advertisements are effective in returning value and engaging with a relevant readership and demograhic.
We are inviting healthcare and lifestyle experts to contribute to our magazine via features, Q&A or 'Meet the Specialist' articles that pair useful advice and information with details about themselves & their practice.
Common areas of medical concern, latest techniques & procedures, or even preventative advice form fantastic articles. Together with subtle information on your credentials and how to access services these can result in increased patient bookings and enquiries.
Feature in our new magazine
Your Health Choices Magazine provides professional insight on issues affecting health, lifestyle and wellbeing and explores healthcare treatments and services available in the local area.
Regionally produced, this free magazine is distributed to GP Surgery waiting rooms, private health clinics & health clubs within the county where you conduct your private healthcare practice.
If you are an esteemed healthcare professional looking to raise the profile of the work that you do, we welcome your contribution to the magazine & look forward to you becoming a part of this new venture.
A credible, effective & ethical way to connect with patients & promote your private services.
Become a .
Appear in our directory of services
Ensure your services are listed in our 'Health Directory' and available to those seeking them locally.
To request further information or to book your place please contact us via any of the following:
0121 354 4445
Your Health Choices Magazine is produced regionally. Below details the statistics for the East Midlands Region
East Midlands Region:
750 GP Surgery waiting rooms (patient population 4.5 million)
Private health clinics