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medicSA magazine

As the official publication of the Australian Medical Association (South Australia) Inc, medicSA provides an excellent medium to communicate with the medical profession in South Australia.

A high-quality colour magazine, it is published and distributed six times a year, and has been a valued source of information and entertainment for South Australian doctors for over 20 years.

With articles written by doctors, for doctors, and content guided by an Editorial Committee of medical practitioners, medicSA contains a successful mix of material catering to the interests of the whole profession – general practitioners, specialists, urban and rural doctors, senior doctors, young doctors and medical students. It is also read by practice managers, medical practice administration staff, and general practice nurses.

Through advertising in medicSA, a range of companies and organizations are able to reach this attractive and highly-targeted demographic. The fact that a significant number of medical practices and individual practitioners turn to medicSA in order to communicate with the profession is testament to its influence and value. 

Twice a year (June and November/December), special 'bumper' issues are sent to both members and non-member practitioners in South Australia.

medicSA accepts a range of display and classified advertising, and loose leaf inserts. The amount of advertising in medicSA is capped, so your advertisement is bound to stand out. To find out more about advertising in medicSA, including advertising rates for display advertisments, and booking and artwork deadlines, click on the relevant link below.

To book a classified advertisment in medicSA, simply download and fill out the Classified Advertising Booking Form available for download below and fax, post or email it to us. To find out more, simply call the AMA(SA) on (08) 8361 0101 or email

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