Haymarket publishing launches healthcarerepublic.com

New website serves the whole primary care sector

A new website serving the UK's primary healthcare sector has been launched by Haymarket Publishing.

Healthcare Republic (http://www.healthcarerepublic.com) includes dedicated sections for GPs, nurses, pharmacists and practice staff and features daily news, clinical guidance, drug records and education articles.

Key among the website's features is the archive of articles from Haymarket Medical's other titles - GP newspaper, and eMIMS, the online edition of prescribing reference guide MIMS.

In addition, the website features a job board - Healthcare Republic Jobs (http://www.healthcarerepublicjobs.com) - and a classified advertising section.

"Whether it's easy-to-access information that can be used during consultation, education and development resources or discounts and offers for their spare time, Healthcare Republic is a vast primary healthcare resource," says launch Editor Richard Yarwood.

He adds: "Resources like the MIMS drug database, patient fact sheets and travel information are powerful tools for healthcare professionals."

The content and structure of Healthcare Republic was developed by Haymarket Medical and Haymarket Business Interactive. Over the past 12 months the team consulted a variety of healthcare professionals to ensure the website met audience requirements.

Matthew Gerry, Online Publisher at Haymarket Medical, says: "Healthcare Republic is the first website to cover the whole of the UK's primary healthcare sector. We are delighted with the site and initial feedback from our readers and clients has been overwhelmingly positive."

"Haymarket is committed to building on this launch in the coming months with more content, job vacancies and useful tools for healthcare professionals."

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For further information, please contact:

Matthew Gerry 0208 267 4111

Richard Yarwood 0208 267 4015


Notes to Editors

About Haymarket Medical

Haymarket's leading medical publications have been consistently relied on by healthcare professionals for news, business advice and prescribing guidance.

Publications such as GP, MIMS and educational titles from the Haymarket Medical Imprint deliver must-have, high quality content and provide strong market coverage for advertisers.

About Haymarket Publishing

Haymarket is the largest private magazine publisher in the United Kingdom, with titles published in 23 languages across almost 100 nations.

The principal business is centred on more than 100 consumer, professional, trade and customer publications. These are complemented by websites, and other electronic publications, and live events including extensive exhibitions, conferences and awards.

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