Broadcast provides health and medical information via a non-audio TV screen, in your waiting room at no extra cost to your practice.
FREE to install
Monthly, our Broadcast offering delivers a captive audience reach in excess of 6.25 million people, who are time rich and activity poor. With 86% of the population visiting a GP each year, Broadcast has the power to influence advertisers target demographic, on the path-to-purchase and within a trusted environment.
- 71% are main grocery buyers
- 41% belong to families with children
- Long dwell time 35+ minutes
- Message frequency of 3 x every 30 minutes
Connect is Australia’s only network of digital, interactive touch tablets delivered into the staffrooms of General Practices.
The strength of our network
Connect is located within 600 medical staff room locations nationally. Designed to bridge the communications gap between medical professionals and health related brands and organisations. Connect is unique in its ability to deliver product information right into the hands of 6,000 healthcare professionals nationally.
- New product launches
- Product advancements
- Daily key message reinforcement
- Recall of key data and information
Customise your messaging to suit your practice and patients' needs.
Find out what our
practices have to say
“Medical Media has been such a useful tool. We utilise Medical Media to promote our in-house activities, our amended opening hours and any notices we want our patients to know about. ”Dr Pauline VunipolaTharawal Aboriginal Corporation
“I found it to me a very good method for health education and health related problems. We received very good feedback and a lot of positive comments from our patients. Well done Medical Media, keep it up.”Dr SaadColyton Medical Centre
“It was a pleasure to partner with Medical Media to increase our brand awareness to our exact target audience. Their knowledge of the broader GP market was fantastic and their delivery of service was exceptional. During our campaign, we saw an uplift of 92% in online signups.”Theo AntonopoulosMedAdvisor