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2017 Advertising in the IMS Bulletin

Dear Advertiser:

The Indianapolis Medical Society and our monthly magazine, Bulletin, can help you build your business. Simply put, advertising in this not-for-profit magazine helps your bottom line.

Do you want to reach over 67% of physicians in Indianapolis and the surrounding area?
Want your ad to appear in a magazine doctors actually read and use?
Want to reach your target audience cost effectively?
Want to grow your business more efficiently?

These questions and more can be answered "yes" by using the Indianapolis Medical Society Bulletin for your advertising. It is truly a target-marketing gem with more "bang for the buck."

The Indianapolis Medical Society is a physician members' organization in the greater Indianapolis area - surgeons, internists, family practitioners, and specialists in ophthalmology, pediatrics, oncology and many others. We are the local arm of the American Medical Association ... a prime audience for you. Our magazine, Bulletin, is Central Indiana's most widely circulated monthly medical magazine featuring information about the Society, special events, local continuing education opportunities and highlights of the Indianapolis medical community. The Bulletinalso reaches civic leaders and the friends and family of our medical community!

2017 Contract & Ad Specification sheets for the Indianapolis Medical Society Bulletin are available below. The Society is pleased to offer quality advertising at a fraction of the cost of similar publications.

If you have any questions or wish to review a copy of the Bulletin, please let me know.

Please fax your contract to Beverly Hurt at (317) 262-5609, or e-mail I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Beverly Hurt

For our 2017 advertising contract and specification form, click here.