AMA SA medicSA

medicSA is the official publication of the Australian Medical Association (SA).

A high-quality colour magazine, medicSA has been a valued source of information, entertainment and networking for South Australian doctors for more than 20 years.

Publication and distribution

medicSA is published and distributed to Australian Medical Association (SA) members six times a year.

Regular issues in February, April, August and November are sent to medical practices, homes, hospitals and other organisations, as well as to government departments, libraries, politicians and the media. They have a high exposure rate and repeat readership.

Twice a year, in June and December, special ‘bumper’ editions of medicSA are produced. With a distribution of about 5,000, the June and December issues are sent to all registered South Australian medical practitioners (based on our most current data), as well as other subscribers. This provides an excellent opportunity to communicate with medical practitioners and other healthcare professionals across the state.

The June and December issues are made publicly available on this website. The December 2019 issue is provided below. Access to other issues is limited to AMA members.


medicSA accepts a range of display and classified advertising, and loose leaf inserts.

The amount of advertising accepted into the medicSA publication is capped, so your own advertisement stands out.

See the media kit, display advertising booking form and classified advertising booking form for information about rates, deadlines and other details.

Classified advertisements

AMA(SA) members are entitled to a 50% discount from the price of classified advertising in medicSA. The types of classified advertisements vary and may include categories such as Positions Vacant, For Sale or Lease, Closure of Practice, Change of Address, Retirement and/or Starting a Practice.

To book a classified advertisement in medicSA, download and complete the Classified Advertising Booking Form below and email it to us.

To find out more, simply call the AMA(SA) on (08) 8361 0101 or email