Medical Link


Dear GCMA Member,

I would like to personally invite all financial members to submit articles to our Medical Link magazine. Our magazine goes out bi-monthly to Gold Coast medical practitioners. Our main requirements are for it to be in your area of clinical expertise, of general interest to our members and not a form of ‘advertorial’. Images (photos and illustrations) are encouraged. I would especially like to see some vignettes on medical practice as it was on the ‘Coast 20-30 years ago. We also welcome articles on your leisure interests as well (cars, travel, music, sports, books, movies, etc). There is a journalist available to assist you with composition if required.

For further details, contact the Secretariat on 0419 780 505 or email us at info@gcma.org.au

Yours Sincerely,

Dr Sonu Haikerwal

President, GCMA

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