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Doctors Mailing List

Healthcare | Doctors Mailing List

This doctors’ mailing list contains the contact details of over 21,000 doctors in the UK. Doctors and physicians are hugely influential in the buying decisions of healthcare organisations. It is important when pitching your medical devices or pharmaceutical products that you reach the right audience. The database is highly selectable and covers most specialisms. Save time and contact us to find out how many contacts are matching your requirements. We can supply US and international data too.

Who Should Buy the Doctors’ Mailing List?

This list gives direct access to the inboxes of doctors across the UK. No generic email addresses, only authentic doctors. All emails are personal business email addresses and fully verified prior to being sent to you. This list is ideal for publishers of medical and related journals. Medical event organisers can make very precise selections to target the right audience for their conferences, training and webinars. The doctors’ database may also be helpful for the following:

  • pharmaceutical companies
  • manufacturers of medical devices
  • medical products providers
  • publishers of health-related journals and papers
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Doctors’ Mailing List by Specialisms

A doctor’s mailing database segmented by specialism is a powerful tool for organisations seeking to reach specific groups of healthcare professionals. Doctors are categorised based on their specialities, such as cardiology, oncology, paediatrics, or internal medicine. By segmenting the database in this way, companies can target their communications to doctors with the expertise and knowledge relevant to their products or services. For example, a pharmaceutical company launching a new drug for diabetes may choose to target endocrinologists and primary care physicians who specialise in treating patients with diabetes. This targeted approach can increase the effectiveness of marketing campaigns and help healthcare organisations reach the right doctors at the right time.

  • Anaesthesiology: 55 Contacts
  • Audiology: 10 Contacts
  • Auxologist: 14 Contacts
  • Cardiology: 479 Contacts
  • Dermatology & Venereology: 302 Contacts
  • Emergency Medicine: 467 Contacts
  • Endocrinology: 253 Contacts
  • Family medicine: 126 Contacts
  • Gastroenterology: 221 Contacts
  • General Surgery: 1,010 Contacts
  • Haematology: 30 Contacts
  • Immunology: 155 Contacts
  • Infectious diseases: 292 Contacts
  • Internal Medicine: 119 Contacts
  • Neonatology: 22 Contacts
  • Nephrology: 68 Contacts
  • Neurology: 443 Contacts
  • Neurosurgery: 117 Contacts
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology: 754 Contacts
  • Oncology‎: 899 Contacts
  • Ophthalmology: 328 Contacts
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: 123 Contacts
  • Orthopaedics: 1,370 Contacts
  • Pain Management: 56 Contacts
  • Pathology: 762 Contacts
  • Paediatrics: 991 Contacts
  • Plastic Surgery: 412 Contacts
  • Podiatry: 178 Contacts
  • Psychiatry: 663 Contacts
  • Pulmonary: 48 Contacts
  • Radiology: 770 Contacts
  • Rheumatology: 42 Contacts
  • Sleep Medicine: 36 Contacts
  • Thoracic Surgery: 78 Contacts
  • Urology: 401 Contacts
  • Vascular Surgery: 128 Contacts

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Doctors Mailing List

What does the doctors’ mailing list contain?

The information in this doctors mailing list can be filtered down and narrowed by multiple criteria. The list contains the following information for all records:

  • Personal work email address (not generic)
  • Organisation name
  • Organisation URL
  • Doctor’s full name for salutation
  • Doctor’s first name
  • Doctor’s surname
  • Job Title
  • Mailing address with postcode
  • Company Phone Number
  • Specialism of the Doctor