NHS set to receive a lifestyle and leisure magazine of its own

NHS hospitals will get their own magazine next month and all cover price revenue generated by sales will be ploughed back into hospital improvements.

NHS hospitals will get their own magazine next month and all cover

price revenue generated by sales will be ploughed back into hospital

improvements.



The new title, Feel Good, to be sold in hospitals around the country,

will carry editorial that taps into NHS expertise, and will focus on

leisure and lifestyle features.



The bi-monthly will be edited by Philip Blackmore, a former features

editor of Chat and Bella, and published by Dr Liz Wilkinson, a physician

and contributing health editor of GQ and GH Active.



The magazine will be funded through advertising with space sold by

Alison Parker, a former associate publisher of GQ and GQ Active. It will

have an initial print run of 200,00 in 60 hospitals.