Group Subscriptions

For organisations, MIMS offers:

  • Database of concise prescribing information for over 3000 branded and generic products, updated constantly online
  • The latest prescribing news and updates, including safety warnings and reviews of new products
  • Drug comparison and compatibility tables for quick reference look-up, including HRT and switching antidepressants
  • At-a-glance summaries of national treatment guidelines 
  • Online visual guides for identification and comparison of diabetes and respiratory devices
  • Country-specific travel vaccination and malaria prophylaxis recommendations
  • Printable patient factsheets online
  • MIMS Clinics: online prescribing resource centres for key therapy areas

MIMS is available at organisational level on the following models:

Multi-user access: Get access for a specific number of users via individual email-based accounts and enable your employees to take control of the information they need. To get our full range of rates call +44 (0) 208 267 4865 or email .

Domain level access: Get access across your organisation, for anyone with a company email address. Available for capped or uncapped employee numbers. Make sure everyone in your organisation has access to the information they need, wherever and whenever they need it. To discuss your requirements and how we can build a bespoke package to meet your needs, call +44 (0) 208 267 4865 or email .

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GPs can get MIMS print & online and GPonline for free when they register online – take 2 minutes, and make sure you get your free MIMS access! If you're not a GP, you can subscribe to MIMS for full access.

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MIMS Dermatology

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MIMS Adviser

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Mobile apps

MIMS: access the full drug database and quick-reference tables on the go

MIMS Diagnosis and Management: concise information on signs and symptoms, investigations and diseases