Deliver evidence based health content to your customers on your Practice website.


  • Your patients are actively looking for health content
  • Turn your website into a health content portal
  • Build trust and loyalty with new and existing patients
  • Informed patients have better health outcomes
  • Use content in your marketing to attract new patients
  • Extensive library of over 600 videos and growing
  • All content meets Tonic’s ethical content guidlines


Get The Free Version

The free version of our health content widget is supported by sponsored content from select Health Industry Partners.

Any sponsored content adheres to our strict ethical content and advertising guidelines [ available here ]

Paid Version $24.95/mth

The paid version of the content widget is free of any sponsored content and has some additional customisation options.

Sign up today & your first 28 days is FREE .

Easy to Use

Place our full library of health videos onto any webpage with a simple embed code.

<div class=”tonic_widget”></div>
<script src=””></script>
<script> var widget_id = “999999”; getchannels(widget_id); </script>

Example – Diabetes Channel

Trusted Content Partners

All videos within our library are evidence based and clinically reviewed.


Over 70% of consumers look online for health content


84% of patients combine both online and offline sources for health information


We estimate less than 10% of GPs provide content to their patients via their website.

According to a google consumer report, 84% of consumers rely on both online and offline sources when researching health topics.

Give your patients access to evidence based health content via your website.

  • Over 75% of consumers search for health content online.
  • 84% of patients use both online and offline sources for their research

If you’re not providing health information on your website, you’re missing out on a valuable opportunity to engage your customers.

Participate in your patient's digital journey

  • Give consumers a general understanding of common ailments including symptoms and treatment options.
  • Avoid self diagnosis by curating the “health search” process.
  • Modern health care providers should participate in the “digital journey” of their customers.