Saudi Health opens in Riyadh
Riyadh, May 13, 2013
Saudi Health Exhibition and Conference 2013, a dedicated platform for key healthcare industry players to showcase latest offerings, market trends and developments opened in Riyadh yesterday (May 12).
More than 300 exhibitors from 34 countries gathered at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre as Dr Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah, Minister of Health, inaugurated the three-day event.
Saudi Health 2013 concurrently hosts seven CME-accredited conferences: Saudi Radiology Technologists Conference, Medical Laboratories Conference (MEDLAB), Cardiology Conference, Biomedical Engineering Conference, Executive Nursing Conference, Imaging Administration Conference, and Non-Communicable Diseases.
Over 1,000 delegates are expected to attend the exhibition, which is being jointly organised by Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, and Riyadh Exhibitions Company (REC).
Covering a net exhibition space of 5,500 sq m, Saudi Health offers an ideal networking platform among healthcare professionals in the Kingdom, gathering the biggest names and organizations from the local industry and abroad.
Moreover, specialists, suppliers and other key global industry players from all over the world are presented the opportunity to discuss the latest market insight, technological breakthrough and best practices.
The event offers a comprehensive multi-tracked congress including a diverse range of conferences covering a broad range of specific medical disciplines. Key global issues that will be debated at the conferences include imaging and diagnostic, medical laboratories, biomedical engineering, nursing, primary healthcare, rehabilitation and trauma. – TradeArabia News Service
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