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Arab Health 2024 Breaks Records: All Set to flabbergast the World with Healthcare Innovations

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Dubai, UAE – The stage is set for Arab Health 2024, the Middle East’s biggest healthcare gathering, as it officially sold out in November, a remarkable three months ahead of its kick-off from January 29 to February 1, 2024, at the Dubai World Trade Centre. With a record number of international exhibitors, this edition is sure-footed to be a standout in the healthcare calendar.

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Anticipation is high as more than 40 international pavilions gear up for the event. Making their debut this year are Serbia and Hong Kong, joined by Australia, Estonia, Italy, and Indonesia, which are expanding their pavilions to accommodate a greater array of exhibitors showcasing their latest healthcare products and innovations.

Ross Williams, Exhibition Director for Informa Markets, said: “Arab Health continues to underscore its popularity as a leading healthcare showcase by the sheer demand from the global healthcare industry to exhibit at the event. In the last 49 years, we have built an enviable position as the place where professionals from the industry can see the latest innovations, hear from leading experts in a range of fields critical to the future of healthcare, and as a place to secure deals and do business. This year, we will once again provide a platform for the global healthcare market to meet in what will be our biggest show to date with a truly international focus.”

Returning pavilions include India, Germany, New Zealand, South Korea, France, the US, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt representing the MENA region.

Who are the new exhibitors during Arab Health 2024?

New exhibitors, such as Omani-based RAS Markaz, Indian company Innovation Imaging Technologies, and Almana Hospitals, the largest healthcare provider in the Eastern Province, will join the fray. Pharmatrade and Al Khayyat Investments from the UAE will also make their inaugural appearances.

Major industry players like Siemens Healthcare, United Imaging, Philips, Olympus, Masimo, Jetro, and Emirates Healthcare Solutions, will present their latest technologies on the exhibition floor.

‘Connecting Minds, Transforming Healthcare’

With a theme of ‘Connecting Minds, Transforming Healthcare,’ this year’s show will focus on future healthcare trends and game-changing technologies. The show floor will feature nine distinct sectors, covering everything from medical equipment and devices to wellness and prevention.

What will the new features of Arab Health include?

New features include the Smart Hospital and Interoperability Zone, along with the UAE student-focused competition, Cre8, challenging students to innovate solutions for real-world healthcare problems.

The invite-only Future Health Summit returns, bringing together global experts to discuss breakthroughs in reversing aging and achieving longevity. Other highlights include the Transformation Zone, Innov8 competition, and product showcases.

Medical professionals attending the exhibition can participate in 10 Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences covering various specialties. Noticeably, this year will introduce a fee for visitors, ensuring a focused and meaningful experience. Entry is free for those registering before January 4, 2024, with subsequent costs of AED 100 and AED 200 for those registering onsite.

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Arab Health 2024 enjoys the support of various government entities, including the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention, the Government of Dubai, the Dubai Health Authority, the Department of Health, and the Dubai Healthcare City Authority. Key sponsors include Pure Health, American Hospital, Emirates Health Services, and Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib. As the event approaches, anticipation is building for a spotlight of healthcare excellence that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the industry.

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