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Arab Health Day 1 photo round-up

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 31 January 2023: His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, officially opened Arab Heath and Exhibition and Congress 2023 yesterday, Monday, 30 January.


Under the show theme of ‘innovation and sustainability in healthcare’, Arab Health, the largest gathering of healthcare companies, technology, and products in the MENA region, is expected to welcome more than 51,000 attendees during the four-day healthcare showcase, which take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre until 2 February.


More than 3,000 exhibitors from over 70 countries will be present, showcasing the latest innovative new technologies, complementing over 300 regional and international speakers, 9 Continuous Medical Education (CME) conferences, all delivering keynote speeches, scientific lectures, and industry briefings.


Commenting on the opening of the exhibition, Ross Williams, Exhibition Director for Informa Markets, said: “For the next four days, the world’s leading healthcare industry players will be in the UAE, reinforcing its position as a global healthcare hub and showcasing cutting-edge technology and the latest innovations in the sector.


“The event provides a platform for high-level discussion on how we drive the industry forward while creating an opportunity to build relationships with stakeholders from around the world, which is further endorsed by peer-to-peer networking and learning where participants can foster knowledge through insights and expert analysis as part of the CME conferences.”


His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, opens Arab Health



Over 51,000 visitors expected throughout the four days of Arab Health Exhibition and Congress


Innovative technology on show at Arab Health


Over 300 international and regional conference speakers taking part in the Arab Health Congress

45 dedicated country pavilions at Arab Health




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