Sheikh Maktoum opens 49th edition of Arab Health

Dubai Media Office

His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, First Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the UAE, opened the 49th edition of Arab Health on Monday.

The region's largest healthcare exhibition, which is being held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from January 29 to February 1, features over 3,400 exhibitors, more than 40 international pavilions and over 180 participating countries.

Visitors to the event have the opportunity to network, discover cutting-edge healthcare technology and game-changing healthcare insights, and form meaningful business connections.

"By bringing together the world's foremost healthcare expertise and institutions, and fostering an environment for excellence and innovation in the sector, Dubai continues to consolidate its status as a premier healthcare destination," said Sheikh Maktoum.

During the tour of the event, His Highness visited a number of pavilions where he was briefed about their latest services and initiatives.

Arab Health 2024 has nine product sectors, which include Medical Equipment & Devices, Disposables & Consumer Goods, Orthopaedics & Physiotherapy, Imaging & Diagnostics, Healthcare & General Services, IT Systems & Solutions, Healthcare Infrastructure & Assets, Wellness & Prevention and Healthcare Transformation.

 

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