Dubai’s healthcare industry is showing strong increases in both public and private sector UAE healthcare expenditure, with public sector spending set to reach 104 billion AED by 2027, with the private sector forecast to be 22 billion AED according to a new report.
The new report sheds light on Dubai Healthcare City’s commitment to advancing the healthcare ecosystem, and its approach to integrating core healthcare services and collaborating with global organisations.
Dubai Healthcare City Authority (DHCA), the governing body of Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) free zone, unveiled the “Dubai’s Healthcare Ecosystem Highlights” report at Arab Health 2024, providing key insights and strong growth indicators in the emirate’s healthcare sector.
Key findings highlight the role DHCC plays as the emirate’s healthcare investment hub, with the free zone’s turnover between 2020 and 2024 expected to increase significantly at an estimated 16 per cent Compound Annual Growth Rate.
The figure underscores the free zone’s commitment to its ecosystem’s efficiency and sustainability, and confidence from major regional and international healthcare investors in DHCC’s capability to enable growth opportunities in Dubai’s healthcare landscape.