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The Saudi Health Conference and Exhibition to Be Held in Rajab under Dr. Al-Rabeeah's Auspices
06 April 2014
Under the auspices of His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Rabeeah, the Saudi capital state, Riyadh, is envisioned to witness the launch of the second session of Saudi Health Conference and Exhibition 2014, during the period 20-22 Rajab, 1435H, corresponding to 19-21 May, 2014. It will be take place at Riyadh International Center for Conferences and Exhibitions with the aim of casting some light on the most striking trends in the healthcare sector, which is undergoing a remarkable boom in the Kingdom.
The MOH Undersecretary for Supply and Engineering Affairs, Dr. Salah al-Mazrou' said that the conference opens the door of opportunity for all health professionals, experts, suppliers, and distributers, be they Saudis or foreigners, in addition to businessmen and those concerned with the health sector to attend, participate and take a closer look at the most recent developments, most modern equipment, and most sophisticated medical practices offered by the international companies specialized in the medical arena. That is to be added to the exchange of knowledge and experiences associated with health care.
The exhibition is meant to give an impetus to the health sector, through the participation of the international medical companies and investors in the health sector. The exhibition, thus, will provide a good opportunity to display many of the modern medical equipment and technologies, in addition to infrastructure systems, health sector facilities, and hospitals. In addition to that, the exhibition will introduce its visitors with the latest updates in the medical industry around the world, in addition to the medical lectures meant to promote the medical services provided for citizens.
Dr. al-Mazrou' pointed out that the program of the Saudi Conference and Exhibition 2014 includes a series of interactive workshops, concurrent conferences and specialized sessions and lectures, covering the latest and most important topics in the international medical arena. The conference, thus, covers such topics as nursing, hospitals management, medical labs, cardiology, nuclear medicine, and the prospects for health care in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
This exhibition, according to Dr. al-Mazrou', is deemed to be an effective engine driving at the development of the Kingdom's medical infrastructures. It also allows the providers of medical services as well as the local companies specialized in health care and the concerned investors to form strategic partners at the local and international levels, aside from bridging the gap between manufacturers and beneficiaries. He also mentioned that the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCHS) has accredited 30 hours of continuing medical learning for the conference and exhibition.
The Undersecretary for Supply and Engineering Affairs, Dr. al-Mazrou', said that the Ministry of Health pays thorough attention to this exhibition, since it will be attended by a constellation of visitors and exhibitors. It is expected to play a pivotal role in promoting the ongoing development of healthcare services in the Kingdom, and help achieve the vision associated with the Kingdom's readiness in terms of the health services and hospitals in the future. In doing so, the Ministry is pursuing its aspirations, reinforced by the growing public expenditure on health care, and the ever increasing population.

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