al-hadth – Ahmed Bin Abdulqader
• The three-day event is expected to attract more than 10,000 people
• The forum will host four Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences
The Ministry of Health in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will host the Global Health Exhibition 2022, a prominent healthcare event in the region, from 9 to 11 October, at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center. The event will be held under the theme of “Transformation in the Healthcare Sector”. This year’s forum will be organized in person after two years of being held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Health Exhibition will provide a variety of opportunities for visitors to meet healthcare professionals, clinicians and policymakers, learn about the latest medical discoveries and trends, network, and explore business opportunities with the global healthcare community.
Organised by the world leading event company, Informa Markets, the three-day event is expected to attract more than 10,000 people, with the participation of more than 250 companies from 30 countries. It will be one of the largest forums for healthcare professionals in the Kingdom.
Several significant investments in the healthcare sector in the Kingdom will lead to building a more vibrant and prosperous health economy, providing improved services, greater research opportunities, doing business and delivering care throughout the Kingdom by achieving the highest levels of excellence in health care, in line with the foundations and objectives of the Saudi Vision 2030.
A Ministry of Health spokesperson said: “The Ministry of Health will host the in-person edition of the Global Health Exhibition this year, which will allow participants to witness the latest healthcare innovations closely. We look forward to meeting all the participants in person to highlight the most pressing challenges in the healthcare field. We will work together to find solutions to address them through cooperation, support and empowerment.”
The forum will host five conferences, including four Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences such as Public Health, Quality Healthcare, The Future of Medical Laboratories and Radiology. This year’s event will include the Leaders Forum, which aims to enable meaningful dialogue between thought leaders and government officials on achieving Saudi Vision 2030, driving digital transformation in the healthcare sector, enhancing access to medicines and technologies, leadership and governance.
It is noteworthy that the event returns this year to provide an ideal platform for the healthcare community in the region and the world to meet, exchange views and highlight the qualitative transformation witnessed by the booming healthcare sector in the Kingdom.