The leading healthcare exhibition in Saudi Arabia kicked off in Riyadh on Monday 8th of May 2017 in the presence of officials and ambassadors, VIPs, and media representatives, at Riyadh International Exhibitions and Conventions Center
Saudi HealthCare Exhibition 2017, organized by Riyadh Exhibitions Company, will open its doors for 3 days until the 10th of May, welcoming health and medical professionals.
The 3 days’ exhibition is also offering free workshops and training sessions which are being held in collaboration with the Emergency Medical Center and other specialized medical companies. The workshops include first aid training and lectures to enhance education on healthcare services, in addition to, medical seminars that will be delivered by doctors and researchers from major medical companies in the Kingdom and the region, showcasing the latest medical technologies.
Sponsored by Saudi Health Council, King Fahed Medical City and the Council of Cooperative Health Insurance, as the strategic partners, in addition to Siemens Healthineers as the Platinum Sponsor and Masimo as the Golden sponsor, the exhibition is witnessing the participation of more than 38 Arab and foreign countries.
On the sidelines of the exhibition, Mr. Michel Atallah, CEO of Siemens Healthineers said, “SIEMENS Healthineers is proud to continue its commitment to the Saudi healthcare market through participating in Saudi Health 2017 and presenting its latest innovations.”
Mr. Bassam AL Braikan, director of public relations and corporate communications administrations, at King Fahd Medical Center said: “Participating at the Saudi HealthCare exhibition offers important opportunities to build relationships within the healthcare industry parties, to showcase progress and achievements in this sector, and to explore new opportunities with stakeholders in the healthcare field. Our latest project will ease patients’ sufferings and save costs of overseas treatment.”
He added: “Our participation in this event contributes to achieving the Saudi Vision 2030 in terms of the private-public sector partnership.”