Hospital Build & Infrastructure summit on 2 June
Event will be held at the Dubai International Convention Centre
The sixth edition of the Hospital Build & Infrastructure Middle East Exhibition & Congress opens its doors from 2-4 June at the Dubai International Convention Centre.
The event, which is supported by the UAE Ministry of Health, the Society of Engineers in the UAE and the Middle East Facility Management Association (MEFMA), caters to professionals in the field of construction, architecture, operations, infrastructure and all fields related to the construction and design of hospitals or medical facilities.
Simon Page, managing director of event organiser Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions, said, “We are committed to delivering opportunities for professionals in all aspects of constructing, designing, and operating hospitals in the Middle East and we offer both exhibitor and conference delegates the opportunity to network, expand their knowledge and make successful business connections at Hospital Build and Infrastructure Middle East.”
Some of the UAE’s highly specialised experts that will be speaking at the event include Dr Rehab Al Ameri, senior specialist of conformity assessment body services, Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council, Abu Dhabi, Zeyad Al Swaidan, CEO, Medical Cities Project, Ministry of Health, Dubai, Eesa Bastaki, president, University of Dubai, Haidar Saeed Al Yousuf, director, health funding, Dubai Health Authority, Bernadette Kelly, clinical quality manager, SEHA, Abu Dhabi, Lina Jichi, head of health financing advisory and monitoring, Health Authority Abu Dhabi and others.
The event will also feature presentations on some of the largest healthcare development projects in the GCC.
Alongside this year’s event is an Emergency Medicine Exhibition & Congress. This event will bring together world renowned experts to establish protocols in the region for emergency situations such as earthquakes, virus outbreaks, rescue missions and terrorist attacks. It will also highlight designing and creating emergency rooms and ICU's that are on par with international standards.