Oman Health Exhibition and Conference 2017 – 9 to 10 October 2017

Oman Health Exhibition and Conference 2017

Event dates: 9-11 October 2017

Venue/location: New Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre, Muscat, Oman

Conference provider name: Omanexpo in partnership with the Oman Ministry of Health & Oman Medical Association

Contact information in case anyone has questions about the Event

  • Contact name: Ahmed Sayed
  • Contact email: info@omanhealthexpo.com
  • Contact telephone: Mob: +968-96709378 | Tel: +968-24660128

Event Website:www.omanhealthexpo.com

Description:

Oman Health – Exhibition & Conference is an international annual event that highlights the continued development of the healthcare sector in Oman. It targets all aspects of the health and wellness industry, opening doors for health products, services and facilities, and opportunities for new developments and trends, and trade and investment. It was launched in 2009 and is now in its Seventh edition. It was certified as a UFI-approved event in 2013.

The event provides participants with an excellent opportunity to network with government, regulatory authorities, colleagues, and learn up-to-date information, emerging trends, strategies, innovative approaches, management techniques and technologies that would help them enhance the quality of healthcare services in the country. It is recognized as Oman’s biggest healthcare platform.

Opportunities in Medical Tourism

Close to a 100,000 Omanis go abroad for medical care as a result of the long waiting lists for surgical and other procedures in the country’s public hospitals and the need for more specialized services and resources. The Oman government is encouraging foreign investment in the country’s healthcare sector to support the growing demand for medical care and services. This step is, as well, aimed at paving the way for several new investment opportunities presented by the multi-million healthcare projects currently being constructed all over the sultanate and in the pipeline.

The Oman government has put in place its Health Vision 2050, a long-term strategy to support its goal of having a healthy and productive population through a “well-organised, equitable, efficient and responsive health system.” The plan includes the construction of new hospitals, centers and clinics, the key being the US$1-billion Sultan Qaboos Medical City Complex, which comprises five major hospitals that cater to Oman residents and seen to offer local and international healthcare.

While the plan is being implemented, Oman, in the meantime will benefit much from the planned projects and partnerships with foreign companies to build high-quality centers and hospitals, bring in foreign expertise, specialists, specialized treatment and services, and state-of-the-art medical technology. Another aspect that augurs well for prospective investors in the Oman government’