Healthcare Infrastructure Forum

This 4-day meeting will bring together stakeholders from all aspects of infrastructure to focus on the newest innovation transforming the healthcare industry.

21 - 24 June 2021

Dubai World Trade Centre

Healthcare Infrastructure Forum NEW

The free-to-attend Healthcare Infrastructure Forum is a new introduction to Arab Health, offering updates from key industry leaders in the fields of infrastructure, spanning the life-cycle of a healthcare facility; from vision through to the design & build, management and operation.


Who should attend:

  • Architects
  • Consultants
  • Contractors
  • Developers
  • Planners
  • Investors
  • Medical directors
  • Department heads
  • Facility managers

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Agenda for Healthcare Infrastructure Forum:

Day one:
Build & design
Day two:
Digital infrastructure
Day three:
Procurement & projects
Day four:

 This session will emphasise the importance of early partnerships between the architects, engineers, contractors, ministries and the end users to maximise efficiency.

This session will focus on the importance of defining a healthcare facility’s digital ecosystem at the beginning of a project to ensure the facility is being built with the digital end result in mind. This session will explore the latest trends and strategies from design and master planning to procurement and delivery illustrated through lessons learnt from challenging projects in the region.

 This session focuses on operational planning which addresses the hospital and its role in the health service system in a comprehensive manner.

Register for the free Healthcare Infrastructure Forum

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