Frequently asked questions

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With years of success and the growing demand for more exhibition space at both Arab Health and MEDLAB, it was time to separate the two shows. Strategically planned, the two shows run back-to-back offering participants two weeks of business and networking opportunities for the coming year.

  • Arab Health: 27 - 30January 2020
  • MEDLAB: 3 - 6 February 2020

Many attendees visit the last two days of Arab Health, explore Dubai during the weekend and then visit the first two days of MEDLAB. 

The exhibition is held at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai UAE from 27 - 30 January 2020.

Entry to the exhibition is for conference delegates and trade visitors only. The exhibition is open from:

  • Monday, 27 January 2020: 10am – 6pm
  • Tuesday, 28 January 2020: 10am – 6pm
  • Wednesday, 29 January2020: 10am – 6pm
  • Thursday, 30 January 2020: 10am – 5pm

Registration is required prior to entry, and will be free up until the show days.

There are several parking options available:

  • Opposite Novotel:
    • Car Park C: Free parking
    • Car Park D: Free parking
    • Helipad Car Parking: Free Parking
  • Behind Sheikh Maktoum and Sheikh Rashid Hall:
    • Multi-story: Paid Parking
  • Rashid Tower:
    • Multi-Storey: Paid Parking 
  • Next to Dubai Trade Centre Hotel Apartments:
    • Open car park: PaidNew Ibis HotelBasement Parking: Paid parking
  • Valet Parking: 
    • Plaza Valet at the Exhibition Gate Entrance
    • Arena Valet at the Trade Centre Arena & Hall 1 Entrance

Take the red line metro route to the Dubai World Trade Centre Metro Station.
The metro operates from Sunday to Wednesday from 05:50-00:00, and on Thursday from 05:50-01:00.

Go to for more information.

The official Dubai Transport Taxis can be recognised by their cream colour and will charge you by the meter. Ladies-only taxis are also available.

To book a taxi call +971 4 2080808.

Taxi pick-up is available at the venue next to the Ibis Hotel.

Yes, Arab Health 2020 is free to visit.

Please click here to register your interest.

Online and onsite registration the show will give you free access to the exhibition. You can also register onsite at the venue during the show.

Please click here to register for interest.

Yes, you can. Your visitor pass allows you to enter and leave as many times as you like while the exhibition is open.

Check your spam folder as the confirmation email may have been mistaken for spam. Alternatively, you may have made a spelling mistake in your email address. We cannot amend your registration details so you must register again with the correct email address.

Your visitor badge is not transferable. Ask your colleague to sign up at one of the registration desks for their own entry pass. Alternatively, online registration will remain open during the entirety of the show.

You can view the product listing on the online exhibitor directory. Alternatively, you can collect a show catalogue when you arrive onsite during the exhibition.

You can download the Arab Health 2018 post show report for all information about last year's event. If you have a specific question, please contact a member of The Arab Health team on and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Arab Health is not authorised to process visa applications for visitors. Processing of visas for visitors can only be arranged through your hotel or embassy. Please check with your local embassy for the official processes required.

Benefit from discounted rates for your hotel through our Official Hospitality Partner, onPeak. Click here to view the discounted hotel options available.

Food and drink from outside the venue are not permitted. There is a wide selection of restaurants and vendors throughout the venue for visitors to select from.

27 - 30 January 2020