Healthcare & general services in the GCC

Amidst an ageing and expanding population, and the increasing prevalence of lifestyle diseases, the healthcare sector is fast emerging as a priority for Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries as they work to diversify their economies away from a reliance on oil production.

The report will focus on infrastructure investments and how customer centricity will play an increasingly important role in the evolution of the region’s healthcare industry with patient experience becoming a priority for both public and private players. Major developments in technology, an influx of medical tourists, as well as changing patient needs are also emerging as major drivers for the bourgeoning GCC healthcare landscape.

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Where the healthcare world comes to do business

Arab Health is an essential platform to conduct healthcare business in the MENA region – having attracted over 55,500 attendees from all over the globe to meet with 4,150 exhibiting companies in 2019. Our first-class exhibition, combined with high-quality accredited medical conferences, has continued to grow and bring investment and new technologies into the Middle Eastern healthcare community for 45 years.

The 2019 post show report is now available

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