Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 24 January, 2022: The Dubai Health Authority(DHA) will participate at Arab Health Congress and Exbihition 2022 that will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
DHA will showcase its technological advancements and smart systems aimed to provide the highest quality of specialised patient centered care to the community as well as to digitize healthcare management and aid in the development of evidence-based public health policies.
DHA will showcase its Health Safe City Project, its Doctor for Every Citizen telemedicine initaitive, the latest pain management devices and techniques among other pertinent healthcare projects.
The DHA will also showcase digital advances in its blood donation and blood supply system that is connected to all hospitals in Dubai through a network.
The DHA’s mobile blood donation bus will also be outside the congress and exhibtion for those interested to donate blood.
His Excellency Awadh Seghayer Al Ketbi, Director General of the Dubai Health Authority, said that the Arab Health Exhibition is one of the most important international and specialized medical exhibitions in the world which attracts leading healthcare firms, medical equipment and health technology firms to showcase thier latest advances in the field.
Al Ketbi added that the platform provides a window for future innovations in healthcare, in addition to being a forum where the world’s leading healthcare experts gather to discuss and brainstorm latest advances and cutting edge innovations in healthcare.
He added that Dubai is known for its capacilities to host such conferences and that this year 62 countries will be represented on the exhibition floor of the 2022 edition of Arab Health, the MENA region’s leading exhibition for the healthcare industry.
With regard to the participation of the Dubai Health Authority in the exhibition, His Excellency stated that the Authority is pleased to present its state-of-the-art health care systems and smart technologies as well as strengthen partnerships and discuss potential collaborations with healthcare firms from across the world.