Emirates Health Services (EHS) has announced its plans to participate in the Arab Health 2022 exhibition and conference from 24-27 January 2022 at the Dubai World Trade Centre
The showcase will feature 16 projects falling under four main themes, highlighting EHS’s efforts to boost the sector’s global competitiveness, contribute to shaping the future of healthcare in the UAE, and drive collaborative efforts to launch pioneering, innovative, and hi-tech health services.
Taking part in the largest event of its kind in the region is part of the establishment’s commitment to shedding light on the UAE’s strategy for developing the healthcare sector – a cornerstone of its national agenda. The strategy has set the stage for the sector to make notable advancements on the on the world stage, where it has embraced the highest standards and international best practices in providing holistic health services, propelling it to the top ranks on various performance indicators.
EHS is joining the event under the slogan ‘A Renewed Vision for Health in the UAE’, where it aims to propose a modern and progressive vision for developing the healthcare sector to meet the requirements of our times. This is in sync with the growing international appetite for developing national health systems.
The establishment is showcasing its forward-thinking initiatives and projects for the upcoming smart healthcare over the next 50 years, in line with the leadership’s aspirations to fulfil the UAE’s centennial vision and consistently take the top spots on the world stage.
“Emirates Health Services is taking part in this prominent global event to explore opportunities for collaboration and strategic partnerships with leading medical institutions around the world,” said HE Dr Yousif Mohammed Al-Serkal, director general, EHS.
Emirates Health Services’ showcase at Arab Health 2022 was designed to present its top-quality projects and services, grouped into four specific categories: A Healthy Community, Wellbeing, Innovative Treatment Services and Digital Health. EHS also plans to sign a set of MoUs and agreements of collaboration with several world-leading health institutions to strengthen its strategic partnerships with major global health institutions.