Dubai. January 25, 2017. In line with its commitment to drive the growth of the healthcare sector in the region, Dubai Healthcare City Authority (DHCA), today announced the participation of Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC), the world’s largest healthcare free zone, at Arab Health Exhibition & Congress 2017.

DHCC’s continuous strategic participation in Arab Health supports the free zone’s key role in achieving Dubai’s objective to create an efficient healthcare system that is responsive to the growing needs of the UAE population, and to position the emirate as a global hub for healthcare and tourism.

This year will mark DHCC’s 13th consecutive participation in Arab Health, the largest gathering of healthcare and trade professionals in the Middle East and Africa, with 4,400 companies showcasing their latest innovations to an expected attendance of over 110,000 visitors from over 70 countries. For the third consecutive year, DHCC is the lead congress supporter for the event.

During the four-day event, DHCC will showcase its developments and projects in healthcare, medical education, regulation and its wellness expansion, aimed at strengthening Dubai’s economic resilience through value-added, non-oil, economic activities.

DHCC also provides its support to Arab Health through the Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences, which as the knowledge partner of the congress, assisted with scientific knowledge and the recommendation of expert speakers.

The regulatory arm of DHCA, Dubai Healthcare City Authority – Regulatory (DHCR) will introduce a unique service exclusively for Arab Health, which will enable healthcare professionals to submit their CVs and receive prompt initial responses on their eligibility to be licensed in DHCC.

Furthermore, DHCR will treat all applications received by its Professional Licensing Department during Arab Health as an urgent request without the chargeable express service fees.



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