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International Healthcare Exhibition kicks off on Friday at BMICH

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The National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka together with the Ministry of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine will be conducting an ‘International Healthcare Exhibition 2019’ on 26, 27 and 28 July at the BMICH. 

Minister of Health, Nutrition and Indigenous Medicine Dr. Rajitha Senaratne will grace the occasion as Chief Guest. Additionally professionals from the medical sector, doctors, physicians, heads of government departments, ministry officials, and representatives of medical institutions will grace the occasion.

A large number of local and international stakeholders in the healthcare sector in Sri Lanka will be participating at the three-day exhibition in July 2018, which will depict the expertise and latest healthcare facilities available in the country, highlighting the available diagnostic facilities, supportive care, future developments and provide health education to the public on common medical conditions.

Sri Lanka is fast becoming an important hub for both international patients and international suppliers. This exhibition will provide the ideal opportunity for the stake holders in the healthcare industry to interact with healthcare professionals and industry personnel as well as local and foreign visitors in promoting their products and services. 

This is an ideal opportunity to promote indigenous and western medicinal products and services to a large number of local and international visitors. Exhibitors will get maximum exposure for their products and services with an excellent opportunity to promote their brands. Visitors will have an opportunity to know from A-Z about indigenous and western medicinal products, services and treatment methods practiced in Sri Lanka.

Awareness programs on a number of health-related topics are also expected to be conducted during the time of the exhibition: Exhibitor profile, hospitals and clinics, pharmaceuticals, food and nutrition, medical equipment, appliances and consumables, health and IT, health and transport, leisure, sports, physiotherapy and beauty care, after care, medical tourism, etc.

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