Africa Health Exhibition at Johanesburg from May 2-30

Africa Health Exhibition 2019, the largest gathering of healthcare companies, technology, products and services in the African continent, will be held from 28-30 May 2019 at the Gallagher Centre, Johanesburg.

There will be 560 exhibiting companies from 39 countries and a host of accredited conferences and workshops will also be held as part of the Exhibition. The event is linked with several suppliers from South Africa, India, China, USA, Poland, Turkey, Taiwan and the rest of the world.

For the last nine years Africa Health has brought the latest innovations in healthcare. From state-of-the-art imaging equipment to the most cost-effective disposables; developments in surgery to advances in prosthetics, Africa Health continues to be at the heart of healthcare in the continent.

As the largest collection of healthcare product manufacturers and service providers under one roof, Africa Health is your one-stop shop for all your healthcare sourcing and procurement needs.
Accompanying the exhibition is a number of business, leadership and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) conferences and workshops providing the very latest updates and insights into cutting edge procedures, techniques and skills. Africa Health connects manufacturers and service providers with clinicians, procurement professionals, dealers and distributors.

South Africa currently runs a two-tiered healthcare system, comprising of the public and the smaller, rapidly -growing private sector. The country spent 9% of its GDP on healthcare in 2017, which is 4% higher than the WHO’s recommended spending for a country of its socioeconomic status. Despite this high expenditure, health outcomes are still trailing in comparison with similar middle-income countries, mostly due to the inequities between the public and private sectors.

Africa Health is an essential platform to conduct healthcare business in the continent – attracted over 10,500 attendees from all over the globe to meet with 560 exhibiting companies in 2018. The success of the 2018 show saw 72% of exhibitors rebook on-site for the largest health expo in South Africa.



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