HMC participating in Arab hospitals forum in Cairo
February 27 2017 09:50 PM
Ali Abdulla al-Khater, chief communications officer, HMC.
Ali Abdulla al-Khater, chief communications officer, HMC.

Doha

Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) will participate in the 18th annual forum of the Arab Hospitals Federation (MedHealth 2017), being held in Cairo from Tuesday.

The two-day forum, held in conjunction with the 47th meeting of the executive board of the Arab Health Ministers Council, is expected to attract hundreds of healthcare leaders and providers from the Arab countries to discuss recent healthcare developments in the region.
The forum objective is in line with HMC’s commitment to providing safe, compassionate and effective care to all its patients while remaining abreast of the latest regional and international developments in the healthcare sector.
The forum will feature debates by various Arab health ministers. HMC will be participating in a scientific programme during the forum, which will include two conferences being held at the same time.
The first is a medical conference under the theme, “Setting Priorities for Meeting the Challenges of Arab Women’s Health Vision 2030”, while the other conference will focus on health management issues under the title, “Transforming Value and Sustaining Impact: The Next Prospectus in Healthcare”.
HMC will also participate in a health and awareness exhibition, organised on the sidelines of the forum.
Ali Abdulla al-Khater, chief communications officer at HMC and head of HMC’s delegation to the forum, said, "The MedHealth forum is an important regional stage that brings together Arab health ministers, health leaders and leading healthcare providers in the region. HMC's participation provides an excellent opportunity to highlight the health developments being witnessed in Qatar.
“The forum also provides an opportunity to showcase HMC's services, expansions, achievements and vision for the future. In addition to this, we can share our focus on developing our training, education and clinical services to improve patient care and deliver innovative healthcare solutions, especially with our successful transformation into the first Academic Health System within the Middle East and North Africa region.”
This year’s conference will highlight various topics related to women's health, with a special focus on non-communicable diseases.
The forum is organised every year by the Arab Hospitals Federation with the aim of familiarising participants and attendees with the latest developments in the healthcare sector through a series of specialised lectures and meetings with international experts.



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