Abu Dhabi: The 24th edition of the annual Arab Hospitals Federation Forum has kicked off in Abu Dhabi. The event, organized by the Arab Hospitals Federation in cooperation with its strategic partner, the Department of Health Abu Dhabi (DoH Abu Dhabi), is being held at the Conrad Abu Dhabi Hotel, Etihad Towers.
The 24th edition, held under the theme ‘Leading Tomorrow’s Healthcare: Sustainability, Transformation, and Collaboration,’ covers a wide range of topics, including the journey of Arab hospitals towards transformation, sustainability, leadership, digital health, and innovation.
The forum welcomed 350 visitors, along with 50 speakers from 12 countries around the world, including several Ministers of Health and officials from the UAE, Egypt, Kuwait, and Lebanon. The event will witness their participation in numerous panel discussion sessions, sharing their ideas, insights, and experiences around the concept of health for all.
Ms. Alice Yammine Boueiz, CEO of the Arab Hospitals Federation, commented that “the UAE has been among the countries in the region that have made significant and strong investments in healthcare and has achieved a leading position in the Arab world, regionally and globally. It is recognized as one of the best and most advanced healthcare sectors.
“Through this forum, we once again declare our commitment to further enhance the concept of Arab healthcare integration and build strong partnerships with all stakeholders, especially with our strategic partner, the DoH, with whom we take pride in working and collaborating, and we look forward to transferring their unique and valuable experiences to the entire Arab nation,” the CEO added.
The Forum will be attended by representatives from various Arab health authorities, including government officials, representatives of the League of Arab States (LAS), and key decision-makers from major institutions and international companies.
The international delegations at the event include teams from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia, Jordan, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Belgium, India, and others.