ASEAN’s largest medical fair set to open in Bangkok

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Medical check-up in the Bumrungrad hospital, Bangkok’s largest.

Bangkok’s centrally located Queen Sirikit National Convention Center will be the venue for Southeast Asia’s largest healthcare exhibition, the bi-annual Medical Fair Thailand 2013, to be held from September 12-14.

The fair will showcase medical technology and international products from over 300 leading businesses from 30 different countries. It is expected to help propelling Thailand to become the medical hub of ASEAN.

Thailand in 2012 welcomed 1.5 million health tourists, bringing in about $1 billion in revenue. Thailand is the largest medical tourism destination in the world by numbers, acknowledged for its high-class medical services at reasonable prices. A growing part of the health visitors are from the Middle East.

The fair this September is the 6th edition. Since its inception in 2003, the fair has grown continuously and is recognised as Thailand’s most important resource and business platform for both international and regional suppliers from the medical and healthcare sectors.

2011 saw the largest edition to date as it welcomed 328 exhibiting companies form 25 countries, including 8 national groups and pavilions from Austria, Belgium, China, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan. While qualified trade visitors from Thailand and around the world reached an impressive 5,447.

Focused on equipment and supplies for the hospital, diagnostic, pharmaceutical, medical and rehabilitation sectors, this year’s fair 2013 will bring together new and innovative technologies, solutions, products and services from around the world.

The exhibition serves as a converging point for healthcare providers, medical suppliers, industry professionals, government bodies, hospital administrators, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals sourcing for the latest innovations in medical and health care.

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Medical check-up in the Bumrungrad hospital, Bangkok’s largest.

Bangkok’s centrally located Queen Sirikit National Convention Center will be the venue for Southeast Asia’s largest healthcare exhibition, the bi-annual Medical Fair Thailand 2013, to be held from September 12-14.

Reading Time: 1 minute

bumrungrad_hospital
Medical check-up in the Bumrungrad hospital, Bangkok’s largest.

Bangkok’s centrally located Queen Sirikit National Convention Center will be the venue for Southeast Asia’s largest healthcare exhibition, the bi-annual Medical Fair Thailand 2013, to be held from September 12-14.

The fair will showcase medical technology and international products from over 300 leading businesses from 30 different countries. It is expected to help propelling Thailand to become the medical hub of ASEAN.

Thailand in 2012 welcomed 1.5 million health tourists, bringing in about $1 billion in revenue. Thailand is the largest medical tourism destination in the world by numbers, acknowledged for its high-class medical services at reasonable prices. A growing part of the health visitors are from the Middle East.

The fair this September is the 6th edition. Since its inception in 2003, the fair has grown continuously and is recognised as Thailand’s most important resource and business platform for both international and regional suppliers from the medical and healthcare sectors.

2011 saw the largest edition to date as it welcomed 328 exhibiting companies form 25 countries, including 8 national groups and pavilions from Austria, Belgium, China, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan. While qualified trade visitors from Thailand and around the world reached an impressive 5,447.

Focused on equipment and supplies for the hospital, diagnostic, pharmaceutical, medical and rehabilitation sectors, this year’s fair 2013 will bring together new and innovative technologies, solutions, products and services from around the world.

The exhibition serves as a converging point for healthcare providers, medical suppliers, industry professionals, government bodies, hospital administrators, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals sourcing for the latest innovations in medical and health care.

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