Medic West Africa Exhibition will be aiming to close West African health the gap by furnishing leaders with healthcare knowledge. It is an opportunity to converse and mold the African health sector industry’s future.
The conference is scheduled to have forums from significant companies like; the Association of Nigeria Private Medical Practitioners, the Society for Quality in Health Care, and the Healthcare Federation of Nigeria.
The event, which is the 10th anniversary of the Medic West Africa, will be organized by Informa Markets; an international exhibitions organizer, Informa Markets. The official opening of Medlab West Africa in collaboration with the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN) will also be part of the agenda during the event.
On his part, Tom Coleman, Exhibition director of Medic West Africa said “With its rapidly growing population, West and Central Africa has an ever-increasing demand for quality healthcare services.”
He further explained that “whilst governments have made significant investments to improve healthcare infrastructure and expand access to medical facilities, Medic West Africa is instrumental in driving the progression of the healthcare industry by creating a conducive environment for businesses and stakeholders to connect, discourse, and explore the latest healthcare advancements.”
He concluded by saying, “We are also very excited about the launch of Medlab West Africa, alongside the 2023 Medic West Africa event. After 20 years of being a successful global event brand, Medlab will be the one-stop event where innovation, collaboration, and growth converge to shape the future of the laboratory industry in West Africa. It will foster connections within the medical laboratory community, making it the region’s largest multidisciplinary laboratory congress and exhibition.”
The upcoming conference will inaugurate laboratory conference ways aiming at laboratory management, clinical microbiology, immunology, and molecular characteristics.
Dr Tosan Erhabor, Registrar and CEO of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN), had this to say, “As a regulator, the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria is committed to strengthening health laboratory systems and professional practice for quality services.
“In this regard, we have developed the Quality Tripod to drive our processes for excellent service delivery to the stakeholders. We see this partnership with Medic West Africa to launch Medlab as a veritable platform to promote dialogue among the stakeholders in furtherance of our mandate to bequeath a culture of accurate and reliable medical laboratory test results to the entire citizenry.
“We look forward to enriching the conference’s scientific program by sharing our expertise in medical laboratory science and invaluable insights with the vast network of professionals who will be in attendance.”
About 4,500 healthcare experts and 150 exhibiting firms are to be present which comes to about 32 countries. The conference is expected to expose the ability and power of the blossoming healthcare industry in West Africa.