Mangalore, May 27: It has been reported in the city that SRS global Industry solutions (SRSGIS) in co-ordination with Creative associates, the first of its kind will organize in the coastal Karnataka’s premier healthcare and medical tourism expo-2013 in the month of October, 2013.
During the occasion, students and faculties in the medical education hub of Karnataka will get an opportunity to understand more about the latest trends and developments in the medical world.
The expo will bring together over 1,000 delegates, 3,500 healthcare professionals, hospitals owners, diagnostic centres, medical directors, biomedical engineers, health tourism, ayurveda and holistic medicine centres and health spas from across the country. In addition to scientific deliberations and interactions, the expo will provide an opportunity for Indian and international hospitals to showcase their products and services.
SRSGIS managing director Rajesh R told that the exhibition will feature a complete range of equipment, materials, services, processes, systems, components, consumables that are being widely used in medical surgeries, hospitals, clinics, and diagnostic centres across the world.
The expo will be organized in association with the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH)
“The expo is a platform dedicated to knowledge sharing and it brings together experts from major government and private institutions. During the three days of the exhibition one can even witness a unique concurrent conference and exhibition — a forum on innovative trends and practices in the medical, dental,ayurveda and medical tourism industry,” Rajesh said adding that the expo will also explore various possibilities in medical tourism.
“We have chosen Mangalore for the expo as it is educational, financial, industrial and tourism hub of Karnataka,” he said. A fashion show on hospital garments will be an added attraction of the expo, Rajesh said. “We have decided to introduce the novel concept of fashion show on hospital concept as part of the programme as uniform in medical profession plays a significant role,” he said adding that the venue and dates will be decided very soon.