Why  Exhibit At Syrian Medicare 2022?

Syrian Medicare event is the largest gathering of healthcare and trade professionals in the middle east region. The 17th edition will offer a unique platform for all medical and pharmaceutical traders and industries to gather under one umbrella in a potential market read more..


Syrian healthcare Sector facts

The health sector in Syria is divided between several sides. The Ministry of Health included 1,826 health
units as primary health care centers, emergency medical points and specialized medical centers and comprehensive clinics in addition of 98 general hospitals, and general assemblies of hospitals.

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Event title:

Syrian Medicare 2022

Exhibition Date:

01 05 June 2022

Official Inauguration:

Wednesday 01 June 5:00 p.m


Fairground – Airport Road –  Damascus – Syria

Vesting Hours:

From 05:00 p.m to 11:00 p.m

Entering the Exhibition:

( Free for Traders & Medical professionals Only )

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Syrian Medicare chain before the crisis in figure

Syrian Medicare Chain has not only been able to introduce new leading medical equipment companies for the Syrian and regional medical markets, but also the show used to insure the attending of the most Ideal and professional medical visitors. Syrian Medicare Chain before the Crisis. In the light of the great success of Syrian Medicare 2010 ..read more

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