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Arab Health 2010 - A Retrospect
Despite the Slowdown in Economy: The Healthcare - Business in the Golf Region keeps growing
It’s obvious that enhanced efforts are made to provide high quality services in healthcare supply in the region independently. Numerous hospitals are currently being planned. But all those activities are next to impossible without external service providers like for example in planning, building, equipping, starting up and management of such hospitals – and despite the lack of physicians, managers and assistants respectively also nurses.
We have visited one hospital in the region: This hospital alone has 360 openings for physicians and nurses from abroad. This market is an open field with a high potential for service providers in the hospital business. Currently, the private providers of services in healthcare supplies are strongly represented, for example a private physician and healthcare business man in Saudi Arabia – one person who will invest 3 billion US-Dollars in day care clinics and hospitals with Western standards. One third of those clinics and hospitals are already under construction. Until 2015, about 200 hospitals are being built in the GCC region including Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia and UAE which makes the Arab region an economically highly attractive region in the fields of medical device technology, healthcare economy and biotechnology. The healthcare market volume per year is at about 81.4 billion USD. The economic development in combination with a rapidly growing healthcare industry offers chances and opportunities for everyone at home in healthcare and certainly enough business opportunities for the German healthcare industry…
SCHILLINGER (BDU) presented itself with a strong emphasis on the WORLD DIRECTORY Medical Distributors. Especial the anniversary prices (25 years Contacts for Contracts) caught the attention and interest of everyone. In addition SCHILLINGER (BDU) started new recruiting activities in the Golf region seeking physicians in all fields. These projects are done in close cooperation with leading regional providers of healthcare supplies. The job abroad still is an attractive alternative for physicians with Western standards to further their career – not only from an economic point of view.
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