Medic West Africa returns to present the latest technological advances


Recognizing the gaps in healthcare infrastructure in Nigeria and West Africa and their impact on the efficiency of patient care, Medic West Africa believes that the key to growth lies in collaborative efforts among all agents. industry trends that are redefining the dynamics of healthcare delivery. As such, it provides a collective platform for healthcare professionals and stakeholders to explore the latest technological advancements within the industry and participate in leading conversations to enable the advancement of the sector.

The three-day event scheduled for September 7-9, 2022 at the Landmark Center in Lagos will feature exhibits from some of the most innovative and leading healthcare equipment manufacturers. Products that will be on display include state-of-the-art imaging equipment, laboratory and IVD technologies, technological developments in surgery, advances in prosthetics and cost-effective disposables, among others. There will be over 150 exhibiting companies representing 21 countries and over 2,700 healthcare professionals expected.

Amogh Wadwalkar, Exhibition Director, Medic West Africa, in his comments on the transformation of healthcare infrastructure in the region, said: “The last few years have shown us how much there is still to do in Africa, in terms of medical innovation and advances in health technologies. The discussions and conversations that will take place during Medic West Africa aim to disrupt stereotypes and why stakeholders have a role to play in advancing the healthcare industry in our region. It will expose relevant parties to the best equipment, technology and knowledge for transformational growth.

Furthermore, the event will provide a platform for key stakeholders and visitors to participate in interactive sessions and deliberate on the innovations and opportunities available for the healthcare sector. The dialogue will focus on the areas of leadership and management, affecting West African healthcare providers in the public and private sectors. Key themes that will be discussed during the conference sessions include:

  • “Leveraging Disruption in Healthcare – Opportunities and Challenges of Technology” in partnership with the Healthcare Federation of Nigeria,
  • ‘Human Resources for Healthcare: Building an Effective and Resilient Workforce’ in partnership with Society For Quality In Healthcare In Nigeria,
  • ‘COVID – A Socio-Economic Phenomenon’ in partnership with Bey Health, and
  • ‘Consumer-Driven Healthcare Innovations (CDHIs) – Data, Devices and Digital Health Solutions’ in partnership with Healthcare Leadership Academy, among others.

The conference is supported by numerous trade associations, government agencies and industry partners such as Siemens, GE Healthcare, DCL Laboratory, Erba Mannheim, Alpha Specialties, Qiagen, Abbott and many more. Attendance at the conference is free, register at to attend and receive more information.

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