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Hospital Build Asia Exhibition and Congress 2009 Sets the Stage for the Future of Healthcare
Date:4/1/2009

id Yew Sung Pei, Assistant Chief Executive Officer of IE Singapore, "Being selected as the host country for Hospital Build Asia attests to Singapore's status as a leading medical hub in the region. Our healthcare services, products and infrastructure are synonymous with excellence, quality and innovation. Through this event, we hope that industry players not only gain insights on the trends and development of the global healthcare landscape, but also learn more about how Singapore's healthcare hardware and software providers can complement the existing solutions in their home countries."

The Singapore Pavilion at the exhibition will see 28 Singapore-based companies showcasing their services and capabilities. These include companies providing healthcare infrastructure, IT systems, management services, and healthcare equipment. Other participating country pavilions are from Taiwan and Australia.

For more information, please visit http://www.HospitalBuildAsia.com .

About IIR Asia Pacific

Hospital Build Asia Exhibition and Congress 2009 is organised by IIR Asia Pacific's IIR Life Sciences Division. Recognised as world leaders in Life Sciences conferences and exhibitions, IIR Life Sciences brings a wealth of knowledge of this category. IIR Life Sciences is also responsible for the success and growth of Arab Health -- the event is one of the world's most important events in the healthcare calendar and it has grown substantially over the last few years with the 2008 edition occupying the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre covering more than 60,000 sqm. Visit http://www.HospitalBuildAsia.com for more information about Hospital Build Exhibition and Congress 2009.

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