As the only event of its kind, Hospital Infrastructure India (HII) will feature several leading Indian and international companies spanning all sections of the healthcare industry including hospital infrastructure, planning, supplies and healthcare development. The boom in India’s healthcare business, which has seen a phenomenal growth of 16 % year on year and is projected to reach 300,000 crore by 2012, is fueled by the huge demand supply gap as well as demand for bleeding edge technology and star facilities from the new age patient. The exhibition will allow visitors to source the latest technology,equipment, machinery and services to meet their growing demand.
Many of the industry’s top players have already confirmed their participation including L&T, Armstrong World, GMP Technical, HKS Inc., Everest, Sony India, RR Cables, Eubiq, Chempharma, NABH, Pidilite Industries, APP Enterprise, Surgident India, Forbo Flooring, Ted Jacob Engineering, Tahpi pty to name a few.
An international conference concerning vital issues on hospital infrastructure sector will be organised in association with HOSMAC, alongside the exhibition.
“Hospital Infrastructure India is organized for the first time in India. I choose to attend HII 2010 as it is one of the main platforms to optimize end to end solutions in terms of infrastructure, planning, equipment, supplies and more. I am looking forward to meet key decision makers from the hospital and healthcare industry. On behalf of my team at P. D. Hinduja National Hospital & Medical Research Centre, I’m sure HII 2010 will set the standards for world class healthcare facilities and more.” Dr. R A Bhalerao, Director – Medical Planning & Project, PD Hinduja National Hospital & Medical Research Centre.
“HKS is delighted to be a part of the Hospital Infrastructure India 2010. We are excited to have this opportunity to showcase how HKS has successfully integrated the internationally adopted best practices in healthcare design in the regional context of India. We would like to invite healthcare futurists, CEOs of hospitals and other industry leaders to talk about the latest trends in healthcare design. This conference is a great platform to share our extensive experience in designing world class healthcare facilities." Ralph Hawkins, FAIA, FACHA, LEED AP, Chairman and CEO HKS Inc.
“Looking at the growing needs of the healthcare services and associated requirements for the infrastructure support, Hospital Infrastructure India 2010 will be an ideal platform for NABH to underline the best practices and accreditation required for the healthcare organization. We are pleased to be associated with the Hospital Infrastructure India exhibition." Dr. Girdhar J Gyani, Secretary General, QCI & CEO, NABH.
“Hospital Infrastructure India will be the perfect platform for all diverse players in the healthcare industry to showcase their products and services. Entrepreneurs and health providers will find this a unique destination to network and connect for future growth." Dr. Vivek Desai, Managing Director, HOSMAC India Pvt. Ltd.
"Hospital Infrastructure India 2010 offers us a great opportunity to see a range of latest technologies and innovation in terms of infrastructure, equipments under one roof. This show will facilitate the modernisation of the healthcare industry. With the ever increasing demand for originality, uniqueness, innovation and technology, HII will be an ideal exhibition to deliver these concepts.” Mr. Peter Dsouza, Chief Engineer, Lilavati Hospital & Research Centre.
"The stakes for keeping pace in Medical / Surgical management at Sher -i- Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (Tertiary Care Hospital) are high, has to catch up with changing modalities with technological innovations and has to provide quality patient care in congenial working milieu. Hospital Infrastructure India 2010 will be an ideal juncture for all this to be achieved, where manufacturers, users etc come and discuss together, joint efforts. Honestly speaking Mumbai in December is an ideal location for such an event.” Dr. Ajaz Mustafa, Associate Professor & Deputy Medical Superintendant, SKIMS, Srinagar.
"With global 4 beds per 1000 population, India just has 0.7 beds per 1000. This itself speaks volumes about need to develop Hospital infrastructure in India, over the coming years. Hospital Infrastructure India 2010 provides a platform for this gap fulfillment, not only in terms of quantity but ensuring quality products are used to develop healthcare infrastructure. Armstrong World Industries India is pleased to participate in this Forum & showcase modern but hygiene flooring & ceiling products, which should be used to develop this infrastructure." Arjun Shahani, Managing Director, Armstrong world industries (India) Pvt. Ltd.
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