The province of Sousse, 140 km south of Tunis, has been selected for medical centers and pharmaceutical companies. The province of Sousse, 140 km south of Tunis, has been selected for medical centers and pharmaceutical companies.
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Tunisia is starting to promote medical tourism from Sousse, within the first session of the International Salon of Health

As part of a series of exhibitions organized by the Sousse International Exhibition to Push the Troubled Development in Tunisia, the first session of the International Salon of Health will be held from October 4 to 7, 2017.

The province of Sousse, 140 km south of Tunis, has been selected for medical centers and pharmaceutical companies.

Although it was the first session of the International Health Salon, its organizers worked to be the nucleus of other courses. Their aim was to open up markets to the latest in medicine and health in Tunisia and to be satisfied with foreign delegations.

The course includes pharmaceutical laboratories, medical equipment manufacturers, medical schools, health schools, private clinics, massage and physiotherapy centers, insurance companies, medical associations and administrative structures of the Ministry of Health in Tunisia.

This salon also represents an opportunity for exhibitors to present their latest products and modern medical equipment.

Sousse International Salon of Health enables exhibitors to enhance their brand image and to support the presence of their companies in different markets.

Tunisia is one of the first Arab countries in the field of hospital medicine and medical tourism. The salon is an opportunity to further promote the medical hospital product and promote medical tourism in the country, which may also serve the tourism field and enhance its resources of hard currency.

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