Visit us at Africa Health 2012



9 - 11 May 2012
Johannesburg Expo Centre, Nasrec, South Africa

The Africa Health Exhibition and Congress was first launched in May 2011, and has now become the largest healthcare exhibition and congress throughout Africa with more than 6,000 square meters of exhibition space, approximately 400 exhibitors and 12 CPD-accredited conferences.

Africa Health is seen as the perfect platform for the leaders in the healthcare industry to showcase their latest innovations, technologies and solutions to the healthcare industry of Africa.  Delegates will have the unique opportunity to meet every aspect of healthcare, enjoy live product demonstrations, network with medical suppliers, source new suppliers, as well as gain firsthand experience and knowledge of the products through workshops and specially arranged meetings.


As an extension of Arab Health, the largest exhibition and conference of its kind in the Middle East, and to further enhance its global presence, Africa Health will provide a major 3-day exhibition and congress presenting a diverse range of subject topics relating to healthcare in Africa, covering areas from imaging and diagnostics, through to obstetrics, rehabilitation, medical devices, disposables, pharmaceuticals, emergency, laboratory and medical equipment.

This is the perfect way to keep abreast of the latest advances in the medical field especially with Healthcare in Africa that is undergoing drastic changes, with the looming National Health Insurance Plan implementation, as well as with the large private investment taking place in Africa's healthcare system.

Since export into Africa plays an important part of the Hutz strategy, we are glad to announce that we will be exhibiting. Hutz would like to continue building on the success of last year’s congress by exhibiting an extended new range of Ceiling Pendants for ICU and Theatre . We would like to invite all our clients in and around the Gauteng Area to come and visit our stand (number 6D30) at the congress.

Entrance to the Exhibition is FREE of charge so please go and pre-register on the Africa Health website: .