IMTA to promote Medical Tourism to India at FICCI Namaskar Africa -14-16 January 2010 at Lagos, Nigeria

PR Urgent | 2010-01-04

Indian Medical Travel Association (IMTA ) has partnered with FICCI - India’s leading business federation to promote Medical Value Travel to India from the African Continent. Namaskar Africa’ – an Indian business expedition to Africa is being organised by FICCI from 14-16 January 2010 at Lagos Nigeria with due support from Ministry of Commerce, Government of India and ECOWAS Commission.
‘Healthcare is prime focus area at Namskar Africa an Indo African business conclave. The programme also involves an India focus exhibition from 14-16 January 2010 and an ‘India-West Africa Business Forum’ on 14-15 January 2010. The Indian delegation will be lead by India’s Minister of Commerce and Industry, Shri Anand Sharma.
Leading hospitals groups from India – Fortis Hospitals, Apollo Hospitals, Columbia Asia Hospitals and a large number of delegates from the healthcare sector would be presenting at a special Medical Symposium “Global Advances in Super specialty Clinical Care” during the India-West Africa Business Forum. Doctors from leading Indian Hospitals will give presentations on the latest advances in Cardiac care, Cancer, Neuro, Ortho, ENT and Wellness/ Alternative Medicine. The programme will be held in Hotel Eko, Lagos at 10:00 hrs on January 15, 2009 and this symposium is likely to be attended by a large number of local doctors as well as healthcare delegates from 15 African countries.

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