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'The 30th Korea International Medical & Hospital Equipment Show (KIMES 2014)' has Kicked off!

One Stop Trade Show for Medical & Hospital Equipment!

SEOUL, South Korea, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The 30th Korea International Medical & Hospital Show(KIMES 2014) has begun today(13th) at COEX in Seoul, which is dedicated to medical and health care industry's development and vitalization.

KIMES 2014 takes place until 16th(Sun) for four days, organized by KOREA E&EX INC., Kmdica(Korea Medical Devices Industrial Cooperative), KMDIA(Korea Medical Devices Industry Association), and sponsored by MOTIE, Ministry of health & welfare, KFDA, Seoul Metropolitan Government, kotra, Korea Health Industry Development Institute, Korea Medical Association, Korean Hospital Association, KOREAN MEDICAL WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, KOREAN NURSES ASSOCIATION, KOMEDIA and digital BOSA.

The 30th KIMES 2014 takes place under the theme of  'Smart World for Better Life' with 1,095 companies from 38 countries including America, Germany, England, Japan, China, Italy, and Taiwan introducing up to 30,000 or so items such as advanced medical equipment, hospital equipment, medical information, and medical products. It is expected that up to 70,000 visitors come to KIMES 2014 where the leading medical manufacturers of the world join with the scale of 38,350m2

Including domestic companies such as Samsung, DK Medical Systems, JW Medical, Medien International, Listem, Alpinion Medical Systems, HDX, SG Healthcare, a lot of global popular companies such as GE Healthcare, Toshiba Medical, Shimadzu, Fuji Film participate at the show.

Place for Latest Information and Information Exchange !

It offers diverse educational conference and international forum for medical professionals at the show. It represents the most comprehensive educational opportunity for the medical professional available this year.

During the show, plenty of seminars will be featured such as 'Medical Industry Policy Seminar', 'Special Lecture for Health Care Provider', and 'Global Trade Conference' as well as 'International Academic Conference of Radiological Technologist and Special Lecture' and 'Seoul Physical Therapy Association Conference and Supplementary Education' on 98 themes in total from 13th to 16th, which will provide high quality information on health care.

The unique Korean medical show is suggesting the direction for the future medical technology through projected 70,000 visitors who would be obtaining information on all the current and future trends at the North-East Asia's premier medical event.

The range of exhibits at KIMES includes consultation, diagnosis central supply, clinical examination, hospital accommodation, emergency equipment, radiology, medical information system, surgical apparatus, oriental medicine, cure apparatus, pharmaceutical, physiotherapy apparatus, obesity cure, healthcare, ophthalmic apparatus, medical device component, medical service, dental apparatus, disposable apparatus and others.

The Asian's premier medical event has been growing as the hub of attraction for all those involved in the medical and health care industries. With excessive demands from the Korean consumers, the development of the medical industry in Korea is remarkably fast-growing. In the circumstances, KIMES's filling of the role of the platform where manufacturers and consumers can find their satisfactions.

It opens from 10am to 6pm, and will equally continue on weekend(Saturday, Sunday) for those who are not available on week days. (fee: 10,000 won) For more information, visit www.kimes.kr or contact KIMES 2014 secretariat with number 02-551-0102.

SOURCE Korea International Medical & Hospital Show

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