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Why Exhibit?

Healthcare Event Philippines offers an ideal opportunity to meet talented healthcare professionals from within the region.

Meet the right people

Bringing together the best of the Philippines healthcare industry, whether you are looking to meet an experienced medical specialist or a reliable member of your support staff, this event will serve to satisfy all your business needs in a single event.

Brand yourself as a great place to work

Get an opportunity to present your business pitch directly to the audience, showcasing your presence at the event as a leading player in the healthcare market.

Gain access to over 2,000 qualified professionals

The show will attract English-speaking regional doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals from all levels of seniority and speciality, offering plenty of networking opportunities.

Conduct recruitment effectively, saving time and money

Advertise your vacancies on our official event website and shortlist a few potential candidates prior to the event.


Who will you meet?

Streamline your networking needs with an audience of over 2,000 English-speaking healthcare professionals actively seeking opportunities. Connect with:


Why the Philippines?

Labour shortages has resulted in the globalisation of the labour market for healthcare professionals. The challenges for hospitals around the world is finding and retaining experienced staff such as nurses, allied health professionals, technicians etc.

  • The Philippines is the No. 1 exporter of nurses worldwide with 85% of Filipino nurses working in some 50 countries.

  • Philippines is one of the biggest exporters of labour. It is estimated that there are approximately 10 million Filipino workers spread out in 170 countries. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1.2 million vacancies will emerge for registered nurses between 2014 and 2022.

  • The Philippines represents the greatest source of foreign nurses in the United States, followed by Canada, the Republic of Korea, India, and the United Kingdom.