Arinda IT Announces Sponsorship Of Australian Healthcare Week

Arinda IT is proud to be a sponsor of the 9th annual Australian Healthcare Week, The event is scheduled for March 27 and 28, 2019 at the International Convention Centre in Sydney.

Tweeds Head NSW, Australia - March 20, 2019 / / —

Arinda IT and Ben Smith are pleased to announce that they are a sponsor of the upcoming Australian Healthcare Week ( https://www.austhealthweek.com.au ). The event is scheduled for 27-28 March, 2019 at the International Convention Centre in Sydney. The event is the fastest growing healthcare conference and exposition in the entire region. There is no fee to attend the expo and the 9th annual event promises to be the largest and most exciting so far.

The attendees are expected to number more than 5000 to hear the 180 speakers who will be presenting information. The exhibitors who will be offering their wares and information are estimated at more than 250. There are six free-to-attend public events and three industry-specific conferences.
Although Arinda IT is a major sponsor, there is still an opportunity for additional sponsors to sign up at the Sponsor page found at https://www.austhealthweek.com.au/sponsors/arinda-it.

Four of the speakers already signed up for the event are Dr. Lachlan Henderson of Epworth HealthCare; Dr. Brigid M. Gillespie, Professor of Patient Safety at Gold Coast University Hospital; Prof. Denise Kirkpatrick, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President at Western Sydney University; and Dr. Ian Town, Chairman of the Health Precinct Advisory Council (NZ) . Many other names of speakers can be seen on the website, along with their titles and fields of expertise.

The event is the largest healthcare event in Australia and is the annual meeting place for the healthcare community to connect, network and explore the future of the operation, delivery and design of the country's healthcare system. The goal is to provide a platform for healthcare professionals to explore solutions and strategies required to improve healthcare provision in Australia at present and in the years to come. AHW has been designed for all areas of the healthcare industry, with attendees which include state health departments, local hospital networks, private and public hospitals, community health services, primary health networks and primary healthcare providers, aged care providers, universities, architects, consulting engineers, healthcare start-ups and solutions providers.

More details and location information are available at https://arinda.com.au

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArindaIt/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/arinda-it/

Contact Info:
Name: Ben Smith
Organization: Arinda IT Support Services Australia
Address: Level 1/20 Stuart St, Tweed Heads NSW 2485
Phone: +61 1300 882 780
Website: https://arinda.com.au

Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWpfnGzey3PSE9BqPkevtnQ

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