Australian Healthcare Week postponed


Monday, 23 March, 2020

Australian Healthcare Week postponed

Despite record numbers of pre-registered attendees and the largest number of confirmed exhibitors in the event’s history, the difficult decision has been made to reschedule Australian Healthcare Week 2020.

After a careful review of the current situation with COVID-19 and extensive consultation with the Australian Government Department of Health, NSW Health and key event stakeholders — including exhibitors and partners — current guidance on travel and large group gatherings means running the event as planned in March is inadvisable.

Australian Healthcare Week’s top priority is the wellbeing and safety of its customers, partners and employees.

Originally scheduled to run from 25–26 March, the event will now take place on 30 September — 1 October 2020. The venue, the ICC Sydney, remains unchanged.

For anyone who has registered to attend, please be reassured that your registration has been taken forward. Any questions, please reach out to info@austhealthweek.com.au.

The Australian Healthcare Week Team looks forward to welcoming all of its exhibitors, partners, speakers, delegates and attendees to the show on its new dates in September!

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