The International Cosmetic Congress (ICC) has announced a cooperation protocol with Medicon for property development to allocate one of the buildings of the Medicon Medical Complex in the Administrative Capital (NAC) for cosmetic, dentistry, and dermatology clinics.
Mohamed Abozeid, President of the Egyptian Association for Women’s Health (Venus), Founder of ICC, revealed that the cooperation with Medicon seeks to benefit from the infrastructure of such a strategic project, which is the first and only integrated medical destination in “R7” the residential area of the New Administrative Capital.
Abozeid considered the new administrative capital as the center of attraction of all countries in the world which is the edge to grab the attention of doctors, patients and operators in the health care activity.
Hossam El-Sergany, CEO of Medicon Property Development Company, said that the protocol represents an important step in the company’s endeavor to provide distinguished and diversified projects in the New Administrative Capital, after the great success achieved by the company’s other projects in the NAC.
El-Sergany announced that Medicon Medical Complex is the largest and the most inclusive in the region, consisting of 115 clinics in various medical specialties and 23 specialized medical centers.
“The cooperation with the ICC to allocate a building containing 52 clinics for the specialties of cosmetic medicine, dermatology and dentistry and five major beauty clinics is a strategic addition to the complex due to the extensive experience of the ICC in the field of scientific research and its provision of an advanced comprehensive platform created for all practitioners of Plastic surgery, aesthetic medicine, and anti-aging,” El-Sergany stated.
“The Congress has proven its leadership over the past years, as it has been put on the map of important medical conferences due to its medical research that focuses on providing plastic surgeons and dermatologists with the latest academic and industrial expertise for their professional advancement in the cosmetic field,” said ICC President Wael Seoudy.
Mohamed Saad, CEO of the ICC, has stressed on the significance of the strategic union with the global and Egyptian drug companies to reach an international level in creating conferences for the medical and aesthetic medicine field.
ICC 2022 is the seventh edition of the congress. More than 1,400 international products for skin care and cosmetics were presented in the event.