Thematic villages

Village  Innovation Hub of the FHF Fund

Key attraction at SantExpo, the Innovation Hub of the FHF Fund stands as the new benchmark for discovering innovative and impactful solutions in the healthcare sector. The Innovation Hub of the FHF Fund aims to bring together and inspire decision-makers and professionals in the healthcare industry, whether influential or passionate, by inviting them to explore, discuss, and debate significant advancements.

Village  Architects 

The Architects’ Village® is a real place of exchange and reflection, allowing French and international health professionals and designers to share their vision of the evolution of French and European hospitals and medico-social facilities through their expertise in health architecture. An open village made up of specialised architectural offices and the most renowned experts with a programme of more than 15 conferences, debates and round tables over 3 days. In partnership with ARCHITECTURE HOSPITALIERE MAGAZINE

Village  Well-being and activities

This Village is a real breeding ground for ideas to improve the daily lives of patients. It brings together service companies offering entertainment and well-being solutions for residents, patients and carers in health and medico-social institutions

Village  Construction, Engineering

Come meet the builders, engineering firms, and engineering offices who will be the key partners for your future construction and/or renovation projects. The agenda for these days will focus on construction, sustainable development, biomedical and hospital engineering, hygiene, construction work, and building and personal safety, highlighting this new edition.

Village  Cybersecurity

Dive into the heart of the digital security universe by participating in the Cybersecurity Village. It's the ideal opportunity to showcase your dedicated solutions and expertise in this critical field for health establishments, which are increasingly becoming targets of cyberattacks.

Village  LEEM - Pharmaceutical Companies

For its 6th participation in SantExpo, Leem, the professional organisation of pharmaceutical companies, is bringing together 12 laboratories in its village to welcome visitors for three days structured around the challenges of health democracy. The daily work of manufacturers with associations to advance patient care, the need to guarantee access to medicines in France and the attractiveness of our ecosystem in terms of clinical research are the pillars necessary to offer therapeutic solutions to health professionals and guarantee patients the best chances in the fight against disease. In a context of geopolitical and energy crisis, and in the aftermath of a pandemic that has severely tested our healthcare system, pharmaceutical companies are more than ever at the heart of the innovation challenge.

Village  Healthcare professions

A village dedicated to the attractiveness of healthcare professions, led by the HR Pole of FHF. It's a space specifically designed for professional associations, institutions, and recruiters, featuring a central agora to address issues and the vision of future HR, the challenges of quality of life at work, professional career paths, training, and the promotion of lesser-known professions within the healthcare sector.

Village  Showroom Catel 

The Village Showroom CATEL offers, as part of SantExpo, specialized activities and networking in the field of e-health, focusing on three main themes: innovative devices, patient applications, data solutions, and AI. The Showroom's highlights include: welcoming and guiding visitors for qualified connections with exhibitors, hosting institutional, hospital, and foreign delegations, and providing access to The Docks E-health counter, the first marketplace connecting supply and demand. Visitors will be able to learn about exhibitors and their solutions through articles highlighting their products.

Village  Startup

Avec chaque année près de 30 start-up de moins de 3 ans à l’ouverture du salon, le Village Start-up foisonne d’idées et de solutions novatrices qui contribueront à améliorer la santé de demain. Jeunes, innovants, français ou internationaux, ces acteurs clés du futur répondent aux enjeux liés à la transformation numérique des usages en santé.