Saudi Arabia will build a SR2 billion ($533 million) comprehensive medical center with a 1,000-bed capacity in eastern Jeddah, a report said.
The kingdom’s Health Ministry has also approved a sum of SR150 million to build a
Bahrain is at its highest state of alert over a potential MERS Coronavirus outbreak, said a health ministry official.
The Health Ministry was yesterday (November 18) put on high alert although Bahrain remains free of the deadly vi
VIVA has announced the signing of a strategic agreement with the Health Ministry to help strengthen Bahrain's health system and end-to-end patient experience.
The agreement was signed at the ongoing Gitex Technology Week 2013,
Bahrain has not registered any case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus, said a top official.
Public Health Department director Dr Mariam Al Hajri highlighted the Health Ministry’s readiness to deal with any
Bahrain is free of meat products contaminated with pork and horsemeat, according to a top Health Ministry official.
Twenty-two imported frozen and canned meat brands were pulled from shelves earlier this month after being wrongly
Bahrain is planning to open a third anti-smoking clinic as growing numbers of people seek help trying to kick the habit, said a report.
The facility is expected to be up and running in Hidd next month and will complement existing
An air ambulance service will be introduced in Bahrain to overcome delays facing emergency vehicles on the country's congested roads, said a senior government official.
The scheme is already in the pilot phase and the Health M
More than half of swimming pools in Bahrain fail to meet basic safety standards and could be putting lives at risk, according to a major inspection campaign.
Forty-eight out of 87 facilities across the country were being rented ou
Bahrain’s efforts to increase the efficiency of public services got a boost yesterday as a new feedback system was launched, a report said.
HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and F
Health officials in Bahrain have issued a warning against buying fruit and vegetables from street vendors amid fears they could be harmful.
Health inspectors will be out in force to ensure grocers follow Bahrain's hygiene laws