Health experts will gather in Bahrain tomorrow (September 16) to develop a scheme that will prevent medical errors and malpractice.
The conference, called Second Arab Gulf Forum for Medical Administration - Medical Errors, will be
Bahraini patients could soon be spared the pain of travelling abroad for medical treatment.
Under a new health plan, they would be provided all the therapeutic care they need at home, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN)
Health workers in Bahrain are getting specialist training on how to tackle potentially fatal illnesses among haj pilgrims.
The Bahraini Haj Medical Committee is being equipped with more than 500 types of medicines to protect an es
A new committee to support free consultations to private sector health clinics has been formed by the Bahrain Small and Medium Enterprises Development Society.
The ‘Private Clinics and Health Centers Development Committee&rs
Health authorities have tightened controls on the sale of prescription drugs at Bahrain's main hospital.
The new measures come after scores of patients have been caught taking drugs at higher dosages than prescribed to them or medic
Seventy-eight percent of the world’s employers are strongly committed to creating a workplace culture of health, to boost individual engagement and organisational performance, according to a new study.
The new survey of empl
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) held a live twitter clinic to discuss health aspects to be considered before, during and after the Haj pilgrimage.
The two-hour live DHA clinic known as the “#smart_clinic” on DHA’s twi
An emergency meeting of GCC health ministers will be held next week to assess member states’ contingency plans in the wake of the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Scheduled to be held in Riyadh next on August 20, the me
UAE’s National Health Insurance Company – Daman has issued the first health insurance policy under the Dubai mandatory health scheme.
The policy with Ginco General Contracting, a prominent regional contracting firm, wi
Saudi Arabia reported only 10 confirmed new cases of a deadly respiratory disease during Ramadan, and subsequent Eid Al-Fitr holiday, after fears that an influx of pilgrims over the period might spread the infection more widely.