How are healthcare services in Bahrain?
When we asked expats and global nomads about the quality of medical care in Bahrain, they replied...
"In Bahrain, healthcare services are provided by both public and private institutions. The public healthcare system is managed by the Ministry of Health and provides a range of services, including primary care, specialist care, and hospital services. The quality of public healthcare is generally good, with modern facilities and well-trained staff. Foreign residents in Bahrain have access to the public healthcare system, although they may need to pay for some services. Expats in Bahrain can use the public healthcare system by registering with the Ministry of Health and obtaining a health card. This card allows them to access public healthcare services at a reduced cost," explained one expat living in Bahrain.
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- What are medical services in Bahrain like?
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How are healthcare services in Bahrain?If you live in Bahrain, newcomers to Bahrain would love to hear your answer to this question: