Doctors on duty at Bahrain's main public hospital claim they are being treated "worse than labourers" due to allegedly "filthy" conditions and bed shortages in the on-call rooms.
They allege a ceiling even
Doctors at Bahrain's main hospital, Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), have been accused of fleecing patients by charging them five times the cost of treatment to avoid lengthy waiting lists.
Sources said the victims - usually e
A rush of patients at Bahrain's main public hospital has led to a bed shortage, said a top official.
More than 50 patients who showed up at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) on Sunday night didn't get a bed until yesterday morning, an offici
Bahrain will go pink this month in support of breast cancer awareness and prevention, with alarming statistics showing GCC women were developing the illness as early as in their teens.
Fundraising activities and awareness drives to highlig
Security has been stepped up at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) in the last few days, the Gulf Daily News has learnt.
Doctors and visitors said though there was no marked increase in the number of security men, main entrances were once aga
Nursing staff at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), who have not been paid overtime allowances since February, could have the money in their accounts this week.
Disruption at the hospital in February and March, when it was taken over by prot
Forty-eight doctors, nurses and other medical staff appeared in court for the first time in connection with the illegal occupation of Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) by protesters between February and March.
Twenty of them are charged with
Swift and strict action against anyone violating rules and regulations at Bahrain’s Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), health officials said.
The pledge was made during a visit by Health Ministry Under-Secretary Dr Abdul Hai Al Awadhi to the
Kuwait Finance House – Bahrain (KFH-Bahrain) is supporting the installation of a state-of-the-art MRI scanning facility at the Salmaniya Medical Complex, for diagnosis of breast cancer.
The support of the Islamic investment banking service
Bahrain has invited the United Nations to investigate allegations of human rights abuse during the military takeover of a hospital in March, the Acting Health Minister said.
Dr Fatima Al Balooshi said she proposed that the World Health Org