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Paediatric neurology consultant joins RBH


Royal Bahrain Hospital is pleased to announce that paediatric neurology consultant Dr Milena Dimic has joined the medical team.

Dr Dimic’s services include the diagnosis, treatment and management of epilepsy and epileptic syndromes, headaches, neuromuscular disorders, spasticity and other movement disorders.

She also provides care for developmental disorders, brain and spinal tumours, neurocutaneous syndromes, neurometabolic, neurodegenerative disorders, neuroimmunologic disorders, strokes and craniofacial deformities in children.

Dr Dimic earned her medical degree at the University of Niš, Serbia in 1980 with an excellent ranking.

She continued at the same medical faculty to obtain a diploma as a specialist in neuropsychiatry in 1990.

Following her diploma, she was employed at the Neuropsychiatric Department of the Clinical Centre Niš specialising in children and adolescent neurology.

She went on to earn her Master’s Degree and a Doctor of Science degree, both in the field of neurology (epilepsy) in 1999 and 2005, at the University of Nis. For more than two decades, she has been working in the field of paediatric neurology, whilst focusing more in the area of epilepsy and developmental disorders.

Dr Dimic also worked as an assistant professor at the Medical School in Niš and was a mentor for children’s neurology.

“We are glad to have Dr Dimic on board at Royal Bahrain Hospital,” said RBH executive director Dr Sheriff Sahadulla.

“Her extensive experience in the field of Paediatric Neurology is a valued addition to the department of Neurology that we believe will contribute to RBH’s distinctive medical services.”

To book your appointment with Dr Dimic, call 17246800 or book online at

You can now also download the Royal Bahrain Hospital mobile app to book your appointments and more on iOS and Android devices.

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