Established in March 2019, the Royal Hospital for Women and Children in Riffa is the only hospital on the island that is dedicated to women and children.
It offers a comprehensive range of clinical services from preventative health checks to advanced general, cosmetic, gynaecological surgeries and much more.
The hospital also boasts one of the most advanced Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) among Bahrain’s numerous private hospitals.
The facility offers an extensive range of medical services including antenatal and a well woman clinic, gynaecology, family medicine, endoscopy, gastroenterology (for children and adults), bone densitometry, cosmetology, minimal invasive and bariatric surgery, fertility clinic (IVF), 24/7 emergency unit and much more.
The hospital’s setting is modern and welcoming, with the two curved main wings of the hospital adjoining a glass atrium which allows for natural light to stream in, creating a relaxed and inviting ambience.
It includes high-end maternity suites alongside luxurious VIP and royal suites to meet your needs in a relaxing and luxurious environment.
In support of the breast cancer awareness month of October, the hospital with its dedicated team of female physicians strive to bring back faith and hope to all women who are worried about their health, need support to face a breast cancer diagnosis or help to fight and cure the disease together as warriors.
Breast and reconstructive surgery consultant Dr Maryam Aljenaidi is a board-certified general surgeon who possesses a fellowship in breast oncoplasty and surgery from Germany, while family physician consultant Dr Ghufran Jassim is a women’s health specialist with many years of experience providing high-quality clinical healthcare.
They are thoroughly supported by an expert team of radiologists which include radiology consultant Dr Marwa Al Meslemani, who successfully achieved her fellowship in breast and women’s imaging from Singapore.
She has also proudly represented Bahrain in the Regional Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign in 2016 and 2017.
Radiology specialist Dr Suzana Nedeljkovic, who graduated from the University of Belgrade and Clinical Centre of Serbia with a sub-specialisation in oncology, also specialises in mammography, core breast biopsy guided by ultrasound and more.
So whether you are worried about breast health and want the facts, need some support to face breast cancer, or want to reach out and talk to someone, the Royal Hospital for Women and Children is here for you.
“The best protection is early detection.”