Confronting COVID-19 Together

By Justin Siberell US Ambassador to Kingdom of Bahrain   Americans and Bahrainis have been working together to combat epidemics for more than 100 years.  One of the first activities of the doctors and nurses of what would become the American Mission Hospital at its founding in the early 1900’s was offering medical care to …

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Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Manama, Bahrain, March 19, 2020 

Health Alert – U.S. Embassy Manama, Bahrain, March 19, 2020 Location:  Throughout Bahrain  Event:    The Ministry of Health continues to track and publish new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Bahrain.  Updates on COVID-19 in Bahrain and the measures taken to reduce its spread are available on the Ministry of Health’s website:  www.moh.gov.bh .   The Government of Bahrain …

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U.S. Ambassador Visits American Mission Hospital

As part of the Discover America Week events, Unites States Ambassador to the Kingdom of Bahrain Justin Siberell visited the American Mission Hospital on October 16. The American Mission Hospital traces its origins back to 1893 and the establishment of the Arabian Mission by the Reformed Church in New Brunswick, New Jersey.  American physicians began …

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U.S. Embassy Marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month

On October 19, Deputy Chief of Mission Aimee Cutrona hosted Ms. Julie Sprakel at the U.S. Embassy for a presentation on Breast Cancer Awareness for U.S. Embassy staff.  With 16 years of healthcare experience, Ms. Sprakel is the Founder and President of Think Pink, Bahrain’s first registered breast cancer awareness charity.  Since Think Pink’s founding …

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