American Mission Hospital (AMH) is the oldest hospital in the GCC and in Bahrain and has provided healthcare for 115 years continuously to the people of Bahrain. Established as a charitable, mission hospital by missionaries from the Reformed Church in America in 1902, it continues to serve in this capacity as the only not for profit private healthcare provider in Bahrain. 

AMH has witnessed the transformation of the region by the hydro -carbon  industry and has several firsts to its credit in training the first Bahraini  doctors, nurses and technicians. AMH continues to be a leader in setting the standards for healthcare in the country and works closely with the ministries in meeting today’s healthcare challenges. It provides state of the art care with quality and patient safety as its highest priority at an affordable price to all sections of the community.

 AMH has one main hospital that provides comprehensive specialty/sub-specialty care, and two ambulatory care facilities. AMH was the first hospital in Bahrain to receive international accreditation and is both ISO/OSHAS and ACHSI (Australian) accredited. Further expansion is planned with developing ambulatory care centers with ‘wellness’ as a concept in the community to facilitate ease of access.