Four Seasons Bahrain Bay gets in-house clinic

Minister of Health HE Faeqa bint Saeed AlSaleh inaugurated the in-house clinic at Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay

Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay gets an employee clinic.
Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay gets an employee clinic.

Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay has the distinction of now being the first hotel in the Kingdom of Bahrain to have an in-house clinic for its employees.

HE Faeqa bint Saeed AlSaleh, Minister of Health of the Kingdom of Bahrain, inaugurated the country's first hotel clinic.

The opening ceremony was hosted by the hotel's general manager Greg Pirkle, in the company of Dr. Mariam Adhbi Al-Jalahma, executive head of National Health Regulatory Authority, as well as official dignitaries and members of the local medical community.

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The new medical facility is based on the ground floor of the hotel close to the employee entrance.

HE AlSaleh said: "I am impressed to see that the management of Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay handles the health of its employees with the utmost importance. I am confident that the new clinic will provide a very high level of medical service to all Four Seasons staff."

Open six days a week, eight hours daily, the in-house clinic is headed by Dr. Mohammed Imran, general practitioner, Al Hilal Hospital Bahrain.

Pirkle said: "We are the first hotel in Bahrain offering a professional in-house medical service to our employees and we could not be more proud to secure this facility on site, conveniently located next to our human resources department and employee entrance."

He continued: "We believe our greatest asset and the key to our success is our people. Our formula to achieve undisputed leadership focuses on being number one with our employees throughout Four Seasons and being the best employer for a high performing and diverse workforce. We continually strive to secure better work environment for our employees and we believe with the in-house clinic we succeeded in achieving this goal."

Read Hotelier Middle East's in-depth feature on the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay.


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