Adilstonegroup - Bahrain


Specializing in caring for young people, from infants to young adults, encompasses the care, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide range of medical conditions and issues that are specific to the younger population. Treat minor injuries, common illnesses, and some infectious diseases that may affect young people.


Clinical Responsibilities

  • Examining young patients and diagnosing health issues for surgery.
  • Taking patients' medical histories, examining patients, ordering any necessary medical tests, and creating a plan of treatment for the patient. 
  • Must be able to communicate this plan and any medical options to the parents of the patient and answer any questions that they may have concerning the course of action. 
  • Responsibilities may also include administering vaccinations, providing preventative healthcare, and teaching patients and their parents about proper healthcare, like hygiene and nutrition. 
  • Often requires to be on call and work irregular hours as needed.

Academic Responsibilities

  • Keeps abreast of all the latest techniques and developments. Implement them on a selective basis to improve technical standards.
  • Actively participates in the educational activities and training programs of the department.
  • Participates in national and international medical conferences.
  • Provides hospital-wide consultations under the supervision of the attending consultant.

 Administrative Responsibilities

  • Undertakes the administrative duties assigned by the Head of Section or Chairman of the department.
  • Participates in all mandatory departmental activities.
  • Assists the department in the development and implementation of techniques and practices that help maximize the utilization of all resources within the department and across the hospital.
  • Abides by the current hospital and medical staff bylaws, all relevant rules, regulations and policies and keeps self updated of any changes that might occur.
  • Performs any other related duties, as assigned. 


  • Must have graduated from a recognized medical school.
  • Certified in medical specialty by an approved Specialty Board.
  • American board in Specialty/Fellowship program in your country of origin.
  • Minimum two (2) years training in subspecialty required. 
  • Doctor of Medicine 
  • A keen interest in the treatment for and needs of children.
  • A strong working knowledge of pediatric physiology and pharmacology.
  • Excellent precision and dexterity in surgery.
  • A compassionate and caring nature.
  • Strong decision-making, leadership, and team working abilities.