Health Clinics

Bahrain Clinic

We are the most forward deployed clinic of U.S. Naval Hospital Sigonella, Italy.  We are responsible for providing care to Naval Support Activity Bahrain, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, Commander Fifth Fleet, and 147 tenant commands.  We also provide primary care delivery to more than 5,000 beneficiaries ashore and provide medical support to more than 15,000 fleet Sailors, Marines, and other DoD personnel operating in the Central Command theatre.  All inpatient care is provided by local, host nation facilities and must be coordinated by the TRICARE Referral Office. The Naval Branch Health Clinic has established partnerships with local hospitals through the International SOS, also known as ISOS. These partnerships make up our local Preferred Network. 
If you get injured off-base and need to be seen immediately, we recommend that you go to one of the preferred hospitals. If it is an emergency on base dial 4911, if dialing from a DSN line.  If you are dialing from a Bahrain cellphone or local landline the emergency number is +973-1785-4911.

If you are near the clinic afterhours and experience an emergency there is an emergency phone at the entrance to the clinic that dials directly to dispatch on base, who will notify the ambulance service. If you are not sure if you need to be seen immediately, you can always call the Nurse Advice Line.  The number for the Nurse Advice line is +973-8000-0453. 

NBHC Bahrain Scope of Services

A native of Kendall, WI Commander Joseph Reardon attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison earning a Bachelor of Science degree.  He was accepted to The Ohio State University College of Dentistry where in 2008 he received a Doctorate of Dental Surgery and was inducted into Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society.

In June 2008 after receiving a commission via the Health Professions Scholarship Program Lieutenant Reardon reported to Officer Development School Newport, RI.  Upon graduation he reported to National Naval Medical Center Bethesda, MD completing a General Practice Residency in 2009.  He then transferred to Norfolk, VA and was assigned the Health Services Department Head and Senior Dental Officer aboard USS CARTER HALL (LSD 50).  While assigned he participated in a nine month 5th Fleet Deployment during the Arab Spring and a 3 month relief mission in the aftermath of the January 2010 Haitian Earthquake for Operation Unified Response delivering emergency treatment and supplies.

In 2011 Lieutenant Reardon moved to Naval Branch Health Clinic Bahrain as assistant dental officer.  Here he was instrumental in MEDIG and Joint Commission inspections as Branch Infection Control Officer and was awarded 2012 Junior Officer of the Year.  After acceptance to outservice Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery training Lieutenant Reardon trained at the University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester, NY.

In 2017, Lieutenant Commander Reardon was assigned aboard USS JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74) where he was Departmental Principal Assistant and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon.  Upon completion of a seven month around the world deployment with homeport shift from Bremerton, WA to Norfolk, VA, Lieutenant Commander Reardon transferred to Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD), CA.  At NMCSD he served as Dental Department Head of Branch Dental Clinic Naval Base San Diego (32nd St), the largest Navy Dental Clinic on the West Coast and Interim Officer in Charge of Naval Medical Readiness and Training Unit Naval Base San Diego, Eastlake Clinic, and Regional Area Dental Laboratory.

Filling an imminent deployment hotfill, CDR Reardon transferred to USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN 72) as the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon.  Upon completion of the seven month Western Pacific deployment including RIMPAC 2022, CDR Reardon transferred to NMRTU Bahrain as Officer in Charge.

Decorations as a result of being surrounded by incredible shipmates include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (5 awards), Surface Warfare Medical Department Designation (SWMDO), and various unit and campaign awards.
A native of Irving, Texas, Master Chief Petty Officer Wasim S. Mohamed enlisted in the Navy in February 1998. Following graduation from basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois, he reported to Hospital Corpsman (HM) A School. He later graduated from Fleet Marine Force Training in Delmar, California. Master Chief Mohamed afloat and overseas tours include Naval Special Warfare Group TWO Logistics Support Unit, SEAL Team EIGHT, USS FARRAGUT (DDG 99), USS DEWERT (FFG 45), NSA Souda Bay, Greece, 3rd Medical Battalion Camp Hansen Okinawa, Japan, and Individual Augmentee assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Ashore tours include Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport, Florida, Independent Duty Corpsman School San Diego, California, Branch Health Clinic Quantico, Virginia, Pharmacy Technician School Portsmouth, Virginia. His last assignment was Expeditionary Strike Group Seven Detachment Sasebo, Japan.

Master Chief Mohamed is designated Surface Warfare, Expeditionary Warfare Specialist, and Fleet Marine Force. He is authorized to wear the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (6th Award), Army Commendation, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and various unit and campaign awards.

He is married to the former Christine Shiwji from Queens, New York. Together they have three wonderful children Dimitri, and twin girls Angelina and Julianna.

Contact Us

Clinic Hours

0730-1600 (Sun/Mon/Tues/Thurs)
0730-1500 (Wed)


Medical Homeport Front Desk:

DSN: 318-439-6110
Commercial: +973-1785-6110

Central Appointments:


Dental Front Desk:

DSN: 318-439-4211         
Commercial: +973-1785-4211
NBHC OOD: +973-3941-9651


On base: 4911
Off base: +973-1785-4911

TRICARE Nurse Advice Line:


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