AMH Ties up with SOZA Health UK for Health Assessments


The American Mission Hospital (AMH) has partnered up with Soza Health UK and Dhu3, Bahrain, to conduct health assessments in Bahrain.

Under the theme ‘Wellness in the workplace’ – Protecting your employees’ it has launched the SOZA Health ‘pilot’ assessment program in which, companies can book appointments to conduct Soza Health assessments for their staff.

Trained AMH staff will visit the companies and conduct these assessments, through the scheduling of AMH and Dhu3, the local partner in Bahrain.

It takes less than an hour for each staff member’s Soza assessment, which provides immediate information on where each member stands on the health and wellness spectrum. A customized and confidential report, with suggestions for actionable steps toward better health, is then provided to each employee at the end of their assessment.

“At AMH, we now focus more on wellness initiatives because illness treatments can be avoided with healthy lifestyles. With organizations like Soza Health, which base their testing systems and algorithms on excellent medical research, we can show a health report card to customers so that they can take appropriate corrective steps in nutrition and fitness. And these remedial lifestyles could even result in greater immunization against illnesses”, said Dr. George Cheriyan, the Corporate CEO of AMH.

“With 90 data readings taken in just over 35 minutes, and loaded into Soza’s secure cloud system, each customer would know how his or her body is performing from the health rating they receive”, said Tim King, the CEO of SOZA Health UK, during his visit to Bahrain in the last week of October.

“This pilot program will be run until the end of December 2020, through AMH and Dhu3”, said Paul Groom, the director of Dhu3, a Bahrain based company delivering digital and tech solutions to the GCC market.

Interested companies can contact Renjith Thomas, the head of Corporate Medical Insurance for discussions on how this Programme can benefit the employers, employees and insurance companies.

Key inputs into the Soza Health Assessment Programme have materialized from extensive research at Loughborough University, which is ranked number one on QS World University Rankings, for sports-related subjects, for the third consecutive year.

The companies in Bahrain which have already signed up for these assessments are:

  • InTouch – the first clinic

  • GlobeMed – the first TPA

  • BKIC – the first insurance company

  • Gulf Hotel – the first hotel group

  • Al Bastaki – the first family business

More companies are joining the list in December 2020. Information on Soza can be had at

For more information you can also write to

The British Ambassador to Bahrain speaks about the Soza launch in Bahrain : Please click here 

(Disclaimer: AMH is not directly responsible for all the content on the external websites to which AMH website has links to)
Search in Our Website