Bahrain Healthcare Spending 2000-2020

Current expenditures on health per capita in current US dollars. Estimates of current health expenditures include healthcare goods and services consumed during each year.
  • Bahrain healthcare spending for 2017 was $1,127, a 2.53% increase from 2016.
  • Bahrain healthcare spending for 2016 was $1,099, a 2.6% decline from 2015.
  • Bahrain healthcare spending for 2015 was $1,129, a 2.52% increase from 2014.
  • Bahrain healthcare spending for 2014 was $1,101, a 3.25% increase from 2013.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Per Capita (US $)
United States $10,246
Switzerland $9,956
Norway $7,936
Iceland $6,086
Sweden $5,905
Denmark $5,800
Luxembourg $5,783
Australia $5,332
Germany $5,033
Ireland $4,977
Austria $4,940
Netherlands $4,911
Canada $4,755
Belgium $4,507
France $4,380
Finland $4,206
Japan $4,169
Andorra $4,041
New Zealand $3,937
United Kingdom $3,859
San Marino $3,362
Israel $3,145
Monaco $2,932
Italy $2,840
Singapore $2,619
Malta $2,586
Spain $2,506
South Korea $2,283
Slovenia $1,920
Portugal $1,908
Bahamas $1,772
Cyprus $1,732
Qatar $1,649
Palau $1,596
Uruguay $1,592
Kuwait $1,529
Greece $1,517
Czech Republic $1,476
Chile $1,382
UAE $1,357
Argentina $1,325
Estonia $1,300
Slovak Republic $1,186
Barbados $1,184
Bahrain $1,127
Trinidad and Tobago $1,124
Panama $1,112
Saudi Arabia $1,093
Lithuania $1,078
Hungary $981
Latvia $930
Poland $907
St. Kitts and Nevis $903
Croatia $902
Seychelles $792
Antigua and Barbuda $674
Brunei $671
Oman $588
Bahrain Healthcare Spending - Historical Data
Year Per Capita (US $) % of GDP
2017 $1,127 4.75%
2016 $1,099 4.86%
2015 $1,129 4.98%
2014 $1,101 4.41%
2013 $1,066 4.31%
2012 $971 4.11%
2011 $805 3.58%
2010 $796 3.84%
2009 $785 4.06%
2008 $758 3.29%
2007 $693 3.30%
2006 $591 3.06%
2005 $570 3.18%
2004 $550 3.47%
2003 $567 3.99%
2002 $503 3.85%
2001 $485 3.68%
2000 $486 3.56%