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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Advent Bandung Hospital


Bandung Adventist Hospital was established on October 2, 1950 by Donald N. Holm was a doctor and missionary Adventist Church. At first Adventist Hospital is located at 40 Castle Street, Bandung former residence of Dutch people who converted to health facilities with a capacity of 24 beds.

Hospitals are then developed so that in 1953, and additional hospital bought the land for residential building of medical staff and other health facilities. Because of the positive response from the community about the year 1960 Bandung Adventist Hospital has grown to 110 beds. To serve the wider community hospital was transferred to Advent Cihampelas Road 161, where a more strategic and broader. On January 24, 1963 First Lady inaugurated Hartini Soekarno bertinggat hospital building with a capacity of 3 beds 150.

Over the years Bandung Adventist Hospital known as "the American Hospital" because most of the doctors come from the United Sekikat. In 1970 the leadership of the hospital were transferred to the son of Indonesia. Dr. Henry Novak was the last foreign doctor who became chief Bandung Adventist Hospital.

Year 1990 Bandung Adventist Hospital is one of the best hospitals in the health facilities. One executive rooms and 2 VIP rooms inaugurated in April 2000, then added 10 VIP rooms in 1997, so this hospital bed capacity of 215.

September 2000 established the Central level 2 patient and the Newstart Plaza. Year 2003 added a wing on the 3rd floor for inpatient rooms 3 and 6 Super VIP room.

Bandung Adventist Hospital is one of 500 hospitals and clinics in the Hospital and Clinics network worldwide network of managed and owned by the Church of Seventh-day Adventist.

Awards and Accreditation

* BEST APPEARANCE 1994, in the field of application of Standard Service, Performance and Management Cancer Hospital.

* 1986 Award of 1, work performance-Se Hospital in West Java.

* AKREDITASI, Hospital Accreditation Committee (Kars). Accreditation for 12 years.


* Public Service, Anesthesiology, Cardiology, Dermato-Venerology, Digestive, Endocrine, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Nephrology (Kidney Disease), Neurology, Nutrition, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Oncology (Cancer), Opthamology, Orthopedic, Otorhinolaryngology (ENT ), Pediatrics, Pediatric Surgeon, Psychiatry and Mental Health, Psychology, Public Health, Pulmonology, Radiology, Spine, Tropical Infection, Urology.

* Health Services, Medical Check-Up, Hemodialysis Unit, Rehabilitation, Spine Center, Emergency Care, Intensive Care, Home Care, One-Day Surgery, Charity Clinic.

* Special Services, Pastoral Care, Community Health Education, Counseling Psychology.

* Health Facilities, Rooms, Diagnostic Imaging, Treatment, Clinical, Laboratory, Pharmacy, ICU.

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