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Bali International Hospital Will Celebrate Grand Opening In Q3 2024

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Officials working on the new Bali International Hospital in Sanur have confirmed that the project is on track for completion within the target finishing date.

The new Bali International Hospital is being developed to help put Bali on the map as a leading medical tourism destination in Southeast Asia. 

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The Bali International Hospital is set to become one of the leading healthcare providers on the island. The hospital will care for strictly private patients, both from within Indonesia and around the world.

Bali is already the medical tourism destination of choice for many Australians and New Zealanders, many of whom fly in for world-class dental treatment. 

While the Bali International Hospital is not set to have a dental ward, there are plenty of medical specialties that will be on offer.

The hospital will have five main departments when it opens its doors in 2024: cardiology, neurology, critical illness (ICU), gastroenterology, and orthopedics.

According to the Bali International Hospital website, there will be a comprehensive set of healthcare services on offer.

Signature services include rapid response emergency care. From the Diagnostic Center, top medical professionals will offer health check-ups and screening test services as well as prevention and detection packages.

Specific prevention and detection packages will be on offer for each medical specialty, whether that be cancer, cardiovascular and neurovascular diseases, diabetes and systemic disease, or osteoporosis.

The Bali International Hospital will also specialize in palliative medicine and medical rehabilitation. Undoubtedly the most popular packages are set to be the Medical Tourism Packages which will offer patients who have travelled for medical care a premium concierge service, and Bali travel and hospitality services.

Speaking to reporters the CEO of PT Pertamina Bina Medika IHC, Dr. Mira Dyah Wahyuni, explained “BIH construction will be completed in April 2024, followed by a thorough commissioning process that will include treatment simulations to ensure patient welfare. The Grand Opening is scheduled for the third quarter of 2024.”

It was previously reported that the hospital would open in April 2024, but it has now been confirmed the first patients will be welcomed to wards in the second half of 2024.

With the grand opening set for July-time next year, the team working behind the scenes has lots of work to do. Orders have been placed for the state-of-the-art equipment that will be used throughout the facilities.

Dr Wahyuni told reporters that shipments of MRI scanners, CT scanners, CATH scanners, PET CT, SPEC CT, and endoscopic equipment are all on their way to Sanur. 

Bali International Hospital will be the most modern and sophisticated medical facility in Indonesia and will compete with some of the biggest hospitals in the country.

The government has confirmed that Indonesian citizens will not be permitted to receive care at Bali International Hospital through the BPJS system.

Rather, the hospital will be providing treatment for Indonesian and international patients who will be funding their care either through direct private payment or their medical insurance provider. 

For many prospective medical tourists, Bali is easily a top choice in South East Asia. For tourists planning on coming to Bali for a series of treatments, surgeries, or long-term treatment, all of the supporting infrastructure for health and wellbeing is already in place. 

Sanur is an easily accessible location, sitting just minutes away from the airport and accessible via the Ngurah Rai Bypass; tourists can touch down and be at the doors of the Bali International Hospital in less than 90 minutes. 

For those receiving out-patient care or heading in and out of the hospital for a series of treatments, there is a great range of affordable accommodation options around Sanur that will enable patients to create a home away from home for themselves for the duration of their treatment. 

One of the key points leaders have been keen to promote when talking about the development of the Bali International Hospital is the provision of supportive, holistic healthcare throughout the island.

Patients will not only have access to the finest scientific medical advancements of the last decade, but all around the island they will also be able to tap into the ancient, traditional wisdom of Balinese medicine and wellness; whether that be through food, meditation, movement or even traditional healing.

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Albert

Tuesday 12th of December 2023

You can sing, but you can't dance.

Dman

Monday 11th of December 2023

Top quality healthcare that only the rich bule can afford! Bad luck if your a sick and poor Indonesian.

Rika

Saturday 9th of December 2023

Thailand has become the country of choice for medical tourism procedures because over decades it has built a reputation of good service at a good price with good doctors...

Meanwhile, Bali has over decades has built up a reputation for poor service at outrageous prices with questionable doctors...

Not to mention, scams, rubber prices, and intimidation

Reputation is everything

Wayan Bo

Friday 8th of December 2023

Hopefully the one of ten worlds best?!

Exp

Friday 8th of December 2023

A lot of talk about buildings and equipment.

However, the most important is the medical human recourses training, expertise and competence and their communication skills. If they are not fluent in English how can we be sure the doctors are up to date on the latest status in their field? Do they read international medical journals, attend international conferences, do regular training?

This is the main reason I opt for (lets say) Singapore instead of Bali.