Bandung is the capital city of the province of West Java, Indonesia . Bandung is located about 768 m above the sea level, and thus has mild temperatures the entire year. The average rainfall that this city receives ranges from 1,000 meters to 3,500 meters. The city of Bandung is completely surrounded by active volcanoes and the average temperature is 22 degrees centigrade.
Bandung has been a hub for research and development and has attracted several foreign collaborators in its latest developments and in its treatment of various diseases. Most doctors in Bandung understand English easily making communication a non issue. The following are some of the good hospitals one can find in Bandung.
Bandung Adventist Hospital : This hospital has facilities for the treatment of all sorts of diseases, and thus is one of the most popular hospitals in the entire country. The hospital is well endowed with modern facilities and services for the treatment of cardiology, neurology, gastroenterology, and general surgery. 12 of the hospital's primary services are endorsed wholeheartedly by the Indonesian Government.
Santosa Bandung Hospital : This hospital is of international repute, and has branches in most modern cities of the world. Santosa Bandung hospital is equipped with about 400 beds, and occupies a vast area of 36,000 square meters. The hospital started its operations in the year 2006 when it was inaugurated by the Indonesian Health Minister – Dr. Siti Fadilh Supari. The hospital is well equipped with modern facilities and more than 200 specialists. The hospital is also collaborating with other overseas hospitals like Singhealth and Epworth Hospital.
Bethesda Hospital : This hospital was founded early on in 1899 and is one of the oldest in Bandung. This private hospital is one of the largest hospitals in the city. It is marked by the quality of its facilities and services which are of international repute. Bethesda has also been certified as an ISO 9002 Hospital.
Hasan Sadikin Hospital : Established in 1810, it owes its origin to the Dutch colonial rulers. This hospital was initially a center of treatment for the Japanese troops and military personnel. Since then, under the rule of the current Indonesian government the hospital has been remodeled and recast in terms of its customer base and its focus.