This was one of the first municipal hospitals in the pre-independance period. It was called: “Gemeenteziekenhuis Soekaboemi”. In September 1920 it was opened.
Nowadays it is classified as a class B hospital (registration number 3272014) with 520 beds.
The hospital is situated on Jalan Rumah Sakit no. 1 at Kota Sukabumi.
Coordinates are: Latitude:-6,91 and Longitude: 106,936.
The website of the hospital is: http://www.rsudsyamsudin.co.id
From this website we copied some statements on the history of the hospital (Google translated and abbreviated):
RSUD R. Syamsudin, SH. established since the Dutch East Indies government. On September 9, 1920, it was established under the name Gemeente Ziekenhuis based on the Decree of Director Van Binenlands Bestuur. In 1932 it was sold to Vereeniging Van Vrouwen Tot Het Verplegen Van Zieken En Hartdeld ter Eere Gods En Liefde Tot de naaste Onder Dezeiken Pruek/Toevlucht In Leiden, based on Stads Gemeenteraad Soekaboemi Decree No. 41 dated 20 December 1932 jo No. 38 / LR dated 27 December 1933. In 1939 this hospital was sold back to P. Guliek Al Mere Seraphine as Eigendem Perseel on behalf of Roman Catholics on 27 December 1939. Prior to the Independence of the Republic of Indonesia, on January 1, 1943, the management was transferred to Soekaboemi SI (now the Sukabumi city government) under the Head of the Health Section of Bogor Ayu with the appointment of a representative from the Roman Catholic Mission to run it. Lidwina. Then since independence in 1948, based on the Decree of Secretary Van Staad, Hoofd Van Het Gezondheid Department No. 8387 dated April 22, 1948 starting March 1, 1948 returned to Convirgatie Van Zuster Van Bergen Op Zoom as Heersteel in Het Ferteelijke Bezeite by MM CD and the Van Gezonheid Department . In 1949 by the Gezondheid Department (in this case representing the Dutch East Indies Government) the management of this hospital was delegated to the Indonesian Government. It was only in 1952, on December 8, 1952, that the management of St. Lidwina Hospital was under the administration of the small town of Soekaboemi. Furthermore, in 1979 based on the Decree of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 362 dated March 14, 1979 and the Decree of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 51 dated February 22, 1979, this hospital was handed over to the Regional Government Level II Sukabumi Municipality and was named Regional General Hospital R. Syamsudin, SH. Sukabumi City with Class C Regional General Hospital status. In 1993, on June 10, 1993 to be exact, based on the Decree of the Mayor of Sukabumi Dati II Sukabumi Number 5/1993, this hospital was designated as a Regional Self-Financial Trial, and after that, in 1994 based on the Decree of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 494/SK/V/ 94 dated May 30, 1994 RSUD R. Syamsudin, SH Sukabumi City is designated as a Class B Non-Educational Regional General Hospital. The stipulation as a self-funded hospital has only been established since March 17, 1995 according to the Decree of the Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia Number 445,32,208. The first time the accreditation was followed by RSUD R. Syamsudin, SH. Sukabumi City, namely in 1998 with the result that based on the Decree of the Director General of Medical Services of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number: YM 02.03.3.5.5843 dated April 22, 1998 RSUD R. Syamsudin, SH. Sukabumi City received a Hospital Accreditation Certificate with full Accreditation status for 5 (five) standard service services which include: Management Administration, Medical Services, Emergency Services, Nursing Services and Medical Records. And then in 1998 based on the Decree of the Director General of Medical Services of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia Number: YM 00.03.2.2.154 dated January 27, 1998 RSUD R. Syamsudin, SH. Sukabumi City received a Hospital Accreditation Certificate with full Accreditation status for 12 (twelve) standard service services which include: Management Administration, Medical Services, Emergency Services, Nursing Services, Medical Records, Pharmacy, K3, Radiology, Laboratories, Operating Rooms , Infection Control in High-Risk Hospitals and Perinatals.