This army hospital has been developed from the original dutch mission hospital Soekoen. Nowadays the hospital is owned by TNI AD and is classified as a category B hospital (registration code 3573022) with a bedcapacity of 179 beds. The address of the hospital is: Jalan S. Supriadi no. 22, Sukun, kota Malang (Jawa Timur).
The website of the hospital is: http://www.rssoepraoen.com.
From this website we copied some statements on its history (Google translated and abbreviated):
Kindergarten Hospital II dr. Soepraoen was formerly a Christian Hospital owned by Zending. While the Army Hospital during the Japanese occupation was Celaket Hospital (now it is Dr. SAIFUL ANWAR Hospital). When the Dutch occupied Malang City, the Christian Hospital / Zending was made by the Dutch as a Military Hospital. After the transfer of sovereignty, the Dutch Army Hospital in Sukun in May 1950 was gradually handed over to the Indonesian Department with the status of Zending's. The Defense and Security leadership through General Gatot Soebroto in 1960 visited the Sukun Army Hospital and suggested that the Sukun RST should still be used by the TNI. The Celaket Hospital was used as a regional General Hospital and Zending was given appropriate compensation so that he could build a new hospital to replace the Christian / Zending Hospital in Sukun. Since the Army Hospital in Sukun belonged to Zending, the Ministry of Health, TNI and Zending held deliberations and reached the following agreement: The TNI continued to use the Christian Hospital / Zending in Sukun and the Celaket RST was used by the RSUD (by giving compensation to the TNI). The handover of the exchange between the Hospital and the Army Hospital was carried out when the Head of the Army Hospital was in Position by Colonel Dr. Soeparno, Governor of East Java: Wahono with the Military Commander V/Brawijaya Major General Syaiful Sulun in 1984. When the Tk. II dr. Soepraoen stands on an area of 735 Ha, which is under the Military Regional Health v/Brawijaya with operational permits in accordance with the Decree of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia number: YM.02.04.3.1.3469 dated 01 August 2006.