Rumah Sakit Hasan Sadikin

This general hospital used to be owned by the municipality of Bandung. In the course of history the hospital knew many names, lately it was used by the Padjadjaran University as teaching hospital with 600 beds. Nowadays, the hospital is called: Rumah Sakit Hasan Sadikin. It is classified as a category A hospital (registration number: 3273015 ) with 794 beds and resorts directly under the Ministry of Health (KEMKES). It is a top referral hospital and the only place to teach nuclear medicine. The hospital is situated on Jalan Pasteur no.38, Kec. Sukajadi, Kota Bandung (Province of Jawa Barat). Coordinates are: Latitude: -7,09 and Longitude: 107,25. The website of the hospital is : From this website we copied a few statements on the history of the hospital (Google translated and abbreviated):

Dr. Hospital Hasan Sadikin Bandung was built in 1920 and inaugurated on October 15, 1923 under the name “Het Algemeene Bandoengsche Ziekenhuijs”. On April 30, 1927 the name was changed to “Het Gemeente Ziekenhuis Juliana” with a capacity of 300 beds. During the Japanese occupation, this hospital was used as a Military Hospital. After Indonesia’s independence, it was managed by the local government, which was known by the people of West Java as “Ranca Badak Hospital”. In 1954 the Ranca Badak Hospital was designated as a provincial hospital and is under the supervision of the Ministry of Health. Furthermore, in 1956 it was made into a public hospital with a capacity of 600 beds, along with the establishment of the Faculty of Medicine, Padjadjaran University. Since then the Ranca Badak Hospital has been used as a place of education by the Faculty of Medicine, Padjadjaran University and is the beginning of the collaboration between the Ranca Badak Hospital and the Faculty of Medicine, Padjadjaran University. Hospital History / History Dr. Hasan Sadikin.
On October 8, 1967 the name Ranca Badak Hospital was changed to Dr. Hasan Sadikin (RSHS), which functions as the Technical Implementation Unit (UPT) of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia and is directly responsible to the Director General of Medical Services. In 1992-1997 RSHS was designated as a self-financing unit. The issuance of Law number 20 of 1997 concerning PNBP which was followed up by the Decree of the Minister of Finance number 124 of 1997 caused the status of RSHS to change to become a Hospital for Non-Tax State Revenue Users (PNBP) which must deposit all revenues into the state treasury.