This hospital used to be a provincial hospital for the province of Central Java.
The hospital is classified as a category B hospital (registration number 3319010) with 379 beds.
The staff of the hospital has 867 persons, of whom 63 medical doctors ( 39 specialists), 375 nurses, 51 midwifes, 39 pharmacy personnel, 229 housekeeping, food and maintenance and 249 management and administration.
The hospital is situated on Jalan Dr. Loekmono Hadi no. 19 at Kudus.
Coordinates: Latitude: -6,81 and Longitude: 110,836.
The website of the hospital is: http://www.rsudkudus.com. From this website we copied a few statements on its history (Google translated and abbreviated):
Kudus General Hospital was founded in 1928 by the Dutch East Indies Government, and the first Director was dr. C. Van Proosdy. In 1942, Japan entered and controlled the Dutch East Indies, so that the Kudus General Hospital was also controlled by the Japanese. In 1945 Japan lost the war and Indonesia proclaimed its independence, thus the General Hospital came under the control of the Indonesian government. During the Japanese administration, the Kudus General Hospital was led by d Lie Gik Djing, dr.R.SW.Roroem and dr. Tjia, then after the Japanese left, in 1946 the Kudus General Hospital was led by dr. Loekmonohadi. Kudus General Hospital is also used as a place for lectures and practice by the Medical College (PTK), so that the Kudus General Hospital in addition to carrying out health services is also a place for the education of doctors, midwives and nurses. In 1983, based on the Decree of the District Head of Kudus Level II Region September 9, 1983 Number 061/433/1983 concerning the organizational structure and work procedures of the General Hospital stipulated that the Kudus General Hospital was a class C Hospital, namely a General Hospital that carried out health services at least 4 (four) branches of specialization, namely: Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology and Children's Health. In 1991, based on Presidential Decree No. 38/Keppres.SK/VIII/1991 dated 26 August 1991 concerning Self-funding Units and financial management procedures for the Kudus General Hospital. This is intended so that the Kudus General Hospital can improve health services to the community. In this regard, the Regional Government of Kudus Regency through Kudus Regency Regional Regulation number 17 of 1992 concerning the Determination of the Kudus Regional General Hospital to become a Regional Self Funding Unit Hospital where the Hospital has the authority to manage and use its functional reception directly. In 1993, based on the Decree of the Head of the District Head of the Level II Kudus Region Number 1884/306/1993 concerning trials for the General Hospital of the Kudus Regency of Dati II as a Self Funding Unit and procedures for managing its finances. In 1994, the Decree of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 22/Mendagri/SK/III/1994 dated March 22, 1994 concerning Organizational Guidelines and Work Procedures for Regional Public Hospitals was issued. In 1995, with the Decree of the Minister of Health Number 1997/Menkes/SK/I/1995 dated January 30, 1995 concerning upgrading the class of the Regional General Hospital owned by the Kudus District Government from a class C General Hospital to a Class B General Hospital Non Education. In 1996, Decree of the Regent of KDH Level II Kudus was issued No.445/526/1996 dated 6 February 1996 regarding Class Determination of the District General Hospital of Kudus II Regency from Class C to Class B Non-Educational. In 1997, the Dati II Kudus Regency Regional Regulation No. 3 of 1997 dated February 5, 1997 was issued concerning the Organization and Work Procedure of the Dati II Kudus District General Hospital. Perda 2001, issued Presidential Decree No. 20 of 2001 concerning Guidelines for Institutions and Management of Regional Hospitals and in 2002 issued Decree of the Minister of Home Affairs No. 1 of 2002 dated January 24, 2002 concerning Guidelines for Organizational Structure and Work Procedures for Regional Hospitals. In 2002, the Kudus Regency Regional Regulation No. 4 of 2002 dated July 8, 2002 concerning the Work Organization of the Kudus Regency Regional Hospital Board. 5 of 2003 dated January 25, 2003 concerning the Job Description of the Kudus Regency Regional Hospital Agency. In 2008, the Kudus Regency Regional Regulation No. 15 of 2008 dated December 30, 2008 concerning the Organization of Work Procedures for Inspectors, Regional Development Planning Agencies, Regional Technical Agencies, PamPraja Police Units and the Integrated Licensing Service Office of Kudus Regency. General history:
Since the VII century, there have been many royal governments in Central Java (Central Java), namely: The Buddhist Kingdom of Kalingga, Jepara, which was ruled by Queen Sima in 674. According to the Canggah inscription/inscription in 732, the Hindu kingdom was born in Medang Kamulan, Java Middle with the name Raja Sanjaya or Rakai Mataram. Under the reign of Rakai Pikatan from the Sanjaya Dynasty, he built the Rorojonggrang Temple or Prambanan Temple. The Mataram Buddhist kingdom which was also born in Central Java during the reign of the Syailendra dynasty, they built temples such as Borobudur Temple, Sewu Temple, Kalasan Temple etc. In the 16th century after the collapse of the Hindu Majapahit kingdom, an Islamic kingdom appeared in Demak, since then Islam was spread in Central Java. After the Demak kingdom collapsed, Djoko Tingkir, son-in-law of King Demak (Sultan Trenggono) moved the Demak kingdom to Pajang (near Solo). And declared himself the King of the Kingdom of Pajang and had the title of Sultan Adiwijaya. During his reign there were riots and rebellions. The biggest war was between Sultan Adiwijaya and Aryo Penangsang. Sultan Adiwijaya assigned Danang Sutowijaya to quell Aryo Penangsang's rebellion and succeeded in killing Aryo Penangsang. Due to his great service to the Kingdom of Pajang, Sultan Adiwijaya gave Mataram land to Sutowijaya as a gift. After Pajang collapsed he became the first Islamic Mataram King in Central Java and held the title Panembahan Senopati. In the middle of the 16th century the Portuguese and Spaniards came to Indonesia in search of spices to be traded in Europe. At the same time, the British and then the Dutch came to Indonesia too. With the VOC, the Dutch oppressed the Indonesian people, including the people of Central Java, both in the political and economic fields.