This hospital used to be a plantation hospital at Llokseumawe (North Aceh).
Nowadays it is a general hospital that is classified as a category B hospital (reg.code: 1174016) with 248 beds and owned by the Kabupaten.
From the website we copied a number of statements regarding its recent history (Google translated):
Location Jl. Banda Aceh-Medan Km.6 Bouquet Rata Lhokseumawe, Bireuen, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (NAD) Overview The Cut Meutia General Hospital has existed since the beginning of the proclamation of independence of the Republic of Indonesia, which is a normalization of ex. The plantation hospital belonged to the Dutch during the colonial era and was converted into a hospital owned by the Indonesian government. The condition of the physical infrastructure of the Cut Meutia General Hospital before the Repelita was still very simple, namely in the form of buildings from the Netherlands. Additional buildings built in 1961 and 1963 with a capacity of 40 (forty) beds. Since REPELITA I to REPELITA IV with APBD funds and third party assistance, physical infrastructure facilities have been developed by building additional buildings and replacing buildings that are very old and no longer in accordance with the needs.