The Company hospital of the Koninklijke Paketvaart Maatschappij (KPM) was founded by this company in 1914. The figure shown was published by the Tropenmuseum, code TM 60046463.
Nowadays (2020) the hospital is called Rumah Sakit Pelni Petamburan. The hospital is situated on Jalan K.S. Tubun no. 92-94.
It is a category B hospital (registration code: 3174026) with 455 beds.
Its website is http://www.rspelni.co.id
From this website we copied a few statements on its history (Google translated and abbreviated):
Praise the presence of Allah SWT, on April 21, 2022 the PELNI Hospital will be 104 years old. In its 1 century of service, PELNI Hospital has colored the history of health services to the people of Jakarta and Indonesia. Starting from construction in 1918 by a Dutch-born Tulungagung architect, namely Frans Johan Louwrens Ghijsels, which was then called: KPM Ziekenhuis (KPM hospital) which specifically operates to serve crew members and families of a Dutch shipping company. After Indonesia's independence, KPM Ziekenhuis made changes simultaneously with the nationalization of KPM's assets to become the Indonesian National Shipping, both in terms of the name becoming the PELNI Hospital, adding facilities, human resources and the patient segments served. 2014 became one of the important moments for PELNI Hospital in the next phase of Change, because through the National Health Insurance program, Pelni Hospital became a pioneer of BUMN hospitals, a subsidiary of PT PELNI (Persero), which became a strategic partner of BPJS Health in serving patients to date. . No doubt, the PELNI Hospital has become a best practice reference for hospitals in Indonesia in managing hospitals in the JKN era. Some of the current excellent services that have colored the journey of PELNI Hospital are Heart Services, Hemodialysis, Eyes, Endocrine, Liver, Medical Check Up, Heritage Executive Clinic, and Diagnostic Center. Where all service activities at the PELNI Hospital have been thoroughly integrated with self-made information technology. This is a milestone in the record at the end of the first century of the hospital which was once known as the Petamboeran Hospital, because the use of technology has become a platform for the PELNI Hospital to welcome and fill the future. Therefore, PELNI Hospital will never stop working to continue to improve the quality of service to patients and their families, because this is part of the efforts of the PELNI Hospital to serve the COUNTRY.