In the NI Statutebook no. 598 of 6 January 1910 (Decision Governor General no. 47 of 28 December 1909 it is confirmed that an indigenous hospital will be established at Sampang (Madoera). The decision comprises the staff to be appointed: 1 mandoer on a monthly pay of f15 and 3 servants each on a monthly salaryof f 10.
The Annex no.11446 to the NI Statutebook of 30 August 1927 stipulates the categories of patients, the finances and the personnel of the GBZ’s (Government Civil Hospitals) existing at that time and classifies the Sampang hospital as a hospital that admits only 4th class patients at a day-tariff of f 1.50.
In the 1930s, Sampang was a regency of the Residency Madoera, province of East Java. The principal town was called Sampang too. The regency had at that time 471,000 inhabitants of whom 94 Europeans and 525 Chinese (Gonggryp 1934, 1265-1266).
See also General hospitals 1940-Google maps for ínlands hospitaal (GBZ) Sampang for its location.