Inpatient Service

You usually get medical care from a hospital in one of two ways, as an outpatient or an inpatient. Outpatient is where you receive your care without hospital admission and most of these services take place in the polyclinic.

If your condition is more serious and require monitoring, or you need a surgery, then you are admitted as an inpatient.  You are likely to stay between three and five days in the hospital.  During your stay, your medical team will do the necessary tests, procedures and treatments to help you recover.

At Kasih Ibu, we offer a full range of inpatient services in our four hospitals across Bali.  Our hospitals have modern equipment to diagnose and treat illnesses or injuries. Our team can perform tests, such as blood tests, CT scans and x-rays as well as provide treatments, medications, surgery and physical rehabilitation.  Some of the inpatient specialities include:

  • Tropical disease
  • Trauma
  • Internal Medicine
  • Orthopaedics
  • Obstetrics and gynaecology
  • Paediatrics
  • General Surgeon
  • Neurology
  • Cardiology
  • Available Rooms

    At Kasih Ibu Hospital, you have six types of inpatients rooms to choose from:

    • Royal Suite
    • Deluxe
    • Superior
    • Standard 1
    • Standard 2
    • Junior room

    The difference is in the size of the room, level of facilities and comfortable.  Our staff would be happy to show you the difference rooms so that you can decide which is right for you.

  • Admission

    For admission, our English-speaking staff in the International Division are there to guide you through it all.  If you need procedures or surgeries, our staff will give you all the necessary instruction, such as what time to arrive at the hospital and where to go. You may also receive directions about what and when you can eat and drink. Usually at Kasih Ibu Hospital we like to admit you the day before your procedure to get you settled in and ensure all the last minute tests are done.

  • What to Bring?

    To make sure that your admission runs smoothly and to ensure your own personal comfort, please bring the following items with you:

    • Any medicines you are currently taking and any that you have taken recently. This includes medicines prescribed by your doctor plus those bought over the counter at the pharmacy.
    • X-rays, ultrasounds or reports
    • Name, address and telephone number of your local doctor
    • Referral letter
    • Health insurance details
    • Identification
    • Two telephone contact numbers of a friend or relative.
    • An overnight bag
    • Cotton nightie, pyjamas or other comfortable attire
    • Personal toiletry items
  • What to Expect

    As mentioned before, you cover stay for three to five days, depending on the complexity of your treatment and condition.  As an example, the stay of a patient who need a knee replacement surgery would be:

    Day 1 – The patient is admitted to the hospital.  The doctor runs the required tests and makes sure that the patient is ready for the surgery.

    Day 2 – The patient has the knee surgery, which could take between 6 and 8 hours.

    Day 3 – The patient recovers as she is looked after by our medical team. The doctors check on the surgical site and monitor the healing process.

    Day 4 – Same as Day 3.

    Day 5 – After final checks the patient is discharged. Rehabilitation appointments are made for outpatient follow-ups.

  • Being Discharged from Hospital

    You will be discharged once our medical team are confident that you are healing the way you should.  The discharge process usually takes two to three hours from the time your doctor has given the ok to discharge.

    We will arrange any follow-up services that you may need, like physiotherapy or other therapies. Our team will also give your loved one care instructions, so that they can help you to a full recovery as soon as possible

  • Discharged Checklist

    • Leave a forwarding address with the hospital staff
    • Time and date for your outpatient’s appointment
    • Medication and understand how and when to take it.
    • Ensure you take your personal items.