BIMC Hospital Kuta

Established in 2005, the four-storey facility lies strategically in Simpang Siur, Kuta, granting easy access for patients coming from all over Bali, whether for an emergency or a planned visit. 

BIMC Hospital Kuta encompasses Centres of Excellence of Cardiologist, Digestive surgeon, Dermatologist, General surgeon, Surgical oncology consultant, Internal Medicine, Nephrologist, Neurosurgeon, Neurologist, Obstetric & gynecology, Orthopedic surgeon, Pediatric, Plastic surgeon, Rehabilitation physician, and Otolaryngology.

Caring for patients in a hospital setting involves an integrated team of medical professionals. At BIMC Hospital Kuta, the hospital medical teams work together to provide you with the best possible treatment and outcomes in a comfortable, well-equipped setting.

Even if you’re admitted to the hospital through the emergency room, a hospitalist notifies your physician, confers about your condition and status, and coordinates care with appropriate specialists. When you’re ready to go home, the medical team helps you make the transition back to your primary care physician, providing detailed reports from your visit, including lab results and diagnostic images, and recommendations for follow-up care to ensure you make a full recovery.


Service and Amenities

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100% Smoke free Hospital
Air Filtration
Internet Connection*
Cable/Satellite TV*
In-Room Air Conditioning

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Chemotherapy is a general term used to describe a wide range of anti-cancer drug treatments.

Traditionally, chemotherapy describes drugs which are given directly into a vein. Nowadays, your treatment can be given in a variety of different ways including as a tablet, an injection under the skin, an injection into a vein or into the spinal area.

BIMC Hospital Kuta offers a wide variety of drug treatments including:

  • cytotoxic chemotherapy
  • immunotherapy
  • molecular targeted agents
  • monoclonal antibodies
  • hormone therapy.

The longer standing treatments of this kind are called cytotoxic chemotherapy. “Cyto” means cell, and “toxic” means poisonous. The aim of these drugs is to poison and destroy the cancerous cells in your body. They may also affect non-cancerous cells, causing unpleasant side effects.

As well as the longstanding chemotherapy treatments, BIMC Hospital Kuta also uses newer drugs. These work in a more targeted way to kill cancer cells while reducing the impact on non-cancer cells in the body. These newer drugs are sometimes referred to as monoclonal antibodies, immunotherapy, and biological agents.

Each type of chemotherapy drug can be given alone but commonly cancer is treated with a combination of different drugs. Combining treatments enable more cancer cells to be killed and increase the chance of a good outcome of your treatment.

Kind of cancer treatment that BIMC Hospital Kuta prescribes for you will depend on a number of factors including:

  • What kind of cancer you have
  • The extent to which cancer has progressed
  • Other factors revealed in laboratory tests

BIMC Hospital Kuta tailors your treatment, taking all these factors into account. Before you start chemotherapy, your treatment team will discuss your treatment plan with you face to face, explaining exactly what will be done. This will also give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

As your treatment progresses, you will always be able to ask your team whatever you need to know.

The majority of chemotherapy is given as a day treatment. This means that you come in for your treatment and can go home on the same day. We also have clinics in some GP surgeries enabling you to have treatment closer to home.

In some cases, eg where a longer treatment is required or because of the nature of particular cancer, patients need to be admitted to hospital as an inpatient for chemotherapy.


Dialysis refers to a treatment that performs some of the same things done by healthy kidneys. It is needed when your own kidneys can no longer take care of your body's needs. You need dialysis when you develop end stage kidney failure --usually by the time you lose about 85 to 90 percent of your kidney function. Like healthy kidneys, dialysis keeps your body in balance. Dialysis does the following:

  • removes waste, salt and extra water to prevent them from building up in the body
  • keeps a safe level of certain chemicals in your blood, such as potassium, sodium, and bicarbonate
  • helps to control blood pressure

In chronic or end stage kidney failure, your kidneys do not get better and you will need dialysis for the rest of your life. If your doctor says you are a candidate, you may choose to be placed on a waiting list for a new kidney.

There are two types of dialysis --hemodialysis (renal dialysis) and peritoneal dialysis. In hemodialysis, an artificial kidney (hemodialyzer) is used to remove waste and extra chemicals and fluid from your blood. To get your blood into the artificial kidney, the doctor needs to make an access (entrance) into your blood vessels. This is done by minor surgery to your arm or leg.

Sometimes, an access is made by joining an artery to a vein under your skin to make a bigger blood vessel called a fistula. However, if your blood vessels are not adequate for a fistula, the doctor may use a soft plastic tube to join an artery and a vein under your skin. This is called a graft.

Occasionally, an access is made by means of a narrow plastic tube, called a catheter, which is inserted into a large vein in your neck. This type of access may be temporary, but is sometimes used for long-term treatment.

Usually, each hemodialysis treatment lasts about four hours and is done three times per week. A type of hemodialysis called high-flux dialysis may take less time. You can speak to your doctor to see if this is an appropriate treatment for you.

In peritoneal dialysis, your blood is cleaned inside your body. The doctor will do surgery to place a plastic tube called a catheter into your abdomen (belly) to make an access. During the treatment, your abdominal area (called the peritoneal cavity) is slowly filled with dialysate through the catheter. The blood stays in the arteries and veins that line your peritoneal cavity. Extra fluid and waste products are drawn out of your blood and into the dialysate. There are two major kinds of peritoneal dialysis.

There are several kinds of peritoneal dialysis but two major ones are: Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD) and Continuous Cycling Peritoneal Dialysis (CCPD).

Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD) is the only type of peritoneal dialysis that is done without machines. You do this yourself, usually four or five times a day at home and/or at work. You put a bag of dialysate (about two quarts) into your peritoneal cavity through the catheter. The dialysate stays there for about four or five hours before it is drained back into the bag and thrown away. This is called an exchange. You use a new bag of dialysate each time you do an exchange. While the dialysate is in your peritoneal cavity, you can go about your usual activities at work, at school or at home.

Continuous Cycling Peritoneal Dialysis (CCPD) usually is done at home using a special machine called a cycler. This is similar to CAPD except that a number of cycles (exchanges) occur. Each cycle usually lasts 1-1/2 hours and exchanges are done throughout the night while you sleep.

Dialysis does some of the work of healthy kidneys, but it does not cure your kidney disease. You will need to have dialysis treatments for your whole life unless you are able to get a kidney transplant.

Plastic surgery

Plastic surgery is the branch of surgery specializing in repairing and reconstructing missing or damaged tissue and skin, usually because of surgery, illness, injury or an abnormality present from birth.

The main aim of plastic surgery is to restore the function of tissues and skin to as close to normal as possible. Improving the appearance of body parts is an important, but secondary, aim.

Plastic surgery is different to cosmetic surgery, which is surgery carried out solely to change a healthy person’s appearance to achieve what they feel is a more desirable look. There are separate pages on cosmetic surgery.

Plastic surgery can be used to repair:

  • abnormalities that have existed from birth, such as a cleft lip and palate, webbed fingers and birthmarks
  • areas damaged by the removal of cancerous tissue, such as from the face or breast
  • extensive burns or other serious injuries, such as those sustained during traffic accidents

Plastic surgery can also help a person recover their self-esteem and confidence following surgery.

Plastic surgery is performed by plastic surgeons with extensive training who belong to professional associations. Most people are referred to BIMC Hospital Kuta plastic surgeons by their GP or a specialist consultant they see about their condition.

Plastic surgery uses a wide range of reconstructive techniques, but the main ones are:

  • skin grafts – where parts of healthy skin from an unaffected area of the body are removed and used to replace lost or damaged skin
  • skin flap surgery –where a piece of tissue from one part of the body is transferred to another, along with the blood vessels that keep it alive; it's called flap surgery because the healthy tissue usually remains partially attached to the body while it is repositioned
  • tissue expansion – surrounding tissue is stretched to enable the body to "grow" extra skin, which can then be used to help reconstruct the nearby area

As well as these main techniques, plastic surgeons use a wide range of other methods, such as fat transfer or grafting (where fat is removed from one area and inserted in another area, usually to correct unevenness), vacuum closure (where suction is applied to a wound through a sterile piece of foam to draw out fluid and encourage healing), camouflage make-up or cream, and prosthetic devices, such as artificial limbs.



Våre ansatte

BIMC Hospital Kuta has a skilled and compassionate team of professionals who are dedicated to working together to provide you with the highest level of care.

The team includes medical professionals, nurses, allied health professionals such as pharmacists and physiotherapists, support staff, social workers, spiritual staff, palliative care specialists and volunteer services.


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The Department of Nephrology provides comprehensive health care for patients with different types of renal (kidney) diseases. Acute and chronic renal diseases caused by diabetes mellitus, hypertension, stone disease, infections, hereditary illness and poisons are diagnosed and managed.

Highly qualified and experienced physicians look after patients with various types of kidney diseases. The physicians are ably supported by a committed team of nurses, physician assistants, medical social workers and a renal nutritionist.

Patients with a severe degree of kidney failure cannot lead a comfortable life with medications and dietary restrictions alone. They need a treatment modality known as dialysis, a procedure to purify the blood by removing toxic substances.

The term chronic renal failure denotes a permanent loss of kidney function. When a person has suffered an irreversible loss of more than 90% of kidney function, the patient is diagnosed as having end-stage renal disease. Patients with end-stage renal disease undergo lifelong maintenance dialysis or a kidney transplant.

The department offers two types of dialysis; hemodialysis, in which the patient's blood is filtered by an artificial kidney and peritoneal dialysis, wherein a soft tube called a catheter is used to fill the abdomen with a cleansing liquid called dialysis solution. Those with end- stage renal disease are given the option of either hemodialysis or Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD).

Kidney transplantation is the treatment of choice for patients who have end-stage renal disease, wherein they have permanently lost over 90% of their kidney function. The only two options available to such patients are kidney transplantation or life-long dialysis.

The Department of Nephrology coordinates the comprehensive kidney transplantation program. All essential departments and laboratory support are provided under one roof. A state-of-the-art hemodialysis unit prepares patients for the transplant surgery. The unit has the latest computerized dialysis machines and monitors to ensure patient safety. The most well-equipped and modern operation theatres provide a safe surgical procedure for patients where experienced and qualified anaesthesiology, urology and vascular surgery teams work together.

Well-planned protocol-based postoperative care helps in prompt recovery after surgery. Transplant recipients are followed up on a regular basis by the transplant team.

The well-equipped clinical laboratories and imaging services offer the necessary facilities for investigating patients with kidney diseases. A powerful MRI, high-speed Spiral CT Scanner, and Gamma Camera provide clear images and functional renal evaluation.

Kidney biopsy is a diagnostic procedure used to diagnose different types of kidney diseases. Ultrasonogram guided spring loaded thin needle kidney biopsy reduces the complications of the procedure considerably.


The Department of Gastroenterology at BIMC Hospital Kuta is dedicated to the management of diseases of the digestive and hepatobiliary systems in children and adults. The Institutes offer expert care in both Medical and Surgical Gastroenterology. The department possesses modern state of art equipment backed by advanced intensive care units.

Gastroenterology essentially addresses diseases of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon and rectum, pancreas, gallbladder, bile ducts and liver. The functioning of the entire digestive system, both related to the passage of food through the digestive canal to the physiological processes of food digestion, absorption and elimination come under the purview of this specialty.

It includes the medical and surgical treatment of diseases such as colon polyps, gastrointestinal cancer, jaundice, cirrhosis of the liver, gastroesophageal reflux (heartburn), peptic ulcer disease, colitis, gallbladder and biliary tract disease, nutritional problems, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), pancreatitis, etc.

The latest Endoscopic procedures are done for gastrointestinal bleed, gastrointestinal cancers, foreign body removal etc. Endosonography and Capsule Endoscopy are available too at BIMC Hospital Kuta.The Gastrointestinal surgeons manage major gastrointestinal surgical problems of the intestines, pancreas and hepatobiliary tract [liver and gallbladder] including cancers, many of them through Minimal Access surgery. 


A comprehensive range of services for patients with skin diseases are provided by specialist dermatologists at BIMC Hospital Kuta. The service is run by a team of 6 Consultants who work across Bali. There are general clinics for any type of skin problem and fast track referral clinics are run every week for patients with suspected skin cancer.

The dermatologists provide a service for patients with all sorts of skin problems including severe psoriasis, eczema, and acne and a range of other less common conditions. They regularly advise on patients admitted to hospital who develop rashes and will occasionally admit patients to the hospital who require inpatient stays to manage their skin problems.

The dermatology team will provide advice and guidance for GPs who request help in diagnosing and managing all forms of skin disease. The team also teaches and supervises doctors training to be dermatologists and the dermatologists are involved in various local and national research studies.

The department is based in the Outpatient area at the hospital where the hospital has several consultation rooms and 2 modern skin surgery operating suites. The department is supported by dedicated nursing and clerical staff. The dermatologists work closely with plastic surgeons and oncologists dealing with a wide variety of different skin cancers. 


Oncology is the study and treatment of Cancer. It offers outpatient and inpatient facilities and treats a range of solid tumor type cancers. The unit works with the medical and surgical departments and with the oncology services. GP’s can also refer directly to the oncologists.

The staff in the Unit (oncology department) are specialists in this field and the staffs aim to provide a co-ordinated and holistic service that is focused on the complete needs of the patient. Diagnostic services, chemotherapy, and supportive treatment are offered, along with patient and carer support, and access to specialist information and advice.

The Unit  provides inpatient and outpatient facilities for the management of patients with common cancers and some less common tumors. The day chemotherapy suite is one of the newest and best equipped in the region. The consultants are all jointly appointed with BIMC Hospitals in providing seamless access to a range of specialist services. The cancers treated at BIMC Hospital Kuta include the following:

  • Breast Cancer
  • Lung Cancer
  • Colorectal Cancer
  • Prostate Cancer
  • as well as some rarer diseases including cancers of the Oesophagus, Stomach, Pancreas, Bladder, kidney, and lymphoma.

Treatments provided include:

  • Radiotherapy - This is the use of high-energy x-rays to destroy cancer cells, but cause as little harm as possible to normal cells.
  • Chemotherapy – This is the use of anti-cancer (cytotoxic) drugs to destroy cancer cells. Some are given as tablets or capsules but most are given by drip (infusion) into the vein.
  • Hormones – These work by altering the levels of particular hormones in the body.
  • Biological Therapies – These use substances that occur naturally in the body to destroy cancer cells.
  • Symptom relief

Patients with suspected cancer should be seen by the appropriate medical or surgical specialty for diagnosis and initial investigations. 


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Hospitals are exciting places to work, with a range of opportunities across a wide range of clinical fields, as well as support and administrative roles.

There’s never been a better time to join the BIMC Hospitals team. The hospitals are facing a bright and busy future, and the staffs have a proven track record in providing high quality, compassionate care for the patients.

Boasting incredible staff benefits and dedicated training schemes, working for BIMC Hospital Kuta will not only take your career forward but also could help to transform the lives of the patients and visitors.

BIMC Hospital Kuta offers all employees some fantastic staff benefits. The hospitals also benefit from great locations, so whether you're attracted to the bright lights of the city or the countryside of Bali, both are within easy reach. Please visit a link to the following website which lists the most up-to-date listing of opportunities at the BIMC Hospitals