Rumah Sakit JIH originally called Jogja International Hospital is located in Jl.Ringroad Utara no.160 Condong Catur Sleman Yogyakarta. Jogja International Hospital began operation on February 5, 2007. On May 20, 2010 Jogja International Hospital succeeeded to obtain a Certificate of ISO 9001: 2008.

With the value 'Trustful serving patients professionally with excellent skills and tools in a harmonious working atmosphere,' RS JIH team committed to caring for the whole person in mind, body, and spirit. The staffs provide you with the absolute finest in care, from prevention and wellness, to diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing support. They believe that to heal is to make whole. Therefore, they look not only at disease or injury, but more broadly at the complete person and his or her needs.

Rumah Sakit JIH's Centers of Excellence provide a wide range of treatment options for patients with simple and complex health conditions including General Surgey, Dentistry, Cardiology, OBGYN, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Neuroscience, Pulmonology, Pediatrics, Gastroenterology, and more. The health-care teams treat each patient with compassion while using advanced treatments and technology to ensure patients receive the very best medical care.

Each Center brings together a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses and health-care professionals able to address the most complex and difficult medical problems.


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Laparoscopic surgery also referred to as minimally invasive surgery describes the performance of surgical procedures with the assistance of a video camera and several thin instruments. During the surgical procedure, small incisions of up to half an inch are made and plastic tubes called ports are placed through these incisions. The camera and the instruments are then introduced through the ports which allow access to the inside of the patient.

The camera transmits an image of the organs inside the abdomen onto a television monitor. The surgeon is not able to see directly into the patient without the traditional large incision. The video camera becomes a surgeon’s eyes in laparoscopy surgery, since the surgeon uses the image from the video camera positioned inside the patient’s body to perform the procedure.

Benefits of minimally invasive or laparoscopic procedures are

  • less post-operative discomfort since the incisions are much smaller
  • quicker recovery times
  • shorter hospital stays
  • earlier return to full activities
  • much smaller scars
  • there may be less internal scarring when the procedures are performed in a minimally invasive fashion compared to standard open surgery.
  • Advanced laparoscopic surgery with hand access devices

The human hand performs many functions during surgery that are difficult to reproduce with laparoscopic instruments. The loss of the ability to place the hand into the abdomen during traditional laparoscopic surgery has limited the use of laparoscopy for complex abdominal surgery on the pancreas, liver and bile duct.

Hand-access devices are new laparoscopic devices that allows the surgeon to place a hand into the abdomen during laparoscopic surgery and perform many of the different functions with the hand that were previously possible only during open surgery. The physicians at RS JIH have utilized these new devices to develop a variety of laparoscopic pancreatic, liver and biliary procedures such as the Whipple operation, distal pancreatectomy and liver resection that were not possible previously by standard laparoscopic techniques.

Laparoscopic surgery for liver, pancreas and bile duct disease have had considerable success in the hands of experts. Patients with laparoscopic surgery have much shorter hospital stays, less pain, rapid recovery and early return to work compared to patients with open surgical procedures.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a 24-bed tertiary referral center for critically ill infants requiring complex medical and surgical care. It is an exciting innovative environment where highly specialized physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and support staff collaborate in the care of critically ill infants and their families. A multidisciplinary team provides technologically advanced therapies and family-centered care for infants from local, regional and international points of origin. The NICU works closely with the Advanced Fetal Care Center to coordinate both prenatal consultation and postnatal intensive care for infants with a wide range of prenatally diagnosed conditions. Neonatology attendings, pediatric surgical residents, and either neonatal nurse practitioners or pediatrician hospitalists are available on the unit 24 hours a day.

Cardiac Catheterization 

Cardiac catheterization (also called cardiac cath or coronary angiogram) is an invasive imaging procedure that allows your doctor to evaluate your heart function. Cardiac catheterization is used to:

  • Evaluate or confirm the presence of coronary artery disease, valve disease or disease of the aorta
  • Evaluate heart muscle function
  • Determine the need for further treatment (such as an interventional procedure or coronary artery bypass graft, or CABG, surgery)

During a cardiac catheterization, a long, narrow tube called a catheter is inserted through a plastic introducer sheath (a short, hollow tube that is inserted into a blood vessel in your leg or arm). The catheter is guided through the blood vessel to the coronary arteries with the aid of a special x-ray machine.

Contrast material is injected through the catheter and x-ray movies are created as the contrast material moves through the heart’s chambers, valves, and major vessels. This part of the procedure is called a coronary angiogram (or coronary angiography).

Coronary artery disease is the narrowing or blockage of the coronary (heart) arteries. After an interventional procedure, the coronary artery is opened, increasing blood flow to the heart.
The digital photographs of the contrast material are used to identify the site of the narrowing or blockage in the coronary artery.

Additional imaging procedures, called intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) and fractional flow reserve (FFR), may be performed along with cardiac catheterization in some cases to obtain detailed images of the walls of the blood vessels. Both of these imaging procedures are currently only available in specialized hospitals and research centers.

With IVUS, a miniature sound probe (transducer) is positioned on the tip of a coronary catheter. The catheter is threaded through the coronary arteries and, using high-frequency sound waves, produces detailed images of the inside walls of the arteries. IVUS produces an accurate picture of the location and extent of plaque.

With FFR, a special wire is threaded through the artery and a vasodilator medication is given. This test is functionally performing a very high-quality stress test for a short segment of the artery.

An interventional procedure (also called angioplasty) is a non-surgical treatment used to open narrowed coronary arteries to improve blood flow to the heart. An interventional procedure can be performed during a diagnostic cardiac catheterization when a blockage is identified, or it may be scheduled after a catheterization has confirmed the presence of coronary artery disease.

Interventional procedures include balloon angioplasty, stent placement, rotablation or cutting balloon.





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Overview list of the major groups of professional practitioners currently found in RS JIH can be seen below:

  • Practice manager.
  • Doctors: GP partners, GP assistants and specialists
  • Nurses: traditionally practice nurses and community nurses (now including nurse practitioners and palliative care and other specialist nurses).
  • Support staff: receptionists, secretaries, clerical staff.
  • Midwives.
  • Allied health professionals may also work closely with the RS JIH- eg, physiotherapists, dieticians, podiatrists, pharmacists, counsellors, complementary therapists and social workers.

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Neuroscience Services 

Neuroscience is a fascinating medical arena where physicians and scientists work to unlock the mysteries of the human brain and central nervous system. At Rumah Sakit JIH, the multidisciplinary neuroscience services combine medicine and clinical programs with scientific research, technology, leading-edge surgical techniques and education to improve the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disease.

The physicians are pioneering breakthrough approaches for diagnosis and treatment, including computerized imaging systems, cutting edge surgical interventions and the latest generation of medication therapies.

At RS JIH, the patients receive comprehensive care from an interdisciplinary team that includes neurologists, neurosurgeons, pediatric neurologists, pediatric neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists, vascular surgeons, orthopedic surgeons and specialists from other related fields.

Specialized nursing care, physical and occupational therapy, social work and other vitally important supportive services are also key components of the national neuroscience services.

At RS JIH, the Neuroscience Unit features a highly specialized intensive care unit dedicated to patients recovering from neurological or neurosurgical procedures. Here, the patients benefit from the very latest medical technology, including 24-hour monitored beds and round-the-clock physician's assistant staffing.

RS JIH’s outstanding neuroscience services are led by some of the region’s best neurosurgeons and neurologists, making the hospital a destination for patients across the region, and beyond.

Once the patients are ready to leave the closely monitored intensive care environment, they remain on the neuroscience floor where specialized nurses, social workers, physical and occupational therapists, and other allied health professionals are uniquely trained and focused on each patient’s very specific needs.


At Acıbadem Hospitals Group Departments of Dentistry and Oral Surgery, dental specialists provide outstanding dental care in the fully equipped modern dental clinics. At RS JIH, the team of dental practitioners includes general dentists, endodontists, periodontists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons and dental hygienists.

RS JIH Dentistry offers the highest standards of technology with superior sterilization methods ensuring the safest dental treatment possible. Special operative rooms within the clinics are fully equipped to enable dental treatment under general anesthesia or deep sedation. Patients with dental phobia or disabilities can be soothed in this relaxing, safe atmosphere.

The dental specialists are able to treat the full spectrum of oral and dental problems in order to give you a healthy smile.


Experts in the department of Dermatology specialize in treating patients with a wide range of skin conditions, from common issues such as acne and psoriasis to complex skin problems affecting those with weakened immune systems.

The dermatologists are also widely regarded for their expertise in using the most promising advances to prevent and treat skin cancer. At RS JIH, skin specialists work side by side, using their combined knowledge to develop individualized treatment plans for patients.

RS JIH also offers an extensive range of effective cosmetic treatments for those who want to improve the appearance of their skin. This includes therapies that are not widely available at other skin care clinics.


Ophthalmology is the diagnosis and treatment of all eye problems, including injuries and medical disorders.

These medical disorders may involve the eye alone or the eye in association with other general medical conditions.

Ophthalmologists carry out a wide range of treatments and surgical procedures for conditions of the eye such as cataracts, glaucoma and retinal problems to name but a few. Ophthalmologists work very closely with Optometrists in the community and the hospital.

The Ophthalmology Department provides a comprehensive and efficient outpatient and surgical service to the local community and beyond.

The multidisciplinary approach to patient care means that the Consultants is supported by a dedicated team of doctors, ophthalmic trained nursing staff, orthoptists, and opticians all of whom strive to ensure patients receive first class care.

Many conditions are treated within the department including general ophthalmology, glaucoma, oculoplastic, medical retina with diabetes, lacrimal, pediatric, and squint. If surgery is required most conditions are treated under local anesthetic allowing patients to recuperate in their own home.

RS JIH is dedicated to providing a full range of primary and subspecialty eye care procedures.

Information leaflets are available for many of the conditions seen in the department and we encourage patients to ask questions in order to understand their treatment fully.


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Working at a district health board is a great way to develop your career because the size of the organisation and the variety of the services creates many opportunities for learning and growing your skills and knowledge.

RS JIH has a strong learning and development focus in both clinical and non-clinical areas, and a wide range of course are offered to staff from clinical skill updating in specialised areas to leadership programmes, computer application training and post-graduate research opportunities.

If you are considering changing your career, there is plenty of information on the RS JIH Careers website