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Founded in 1896, RSCM holds the privilege of being Indonesia’s first teaching hospital that is inseparable from the history of the Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia. Since its founding, RSCM has become an integral part of the city, advancing the mission of providing access to compassionate care to the communities. Today, patients find care that combines world-class medicine with compassion, convenience and an undeniable spirit.

RSCM located in Jl. Pangeran Diponegoro No. 71, Kenari, Senen, Kota Jakarta Pusat is a people-centered environment—which means you are at the center of everything RSCM's staffs do, and every decision they make. At RSCM, patients are first, and the staffs are transforming the delivery of healthcare to Jakarta and across the nation, helping the communities live well. Every day, the staffs are hard at work finding ways to enrich the patient experience—in service and treatment options.

As a national referral hospital, RSCM is more than a hospital. The hospital is your partner for health, helping you live well by bringing the best in healthcare to your door. RSCM offers treatment, education, and support, striving to empower the communities to take charge of their health and make the appropriate lifestyle and behavioral changes necessary to live well.

As a teaching hospital, RSCM patients have access to physicians 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Patients benefit from the collaborative team approach and critical thinking skills fostered by a teaching environment. Working together, the team of experts offers patients the most advanced treatment and care in a comforting, healing environment helping them live longer and healthier lives. RSCM enjoys affiliations with some of the major academic programs in Jakarta, including Universitas Indonesia.

RSCM is renowned for its specialists in ENT, Rheumatology, Dermatology, Surgery, Allergy and Immunology, Geriatrics, OBGYN, Cardiovascular, Urology, Neuroscience, Oncology, Psychiatry, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Pulmonology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, Nephrology, and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.


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Kidney Transplant 

Patients with renal failure can schedule an appointment to be evaluated at any time. If you began dialysis before you were listed for a kidney transplant, your waiting time will now be calculated from your dialysis date.

Once you contact the Transplant Department, you will be scheduled for a pre-transplant evaluation. This is conducted to determine your overall health to ensure you are eligible for kidney transplant surgery.

Following a successful evaluation, you will be placed on the kidney transplant waiting list. You, your nephrologist and your dialysis unit (if you are on dialysis) will be notified. During your time on the waitlist, it is important that you manage your condition.

All patients who qualify for renal transplant are placed on a waiting list for a deceased organ, even if a potential living donor is available.

The fastest way to receive a kidney transplant is a living donor kidney transplant. This may make it possible for you to stop dialysis sooner or even to avoid starting dialysis.

If you require a deceased organ, the transplant program coordinates with the local and national transplant lists to find a donor organ. Organ allocation is based on medical urgency, time on the waiting list, and blood type compatibility. Living donors also must undergo evaluation and must have compatible blood types; however, the surgeons at RSCM have pioneered new ways of transplanting kidneys from donors with incompatible blood types to the recipients.

During kidney transplant surgery, your physician makes an incision in your lower abdomen and places the donor kidney near your bladder in your lower abdomen. Placing the kidney in this position allows it to be easily connected to blood vessels and the bladder.

Blood supply is restored to your new kidney by linking your kidney to your blood vessels. The ureter of the new kidney is then attached to your bladder to allow usual function to resume.

Your old kidneys typically are not removed unless there are other complicating conditions related to leaving it in place.

Your RSCM team will monitor your recovery process to ensure that there are no complications. Because of years of experience and improved drugs to prevent rejection, kidney transplants are often very successful with few complications after transplantation. Kidney transplantation usually requires a hospital stay of several days.

Cochlear Implant

A cochlear implant is an electronic prosthetic replacement for damaged cells in the inner ear. The implant is a small electronic device that can help "make" sound if you have severe or total hearing loss. The implant does the job of the damaged or absent nerve cells that in a normal ear make it possible to hear (auditory nerves). Cochlear implants can be programmed according to your specific needs and degree of hearing loss.

Cochlear implants may help people with severe or total hearing loss in both ears who do not get any benefit from hearing aids. Cochlear implants have been shown to improve a person's ability to understand speech and speak clearly. Unlike hearing aids, cochlear implants do not make sounds louder but improve how well you hear sound.

A cochlear implant consists of a:

  • Microphone worn behind the ear, to pick up sound.
  • Speech processor worn on the body. Some types may be worn behind the ear.
  • Small device placed under the skin near the ear, with electrodes placed in the cochlea.

The microphone picks up sound and sends it to the speech processor, which changes the sound to information the cochlear implant can understand. The implant then tells the nerves in the ear to send a message to the brain. The message is understood as sound.

There are no tests to predict the level of benefit a particular individual will receive from a cochlear implant. The degree of improvement varies among individuals. However, most adults who receive a cochlear implant report many benefits that include improved communication ability and a personal sense of emotional well-being.

With the implant and the appropriate post-operative training, most patients are able to improve their accuracy in understanding speech in combination with speechreading. The average patient is able to carry on a conversation on the telephone if he or she uses effective strategies to clarify what has been said to them.

The specialists in the Adult Cochlear Implant Program in the Department of Otolaryngology at RSCM provide a comprehensive evaluation and treatment program for patients eighteen years and older. Candidates for a cochlear implant are those who are severely or profoundly hearing impaired in both ears (including those with nerve deafness). These individuals typically receive limited benefit from hearing aids and communicate using the limited auditory information they do receive in combination with speechreading (lipreading).

The cochlear implant team includes skilled clinical, rehabilitative and research audiologists, otolaryngologic surgeons, neuropsychologist,  biomedical engineer and medical secretary. The program has extensive experience in providing a thorough pre-surgical evaluation, performing the surgery, conducting the all-important post-surgical training and device programming that is critical to successful cochlear implant use and coordinating all the administrative details.

After surgery, speech therapy will help you make the most of your cochlear implant. Training in listening, language, and speech-reading skills (paying attention to people's gestures, facial expressions, posture, and tone of voice) also help you.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit 

Newborn babies who need intensive medical attention are often admitted into a special area of the hospital called the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The NICU combines advanced technology and trained healthcare professionals to provide specialized care for the tiniest patients. NICUs may also have intermediate or continuing care areas for babies who are not as sick but do need specialized nursing care.

Most babies admitted to the NICU are premature (born before 37 weeks of pregnancy), have low birth weight (less than 5.5 pounds), or have a medical condition that requires special care. Twins, triplets, and other multiples often are admitted to the NICU, as they tend to be born earlier and smaller than single birth babies. Babies with medical conditions such as heart problems, infections, or birth defects are also cared for in the NICU.

Highly skilled and compassionate neonatologists, pediatricians, neonatal nurse practitioners, nurses, respiratory therapists, and other team members provide coverage for all infants and families, including 24-hour in-house coverage.


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    The Medical Staff at RSCM plays an essential role in the delivery of high-quality healthcare. They are responsible for making sure that health care providers are qualified to treat their patients in a hospital setting.

    The Medical Staff provides support to the various committees and functions of the organized medical staff because they are leaders in quality and safety. The following is a list of the variety of professionals who may be part of your health care team:

    • Doctors

    Doctors make the major decisions about the best care and treatment for each patient. This could include an attending, hospitalist, resident or intern.

    Because RSCM is a teaching hospital, medical students may be involved in each patient’s care. A resident is a doctor who has completed medical school, received a medical doctor degree and is now undertaking intensive training for a medical or surgical specialty. A resident writes orders and make care-related decisions under the direct supervision of the attending doctor.

    • Physician Assistant

    Physician assistants are highly trained and skilled individuals who are licensed to practice medicine under a doctor’s supervision. They can conduct physical exams, diagnose and treat illnesses, order and interpret tests, counsel on preventive health care, assist in surgery and including, write prescriptions for certain types of medications. By providing a broad range of comprehensive medical and surgical services, physician assistants expand the supervising physician’s ability to care for a larger range of patients.

    Staf Medis di RSCM memainkan peran penting dalam penyampaian kesehatan berkualitas tinggi. Mereka bertanggung jawab untuk memastikan bahwa penyedia layanan kesehatan memenuhi syarat untuk mengobati pasien mereka di rumah sakit.

    Staf medis menyediakan dukungan kepada berbagai komite dan fungsi dari staf medis yang diselenggarakan karena mereka adalah pemimpin dalam kualitas dan keamanan. Berikut ini adalah daftar dari berbagai profesional yang mungkin menjadi bagian dari tim perawatan kesehatan anda:

    • Nurses

    There are a variety of nurses on staff including registered nurses, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, pain nurses and charge nurses. Nurses work very closely with doctors and other members of the health care team to monitor and manage your symptoms and response to illness and care while in the hospital. In addition, nurses are there to help family members get everything they need in order to support the patient.

    • Pharmacists

    Pharmacists are part of your health care team and work with your doctors and nurses to provide the best care for you. Pharmacists review all medications ordered for you in the hospital and check for allergies, drug interactions, and other potential problems. Besides, pharmacists continually monitor and review your medication needs during your hospital stay and teach you about your medications.

    • Dietitians

    Clinical dieticians assess patients’ special nutrition needs, design appropriate diet plans and menus to meet these needs, assist patients with selection of daily meals and snacks during the hospital stay, and help you understand specific nutritional needs and how to follow a healthful diet at home. In addition, clinical dieticians provide nutrition-related educational materials and counseling.

    • Therapists

    There are occupational therapists, physical therapists and therapists from other specialty areas. Though they have different skills, they all have one goal: to assist you on the road to recovery.

    Medical Laboratory Technologists and Assistants

    Medical Laboratory Technologists and Assistants perform a variety of laboratory tests and procedures, including the collection of blood specimens to assist physicians in diagnosing, monitoring, treating and preventing disease.

    • Medical Radiation Technologists, Ultrasound Sonogaphers and ECG Technicians 

    Medical Radiation Technologists, Ultrasound Sonogaphers and ECG Technicians perform a variety of radiological imaging techniques, including X-ray, fluoroscopy, CT scanning, MRI scanning, interventional radiography, mammography, ultrasound, ECGs and cardiac studies. They produce quality images used in the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of patients.

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    Perinatology refers to the specialized care of pregnant women and their fetuses. Perinatologists are experienced in a wide variety of complex maternal-fetal conditions and will partner with you to keep both you and your baby healthy.

    It is the goal as perinatologists to care for normal pregnancies as well as those who are high-risk. The doctors monitor and evaluate women throughout their pregnancies and deliver them at RSCM.

    As the largest and most comprehensive team of perinatal specialists, RSCM perinatology offers a complete team of caregivers, including physicians specializing in maternal-fetal medicine and reproductive genetics, genetic counselors, ultrasonographers, nurse clinicians, a diabetic nurse educator, dietitians, and social workers.

    Additionally, the staffs work closely with pediatric specialists (surgeons, intensive care specialists and cardiologists) that may be needed in the after birth care of certain children with special needs. Working as a team, each member of the perinatal service contributes his or her expertise to improving each woman's chances of having a successful pregnancy and taking home a healthy infant.

    RSCM perinatologists provide obstetrical care and consultation for pregnant women who have a variety of pregnancy-related concerns including:

    • Chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, organ transplants, kidney or heart disease
    • Complications in a previous pregnancy such as fetal growth disturbance, birth defects, fetal loss or pregnancy-related hypertension
    • Risky fetal conditions such as multiples, and a variety of treatable fetal conditions
    • Abnormal genetic screening tests or pregnancy later in life.


    Ophthalmology at RSCM provides patients with medical and surgical treatment for eye disorders and diseases in even the most challenging cases.

    RSCM is consistently ranked as a national leader in ophthalmology. The team of highly trained specialists is comprised of physicians and faculty from Universitas Indonesia, bringing together the best doctors and staffs.

    RSCM ophthalmologists have expertise in all subspecialties of adult ophthalmology, with access to specialized operating suites designed for unique conditions and complex eye surgeries. RSCM is one of the few medical centers nationwide to offer dedicated ocular pathology, which allows physicians to immediately assess malignancy in eye tumors and determine appropriate treatment. Comprehensive care includes collaboration with Medicine Faculty Universitas Indonesia for Technology, Innovation & Education, the team of national top specialists in neurology, neurosurgery, neuro-oncology and metabolic diseases, such as diabetes to address ocular complications.


    Otolaryngology is the study of ear, nose, and throat conditions or ENT.

    At RSCM, Physicians specializing in otolaryngology are called otolaryngologists or “ENT doctors” and often treat children with persistent ear, nose, and throat conditions to include surgery. Adult patients often seek treatment from an otolaryngologist for sinus infections, age-related hearing loss, and cancers of these regions.

    ENT department provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for patients with ear, nose and throat disorders.

    The experienced team of doctors are one of the finest in the region with the expertise to handle any kind of trauma / emergency and also undertakes complex surgeries on a regular basis. World-class equipment such as flexible and rigid endoscopes, high-resolution video camera system and other accessories are used regularly in the treatment of patients.

    RSCM offers a wide array of treatment programs by experts in the field to treat associated disorders and provide a full range of medical and surgical services for pediatric and adult patients with head and neck disorders and diseases.





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