RS Gading Pluit

Rumah Sakit Gading Pluit, located in Jalan Boulevard Timur Raya, Kelapa Gading, is a hospital that serves Jakarta and its surrounding area. The green serene environment makes the location an ideal place for healthcare and offers a unique set-up that helps reduce length of stay, medication intake and improves the healing process.

Since its beginning at 2005, RS Gading Pluit takes pride in specialties ranging from dermatology, pediatrics, neuroscience, urology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, dentistry, heart & vascular, OBGYN, neurosurgery, psychiatry, ophthalmology, pulmonology, and ENT.

Each department of RS Gading Pluit offers comprehensive care and is staffed by a team of skilled physicians, nurses and other healthcare practitioners who have all undergone specialty training in their medical and/or surgical area of expertise, and continue to do so on an ongoing basis.

RS Gading Pluit offers advanced general healthcare services in several specialties and departments. Patients at RS Gading Pluit can feel confident to receive medical treatment from a highly skilled team of healthcare specialists, benefit from the high-quality health standards and access the most advanced diagnostic technologies. 







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Diagnostic Imaging

The success of cancer treatment is partially dependent on the extent of the spread of a tumor. In most cases, this determination is largely based on diagnostic imaging tests and scans. The cancer treatment centers provide the most advanced diagnostic imaging services.

Your doctor may order different imaging tests to diagnose or treat your cancer. Some of the more commonly used tests include:

  • Computed Tomography (CT) is a quick and painless procedure that combines x-rays with computers to produce highly detailed cross-sectional pictures of your body. The images provide valuable information for staging your cancer or planning your treatments.
  • Positron Emission Tomography (PET) is a molecular imaging procedure that generates pictures of the precise location and extent of the cancer. By imaging the molecular and physiological basis of your disease, PET enables your physicians to detect abnormal cell growth and activity. This information aids in the early detection and treatment of cancer.

PET/CT is a powerful imaging tool that combines a PET (positron emission tomography) scan and a computed tomography (CT) scan. PET/CT is used to diagnose, stage, or restage your cancer, as well as evaluate the effectiveness of treatment.

The images provide information about the location, nature, and size of your tumor. PET/CT is available in RS Gading Pluit, whose PET/CT technology enables some of the fastest imaging available with the best image quality.

The CT’s newer and faster technology scan times may result in less radiation exposure to patients. Its wider open design decreases claustrophobia and provides better access for patients and radiation therapy planning for cases requiring more space, such as breast cancer.

  • MRI uses a powerful magnetic field, radio frequency pulses, and a computer to produce detailed pictures of organs, soft tissues, bone, and virtually all other internal body structures. RS Gading Pluit for Proton Therapy’s 3 Tesla MRI—double the strength of the clinical-setting standard—provides extremely clear and vivid images and can often be performed faster, decreasing overall scan time. It also reduces the often noisy procedure’s sound pressure by more than 70 percent. The 70 cm open bore MRI is the preferred design by claustrophobic patients, helping to reduce fear, anxiety, and the need for sedation. 

Some of the cancer treatment centers offer bone density screening. This screening is useful for detecting early signs of osteoporosis and determine rate of bone loss.

Radiation Oncology

To help you win your fight against cancer, the oncologists develop a customized treatment plan based on your unique needs. Yet, while every cancer treatment plan is different, there is a good chance that radiation may be part of your treatment. That’s because radiation therapy has been a proven, highly successful way to destroy cancer for many decades, as part of a combined multi-modality approach. 

Radiation is a long-proven method of treating cancer that has been used successfully for a very long time. It works by harming cancer cells, much like chemotherapy does but with radiation instead of chemical compounds. But unlike chemotherapy, radiation treatment can be directed specifically at areas of anatomy where cancer is known to be. In fact, radiation therapy today is far more precise and effective than ever before, thanks to advances that help conform the radiation to the shape, size and location of the tumor for minimal exposure to normal tissues.

As your cancer team, the staffs coordinate all aspects of your care, including seeing that you get effective, appropriate radiation treatment from RS Gading Pluit the most capable and experienced radiation oncologists. Furthermore, the physicians will remain your advocates, interacting and collaborating with your radiation team to ensure seamless and effective treatment.


​​The hospital has an in-house pharmacy which operates 24 hours a day and is staffed by highly qualified experienced pharmacists who take care of all inpatient and outpatient needs at any time of day. The well-stocked pharmacy offers medicines via trained pharmacists who are available to take care of patient needs and answer queries.

The pharmacy works closely with other medical departments within the hospital, including oncology, hematology, nursing and radiotherapy. Across the hospital, the pharmacy team works closely with Supply Chain Management, the Drug Supply Unit, the Antibiotic and Infectious Control Department and the Regulatory and Accreditation Department to ensure patient needs are effectively met.

In terms of specialist services, the department offers clinical pharmacy services, total parenteral nutrition (a means of nutrition for those unable to eat) and chemotherapy preparations. 





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Patients at RS Gading Pluit benefit from a multidisciplinary treatment team specially trained to meet their individual needs. Based upon an evaluation and assessment by all members of the treatment team, each patient receives a customized plan of care. Specialists in other areas of medicine are called upon as needed, ensuring that the patients benefit from the comprehensive range of healthcare services available.

A hospital care team includes many different practitioners:

  • Attending physician

The attending physician is the leader of team and has responsibility for all decisions made that affect a person's care, including diagnosis, treatments, and supervision of the team.

Based on the problem that brought the person to the hospital, the attending physician may be a hospitalist (a doctor who is trained in internal medicine and works only with people who are hospitalized) or a surgeon. In smaller communities, the person's primary care doctor may act as the attending physician.

  • Specialists

When people have complex or serious medical problems, the attending physician sometimes requests that a specialist evaluate the person and recommend how to best diagnose and treat the problems. For example, the specialist may be a doctor who is extensively trained in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the heart (cardiologist), kidneys (nephrologist), or cancer (oncologist). In other cases, the specialist may be a surgeon who has particular expertise in one area, such as the brain, spine, and nerves (neurosurgeon) or muscles, bones, and joints (orthopedic surgeon).

  • Registered nurses

People usually have more contact with the registered nurses (RNs) assigned to their care than any other member of the team. RNs give drugs to people and monitor and evaluate their physical and emotional needs. When a person's condition suddenly changes, RNs are often the first to detect the change. RNs then report the change to the attending physician or house staff.

  • Licensed practical nurses

Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) are supervised by RNs and provide basic medical and nursing care. For example, LPNs check blood pressure, insert catheters, and help people bathe and dress. LPNs also talk to people about their health care, answer their questions, and report how they are doing to RNs and doctors.

Nurse practitioners and physician’s assistants
Nurse practitioners and physician’s assistants (PAs) work closely with the attending physician to coordinate a person's daily care. They also help with doing physical examinations and ordering drugs and treatments when people have more common or routine medical or surgical problems. Although nurse practitioners and PAs are not doctors, they have advanced training in diagnosis and treatment. Nurse practitioners and PAs are supervised by doctors.

  • Physical therapists

Physical therapists evaluate and treat people who have difficulty functioning—for example, difficulty walking, changing positions, or transferring from a bed to a chair. These problems may develop or worsen in the hospital because people have to stay in bed a long time ( bed rest), as may occur after surgery, or because their disorder worsens.

Physical therapists assess people's strength, endurance, and coordination and design brief in-hospital exercise programs to help people function better physically and become more independent. Often, physical therapists help doctors determine whether people are likely to be able to function on their own at home after they are discharged from the hospital or whether they may need help at home or need to stay at a skilled nursing facility for additional physical therapy.

  • Occupational therapists

Occupational therapists assess people's ability to do their daily activities. These activities include eating, dressing, grooming, bathing, using the toilet, cooking, and cleaning.

Occupational therapists can recommend strategies and devices to help people function more independently.

  • Perawat Praktis Berlisensi

Perawat Praktis Berlisensi (LPNs) diawasi oleh RNS dan memberikan perawatan medis dan keperawatan dasar. Misalnya, LPNs memeriksa tekanan darah, masukkan kateter, dan membantu orang mandi dan berpakaian. LPNs juga berbicara dengan orang tentang kesehatan mereka, menjawab pertanyaan mereka, dan melaporkan bagaimana mereka melakukan untuk RNS dan dokter.

  • Praktisi Perawat dan Asisten Dokter

Praktisi Perawat dan Asisten Dokter (PA) bekerja sama dengan dokter yang merawat untuk mengkoordinasikan perawatan sehari-hari seseorang. Mereka juga membantu dengan melakukan pemeriksaan fisik dan memesan obat-obatan dan perawatan ketika orang memiliki masalah medis atau bedah lebih umum atau rutin. Meskipun praktisi perawat dan Asisten Dokter bukan dokter, mereka memiliki pelatihan lanjutan dalam diagnosis dan pengobatan. Praktisi perawat dan Asisten Dokter diawasi oleh dokter.

Terapis Fisik
terapis fisik mengevaluasi dan mengobati orang-orang yang mengalami kesulitan berfungsi-misalnya, kesulitan berjalan, mengubah posisi, atau mentransfer dari tempat tidur ke kursi. Masalah-masalah ini dapat mengembangkan atau memperburuk di rumah sakit karena orang harus tinggal di tempat tidur lama (bed rest), seperti yang mungkin terjadi setelah operasi, atau karena gangguan mereka memburuk.

terapis fisik menilai orang kekuatan, ketahanan, dan koordinasi dan desain singkat di rumah sakit program latihan untuk membantu orang berfungsi lebih baik secara fisik dan menjadi lebih mandiri. Seringkali, terapis fisik membantu dokter menentukan apakah orang cenderung untuk dapat berfungsi sendiri di rumah setelah mereka keluar dari rumah sakit atau apakah mereka mungkin membutuhkan bantuan di rumah atau perlu tinggal di fasilitas keperawatan terampil untuk terapi fisik tambahan.

terapis okupasi
terapis okupasi menilai kemampuan orang untuk melakukan kegiatan sehari-hari mereka. Kegiatan ini meliputi makan, berpakaian, dandan, mandi, menggunakan toilet, memasak, dan membersihkan.

terapis okupasi dapat merekomendasikan strategi dan perangkat untuk membantu orang berfungsi lebih mandiri.

  • Speech pathologists

These practitioners specialize in evaluating and treating disorders that interfere with swallowing and/or communication. They also evaluate the thought processes involved in communication. Speech pathologists work closely with people who have had a stroke or who have another disorder that interferes with swallowing or communication. For example, if a stroke causes problems with swallowing, speech pathologists recommend that the person eat foods with certain textures. They also suggest ways to swallow that can prevent food from going into the lungs instead of the stomach.

  • Hospital pharmacists

Pharmacists specialize in how drugs work and interact with each other. Hospitals have pharmacists on their staff who supervise the use of drugs in the hospital. If needed, hospital pharmacists teach people how to safely and effectively take the drugs prescribed for them. For example, pharmacists may advise people to avoid specific foods that interact with their prescribed drugs or teach people how to inject drugs (such as insulin) at home.

  • Dietitians

Registered dietitians have specialized nutritional and medical training that helps them determine a person's dietary needs and plan the person's meals in and out of the hospital, as requested by the attending physician. When planning meals, dieticians consider the person's personal, cultural, and religious food preferences.

Certain medical conditions have very specific dietary requirements. For example, people with diabetes need a low-sugar diet, and some people with kidney problems need a low-potassium diet. Dieticians can advise people about which foods satisfy these requirements and which foods they should avoid.

  • Phlebotomists

Phlebotomists are trained to draw blood from the arm, finger or heel of the patients. Phlebotomists match the amount of blood collected from you to the laboratory tests requested by your physician.

  • Other team members

Other staff members may be involved in a person's hospital care. They may include a radiologist and radiology technician, a respiratory therapist for people with breathing problems.

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RS Gading Pluit Oncology Surgical Specialists focuses on the surgical management of cancer. In surgical oncology, surgical methods are used to diagnose, stage, and treat cancer. A primary care physician, specialist, or medical oncologist may refer a patient to a surgical oncologist for evaluation and surgery. Surgery may be preventive, diagnostic, involve removing a cancerous tumor, help relieve symptoms, or be reconstructive.

A procedure, such as a biopsy, endoscopy, laparoscopy, or laparotomy, may be conducted to diagnose and stage cancer. During a biopsy, a sample of cells is removed from the body and then examined to determine if there are any cancer cells. An endoscopy uses a scope to view and examine the inside of the body and a sample of cells can be removed if needed through the scope. In both a laparoscopy and laparotomy, a scope is also used to view inside the body and an incision is made for the insertion and general anesthesia is used.

The type of surgical treatment used depends on the type, location, and size of the cancer, and may be used as a primary treatment or in conjunction with other treatment such as chemotherapy and radiation. Surgery may be done before or after other treatments. Today’s advancements in surgical techniques offer many patients less invasive surgery options. Specialized techniques such as laser, Mohs, laparoscopic, or thoracoscopic surgery may be used to treat cancer.

As a patient of RS Gading Pluit, you have access to leading surgical specialists. If your cancer treatment plan calls for surgical procedures, you will have the advantage of your medical oncologist and radiation oncologist working closely with your surgical specialist. This teamwork brings you multiple opinions and coordinated treatment for your total well-being.

Heart & Vascular

Most cardiovascular care takes place at RS Gading Pluit Heart & Vascular Center, one of the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art cardiac care facilities in Indonesia. The Heart & Vascular Center is dedicated exclusively to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart problems.

This is a place where many of the heart doctors and surgeons are national-renowned as experts in cardiology. This is a place where breakthroughs in cardiovascular medicine make national news.

Moreover, where the very latest technology offers you the hope of an optimum outcome. At RS Gading Pluit, the latest technology and innovative procedures are only the beginning. The physicians provide you with comprehensive heart disease care from diagnosis and treatment through rehabilitation.

Furthermore, every aspect of your care is supervised by an experienced team of cardiac specialists.
Beyond the dedication to making you well, is RS Gading Pluit’s commitment to provide the personal attention and compassionate care that you and your family deserve.


Urological conditions and disorders can take the form of a number of diverse diseases that affect the urinary tracts of men, women and children, ranging from benign conditions like kidney stones to sexual dysfunction and cancer.

The experienced urologists at RS Gading Pluit work at the leading edge of innovation in the specialty of urinary tract disorders. The Radiologists and Urologists use the most advanced diagnostics and treatments to provide the best possible outcomes for adult and pediatric patients.

The specialists at various Urology locations see a diverse spectrum of urological problems every day:

  • Prostate, bladder, kidney, adrenal and testicular cancers
  • Benign prostate conditions
  • Kidney stones
  • Bladder control problems
  • Pelvic floor disorders
  • Fertility problems
  • Sexual dysfunction

RS Gading Pluit physicians leads an impressive team of Urologists operating at the top of their field. The team utilizes the most comprehensive, current and effective diagnostic and therapeutic modalities to provide state-of-the-art care in a compassionate, comforting environment. RS Gading Pluit’s Urologists underscore their ability to advance state-of-the-science treatments and offer patients the most advanced therapies.

To make an accurate and timely diagnosis, a multidisciplinary team of urologists, radiologists, oncologists and pathologists develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to each patient’s needs and preferences.

Many of the advanced multi-specialty urological procedures are performed using the latest minimally invasive and robotic technology. Patients benefit from these less invasive surgical approaches with smaller incisions, fewer complications, shorter hospital stays and faster recovery times.



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In exploring available career options, consider a hospital that is not only committed to the highest standards of patient care, but also offers a supportive environment for skilled, caring, and talented professionals from many fields.

RS Gading Pluit has a diverse range of roles and functions to suit experienced professionals looking for new challenges. RS Gading Pluit provides valuable exposure into the healthcare sector and an enriching environment where you can achieve your goals, with room for development and growth. RS Gading Pluit recognises your achievements, invests in you with training opportunities and provide you with the support you need.

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