Indonesia’s Minister of Health, Dr. Nafsiah Mboi, visited the newly opened BIMC Hospital at Nusa Dua, Bali on Tuesday, December 4, 2012.
As reported by The Bali Post, accompanied by a number of her staff, the Minister was greeted by the management team of the Hospital and taken on a tour of its modern medical facility.
The BIMC Hospital was established in Bali 14 years ago with its first clinic located near the Simpang Siur intersection in Kuta. Later, a new hospital facility was opened a short distance from the original clinic in Kuta
This year the BIMC opened a second state-of-the-art hospital within the Nusa Dua Complex at the southern tip of Bali.
After viewing the Nusa Dua hospital, Dr. Mboi said, “I am both impressed and proud the see the modern facilities and the dedication of the team at the BIMC.”
Dr. Mboi, who is a pediatric specialist, spent time with BIMC’s management discussing future health planning in Indonesia and the role of medical tourism. Adding, “I hope and am certain that the BIMC Hospital will play an important role in medical tourism in Indonesia, especially in Bali, and we support them.”
Craig Beveridge, CEO of BIMC Hospital Group termed the visit of the Minister a great honor for the BIMC team and was enthusiastic over the Minister’s support of advancing health services in the Republic.
Beveridge said the Minister was very enthusiastic during her visit and pushed for Bali to move forward with its plans to development medical tourism.
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