Frequently Asked Questions
Siloam Hospitals abide by the quality standards of:
Joint Commission International Accreditation
European Society for Quality Research
Komisi Akreditas Rumah Sakit
Asian Patient Safety
Frost & Sullivan
NOTE: The aforementioned standards are only applicable to some of our Siloam Hospitals.
Currently, 20 Siloam Hospitals serve more than 2 million patients annually.
Siloam Hospitals can be found in 20 locations in 14 cities, 7 of which are in Jadebotabek and the remaining 13 are in Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and Bali. Please click here for more detailed information and to find Siloam Hospitals nearby.
Siloam Hospitals offer a large selection of types of inpatient rooms. Please select the hospital you plan to visit to explore the types of inpatient rooms offered at each unit.
The amenities provided vary by types of rooms and hospitals. However, in general, every room offers a mini fridge, television, telephone, patient pajama, blanket, toiletries and tissue. Please check with our business office representatives to find out the specific amenities in your room.
We currently accept cash and most major debit/credit cards. ATMs are available at all Siloam Hospitals.
Yes. You may ask our front office staff or the specialists to obtain the cost estimates prior to your medication. Please note that cost estimates may be different from the final charges.
To ensure the safety and quality of the blood supply, we exclusively accept blood from the Indonesian Red Cross (IRC, Palang Merah Indonesia or PMI).
To ensure a healthy environment for our patients, it is prohibited to smoke at the hospital area.
The followings are some of the facilities we provide at our Cardiac Centre:
Cardiac Care Unit (CCU) that focuses on treating patients after a heart attack or major cardiac surgery
Multi slice CT-Scan
Siloam's Neuroscience Centre offers advanced treatment for:
- Radiation stereotactic surgery using Gamma knife
Using the best medical technology, our Oncology Centre offers the following treatments:
- Gamma knife radiosurgery
- Nuclear medicine using PET-CT and SPECT-CT Scans
- Radiation therapy with Rapid Arc Linear Accelerator (LINAC)
- Radionuclide therapy
- and others
Siloam's Centre of Excellence in Orthopaedics offers expert diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation for bone, joint, or connective tissue disorders:
Prevention of osteoporotic fractures, equipped by Bone Mass Densitometry and Frax
Diagnosis of complex injury or disease, guided by CT Scan 2D/3D, 1.5 Tesla and 3 Tesla MRI
Complex revision arthroplasty in hip and knee
Minimally invasive surgery
Fully equipped rehabilitation centre
The followings are some of the medical services we offer at our Urology Centre:
Green light laser surgery
Extra Corporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (ESWL)
Siloam's Emergency and Trauma Centre provides high-quality emergency medical care, including:
24-hour on-call specialists
Diagnostic imaging services (X-ray, CT Scan, MRI) adjacent to the Emergency department
Specialised emergency services, including Acute Cardiovascular Treatment, Comprehensive Acute Stroke Management, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Paediatric Emergency Services and Trauma Care
Fully equipped land and air ambulance services with a qualified team
and other emergencies
- Your health insurance card or policy (if any)
- Referral forms from your physician (if required by your insurance carrier)
- Your government-issued personal identification, including passport, residential identity card, or driver’s license.
- Your medical records, X-rays, or prior test results (if requested)
Yes. Arranging an appointment in advance is recommended to avoid long waiting time and ensure that the specialist you plan to visit is available. Please check the doctor schedule on Find Your Doctors and fill the Make an Appointment form. You may also call us directly to make an appointment, whichever more convenient. Alternatively, you could call our helpline at +62-1500 181 and speak with our customer care officers who will attend to your needs.
If your preferred doctor is not available, you can either choose to see another specialist at the hospital or schedule an appointment for your next visit. Please refer to the above question on how to arrange an appointment.
Most of our doctors are bilingual and can communicate in English. In addition, we provide Korean interpreters at Siloam Hospitals Lippo Village. You can also find Japanese specialists at J-Clinic located at MRCCC Siloam hospitals and Siloam Hospitals Cikarang.
In general, yes. Gifts are allowed at all hospitals. However, flowers are not allowed for patients in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Also, please contact the hospital to check whether the flowers or presents you bring may affect the health of our patients, as some patients may have allergic reactions to certain items.
Please note that different Siloam Hospitals may have different visiting hours. Please select the hospital you plan to visit to access the visiting hour of each hospital.
In most cases, guests are not permitted to visit after hours to ensure the health recovery of patients. However, exceptions are allowed in some cases.
Children are allowed to visit patients at Siloam Hospitals as long as accompanied by adults. In some areas where children are restricted to enter, exceptions may apply on a case-to-case basis. Please check with our hospital staff.
As phones are not provided for patients in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), please contact the patient’s relatives to leave a message.
We have provided a hotel listing for your convenience. Please select the Siloam Hospital you plan to visit prior to accessing the list. Please note that Siloam Hospitals are not connected to the hotels in any way. The accommodations listed are suggestions based on their proximity and not recommendations.
Due to confidentiality issues, you must come in person to get a copy of your medical record. You can then send it to the designated person or entity.
You can request for your medical information from your doctors or the respective hospital’s medical record office.
You would need to bring the following documents:
- Your government-issued ID such as passport, residential identity card, Indonesian Stay Permit (KITAS) or driver’s license
- Your health insurance card (if any)