Siloam Hospitals Group Overview
The Siloam Hospitals Group is Indonesia’s most progressive and innovative healthcare provider, offering World Class Healthcare, employing over 2,200 doctors, nurses and medical personnel, and serving over 1 million patients annually. As Indonesia continues to grow economically, there are resulting challenges to ensure equity in opportunity, including access to affordable healthcare. Siloam Hospitals Group was established with a vision to increase equitable access to quality, affordable healthcare across Indonesia.
This concept is underpinned by Christian values and a business strategy that enables the group to provide more services to more people, lowering costs for the individual and thus, increasing affordability. The Siloam Hospitals Group’s exceptional operational and quality standards are enabled by the use of leading-edge technology, equipment and training. SHG’s collaboration with the Mochtar Riady Institute of Nanotechnology (MRIN) and the Universitas Pelita Harapan’s Faculty of Medicine and School of Nursing is unique to Indonesia and demonstrates Siloam’s committment to creating sustainable healthcare services.
The Siloam Hospital Group’s transformation has set the benchmark for quality healthcare services in Indonesia. In 2007, Siloam Hospitals Lippo Village became the first hospital in Indonesia to receive international accreditation from the USA-based Joint Commission International (JCI), which was re-accredited in 2010.