More and more people are travelling abroad to undergo medical procedures. Here, BIMC in Bali offers five reasons to choose their facilities for anyone considering plastic surgery.
BIMC Nusa Dua is considered Indonesia's first medical tourism facility. Since 2014 the hospital has been designed for elective and non-elective procedures and last month was the official hospital for the IMF-WB conference with some 15,000 delegates in attendance.
Nusa Dua is a safe and comfortable, luxury tourism enclave ideal for rest and relaxation before and after surgery.
Dr. I Made Suka Adnyana, SpBP-RE has been a central figure in the plastic and aesthetic medical community for the past seven years with a passion for facial aesthetics, body and breast contouring.
In 2014 Dr. Suka returned from Japan after extensive training in maxillofacial, which is often seen as a bridge between medicine and dentistry, treating conditions that require expertise from both backgrounds.
Dr. Suka has completed a variety of specialised training in skin aesthetics. His unique skills and experience have earned him a reputation as one of the most recognised plastic surgeons in Bali, renowned for his artistry and attention to detail.
BIMC Nusa Dua CosMedic Centre offers the most sought after skin treatments in Asia Pacific along with the highest standards of patient care and the latest cosmetic technology.
The CosMedic Centre meets the growing appreciation for proven aesthetic skin treatments and skin rejuvenation techniques, safe non-surgical procedures as well as surgical procedures performed by leading cosmetic surgeons.
BIMC believes patient satisfaction post plastic surgery is most affected by surgeon-related factors, such as taking the time to answer questions and including patients in the decision making process.
Out patients are more satisfied if they feel that their physician provides them with compassionate, coordinated care. So to increase patient satisfaction, the staff at BIMC spend more quality time with patients.
Practice-related factors such as scheduling, office staff interactions and waiting times are also significantly related to patient satisfaction. Resources at the BIMC CosMedic Center are allocated to improving the time and quality of time spent directly with patients.
In August, BIMC was again accredited by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS). The hospital scored very well in four key areas: patient care, access to care, hospital maintenance and safety.
Having achieved initial accreditation in 2014, staff and management continue to deliver performance improvements that result in enhanced patient care. BIMC has not rested on its laurels and continues to educate staff on policies, procedures, patient rights, safety, quality improvement and infection control.
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