Edition 568, 25 August 2014
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Indonesian private hospital seeks training in general hospital and infertility management practices
Monday, August 25 2014
An Indonesian private hospital in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan is looking for a partner institution to deliver training and short courses in hospital management and specific courses in infertility management practices.
The hospital aims to be the top healthcare provider in Balikpapan, while also serving the wider region of East Kalimantan. It is seeking Australian training providers who can deliver professional development training in the areas of hospital management and infertility.
The hospital management training/course should include the following core elements:
• healthcare system management
• hospital finance management
• hospital human resources management
• hospital emergency planning.
The infertility training/course should include both clinical management and laboratory practices.
The hospital would like to send a group of five doctors and health specialists to Australia for training of, ideally, about two weeks.
In accordance with this, the hospital management is seeking the following detailed information to submit to their Board for approval:
• course modules
• indicative costs
• facilities available.
The hospital was originally a maternity clinic located in the city of Balikpapan. To meet increasing demand from a growing urban population, the facility was extensively redeveloped into a general hospital.
Balikpapan is a seaport city on the east coast of Borneo Island, the most prosperous location in Kalimantan. Served by the refurbished Sepinggan International airport, the city is a hub for all districts in the area. Income is principally generated from mining and the production of oil, natural gas and coal. There is a significant expatriate population. Currently there are only 11 hospitals in Balikpapan which serve close to 700 000 people in the city, and many of these are considered sub-standard.
Based on the Government's Master Plan for Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia's Economic Development, Kalimantan has been set as Economic Corridor number III: Center for production and processing of national mining and energy reserves.
Interested institutions should log-in to the Austrade website and submit an expression of interest form and send to Ms Siska Wiliyhana, Senior Education Manager, Austrade Jakarta.
For further information about this opportunity, please contact Ms Siska Wiliyhana.