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RS Pondok Indah - Bintaro Jaya Hospital, Indonesia

STH undertook the design services for this 230 bed greenfield private hospital in Jakarta. The hospital reflects a solutogenic urban design solution that integrates health, wellness and community. The facility forms part of the planned city of Bintaro with planned green corridors, mixed use commercial buildings, retail, short stay facilities and multifaceted residential developments.

The design is intended to represent first class healthcare services for local and international patients and a patient-centred approach that encapsulates the client’s service and quality excellence, to deliver services with innovation based on the Good Corporate Governance and Good Clinical Government principles. Evidence Based design and sustainability was embedded into the design, with access to natural light maximised, staff travel distances minimised, and large glazed windows framing patient views from bedrooms. The hospital incorporates a variety of green attributes, such as sustainable sites initiatives (SITES), water and energy efficiencies, as well as Environmental Impact Analysis (AMDAL) that is supported by high technology to reduce pollutants.

Staff and visitor retreat areas provide respite and natural materials and soft colours help promote a relaxed environment. Connections to biophilia are most evident in the mature trees within the atrium. The hospital also boasts innovations in delivering the utilisation of advanced medical technology and the digital paperless information system

The hospital is a 10 level facility, with 4 inpatient floors providing a tower form, and 3 levels of diagnostic and treatment and one floor of staff facilities below. The full spectrum of an acute modern private hospital is provided, with emergency, theatres, outpatient clinics, inpatient units, rehabilitation, maternity and paediatrics, special care nursery and private consulting. There are also two special clinics, a Dental Specialist Clinic and an Orthopaedic Clinic. Stage 1 is complete, and includes 100 inpatient beds. The hospital is designed to expand as Stage 2, to 230 beds.

STH undertook the design services for this hospital. Arkonin was the Architect of Record.


Completion 2017

Pondok Indah Group

Risna Halidi