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Medical Department of Surgery

 

Medical Department of Surgery

 

Overview

 

Historically, the Department of Surgery established paralleled to the founding of RSUPN dr Cipto Mangunkusumo (RSCM) and be through many attributes since its founding. Formerly in the beginning of Centrale Burgelijke Ziekenhuis (CBZ, founded in 1919) it was attributed to “Tim Kamar Bedah (‘het team van kamer chirurgie’, the team of surgeon)”; ‘group of medical staff in surgery’ (1980’s) and nowadays it attributes to the Department of Surgery.

 

In spite of education and training of hierarchical unit of the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia, the department of Surgery is an important structural working unit of medical services of RSCM that is responsible to provide surgical services in the hospital. The provided services were aimed to cases of emergency and elective one and managed based on available disciplines (branches) in surgery which had been developed in early decade of 1970s, including trauma, infection, malignancy, degenerative and congenital anomalies. As the central and national reference public hospital and new kind of regulation in health care system in Indonesia, it seem the surgical services predominantly aimed to the difficult cases as well as advanced and full–blown one; which is a kind of tertiary surgical care requiring multimodalities– and multidisciplinary approach.  

 

From the management aspect of view, the regulation in the hospital management which is a kind of rearrangement and oriented to internationally-accredited (Joint Commission International, JCI) since 2005 has brought the department of surgery to the era of a well–structured management. Encouraged by the new atmosphere in hospital management of RSCM the Department of Surgery comes to the first quadrant of SWOT matrix of such the analyses. It means any efforts in the management should be addressed and focused on rapid growth to achieve the goal: i.e. “infinite experience for all by 2019.”    

 

Service

 

There are services provided as follows:

-        Twenty four hours emergency services provided in the Emergency Room

-        Clinics of surgery during working days in official hours, available for each disciplines (branch) of surgery

-        Inpatient care, both in surgical ICU and wards

-        Operating theatres, available for each disciplines (branch) of surgery

-        All above mentioned are available for public and private services

 

Clinics of Surgery (+ Foto)

 

1. Clinics of Surgery

2. Clinics of Subspecialty of Surgery

a.       Public Clinics

Available in Surgical Outpatient Clinics, front building 2nd floor

1)        Clinic of Gastrointestinal (Digestive) Surgery

2)        Clinic of Oncology – Head Neck and Breast Surgery

3)        Clinic of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

4)        Clinic of Plastic Surgery

5)        Clinic of Vascular Surgery

6)        Clinic of Pediatric Surgery

b.      Private Clinics

Available in Kencana Surgical Outpatient Clinics

1)        Clinic of Gastrointestinal (Digestive) Surgery

2)        Clinic of Oncology – Head Neck and Breast Surgery

3)        Clinic of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

4)        Clinic of Plastic Surgery

5)        Clinic of Vascular Surgery

6)        Clinic of Pediatric Surgery

c.       Specialized Clinics

Available in Central Medical Unit (CMU3) Building, Surgical Outpatient Clinics, 2nd floor

1)        Clinic of Cleft and Craniofacial Surgery

2)        Clinic of Burn Surgery

 

Operating Theater (+Foto)

1.      Operating Theater of Instalasi Bedah Pusat (IBP, Central Operating Theater)

2.      Operating Theater of Kencana

3.      Operating Theater of One Day Care (ODC)

4.      Operating Theater of Cleft and Craniofacial Center, CCC) in CMU3 building

5.      Operating Theater of Burn Unit in CMU3 building