Healthcare in Indonesia

Understand the healthcare system in Indonesia from registering for health insurance to seeking medical treatment…

Indonesia's health-service infrastructure includes government health services, foreign aid, non-profit health organisations (NGOs), religious organisations, and the private sector. All public and private medical facilities in Indonesia are open to foreigners, but foreigners are not covered by any government health care programmes.

This section features information about how to register for health insurance, locate a doctor or pharmacy, and pay for medical care. In addition, there are details on the services provided for new mothers and babies in Indonesia, as well as a list of vital telephone numbers that can be contacted in case of emergency.