Indonesia

NCC Profile

Country:Indonesia
NCC Name:Dharmais Cancer Hospital - National Cancer Center, Indonesia
NCC Address:Jl. Letjen Jend. S. Parman No.84-86, Jakarta Barat 11410

Vision

Become a comprehensive cancer Hospital and develops an equivalent Asian-level National Cancer Center.

Mission

  1. Provides comprehensive cancer services in accordance with current development based on evidence and Good Clinical Governance, Patient Safety and Patient Care Center
  2. Carries out a certified national reference education in cancer field with Academic Health System-based for the enhancement of cancer services in comprehensive cancer hospital level and development of National Cancer Center.
  3. Conduct research in cancer field with evidence and value based that can be applied in services.
  4. Carries out hospital cancer registration and support the implementation of national cancer registration
    • Develop network system with domestic and foreign institution in services, education and research sector to support the treatment of cancer in Indonesia
    • Create a conducive work climate, provides a competent HR and high-performance culture as well as providing facilities and infrastructure and IT according to best practice for comprehensive cancer hospital level and development of National Cancer Center.

 

History

Years Event
1993 Dharmais Cancer Hospital was inauguratedon October 30, with operational permit as Class A Specialized Hospital  
1993 Established as public/government hospital managed under Dharmais Board of Trustees.
2005 Changed status as Public Service Agency under the Ministry of Health 
2017 Established as National Cancer Center of Indonesia
2017 Started partnership as Affiliated Education Hospital with Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia

 

Department

Name:Dharmais Cancer Hospital
Location:Jakarta
Date of establishment:1993
Organization Type : Departments (1)
Number of beds:405
Total number of staff:168 staff doctor 537 nurses 312 non medical staff 626 administrative staff and management
Name:Research and Development Unit
Location:Jakarta
Date of establishment:N/A
Organization Type : Departments (2)
Number of beds:N/A
Total number of staff:20 research staff 9 cancer registrar
Name:Cancer Burden Unit
Location:Jakarta, Indonesia
Date of establishment:N/A
Organization Type : Departments (3)
Number of beds:N/A
Total number of staff:1 Staff
Name:International Journal of Cancer
Location:Jakarta, Indonesia
Date of establishment:N/A
Organization Type : Departments (3)
Number of beds:N/A
Total number of staff:2 Staff
Name:Systemic Theraphy Unit
Location:Jakarta, Indonesia
Date of establishment:N/A
Organization Type : Departments (4)
Number of beds:24 ODC beds 28 inpatient beds
Total number of staff:16 staff doctors 16 nurses administration staff and management 9 staff
Name:Oncology Polyclinic 1
  1. Oncology Clinic
  2. Pulmonary Clinic
  3. Immunology Clinic
  4. Nephrology Clinic
  5. Internal Medicine Clinic
  6. Dermatology and Genital Clinic

 

Name:Oncology Polyclinic 2
  1. Surgical Oncology Clinic
  2. Neurosurgery Clinic
  3. Thoracic Surgery Clinic
  4. Neurooncology Clinic
  5. Digestive Surgery Clinic
  6. Urology Clinic
  7. Orthopedic Clinic
  8. Cardiology Clinic
  9. ENT Clinic
  10. Eye Clinic
  11. Dental Clinic
  12. Psychiatry Clinic
  13. Pediatric Oncology Clinic
  14. Anesthesia Clinic
  15. Wound Care Clinic
Name:Executive Polyclinic
  1. Oncology Clinic
  2. Surgical Oncology Clinic
  3. Gynaecology Clinic
  4. Cardiology Clinic
  5. ENT Clinic
  6. Eye Clinic
  7. Dental Clinic

Key Activities

Activity Department
Cancer Registration (PBCR and national network of 14 HBCRs) Cancer Registry and National Cancer Burden Unit  
Early Detection and Screening on Breast Cancer Early Detection and Cancer Screening Department
Webinars Hospital Program and Planning Division

 

Key Research

Research Field Research Collaborator
Cancer Biomolecular  
   
   

Cancer Profile

Total Population 247,000,000
Income Group Lower Middle
Total Deaths 1,551,000
Life Expectancy at birth Total 71
Male 69
Female 73
Cancer Mortality Profile
Age-Standardized Cancer Mortality Trends
Cancer Incidence
Adult Risk Factors Current tobacco smoking (2011 Data) Males 66.8%
Females 3%
Total 34.9%
Total alcohol per capita consumption, in litres of pure alcohol (2010 Data) Males 1.1
Females 0.1
Total 0.6
Physical inactivity (2010 Data) Males 24.4%
Females 21.1%
Total 22.8%
Obesity (2014 Data) Males 3.6%
Females 7.8%
Totals 5.7%
Household solid fuel use (2012 Data) Males NA
Females NA
Total 47%
Cancer Plans, Monitoring, and Surveillance Has an operational cancer policy/strategy/action plan Yes
Has a cancer registry    
Scope Population-based
Coverage Subnational
Last Year of Data 2007
Cancer Primary Prevention Policies Tobacco Control Has an operational policy, strategy or action plan to reduce the burden of tobacco use Yes
Smoke-free legislation Three to five public places completely smoke-free
Tobacco dependence treatment NRT and/or some cessation services (neither cost-covered)
Warning labels Medium size warnings missing some appropriate characteristics OR large warnings missing many appropriate characteristics
Bans on advertising, promotion and sponsorship Complete absence of ban, or ban that does not cover national television, radio and print media
Tobacco taxes 51-75% of retail price is tax
Overweight and obesity prevention and control Has an operational policy, strategy or action plan for reducing overweight/obesity Yes
Physical inactivity prevention and control Has an operational policy, strategy or action plan to reduce physical inactivity and/or promote physical activity Yes
Harmful use of alcohol prevention and control Has an operational policy, strategy or action plan to reduce the harmful use of alcohol Yes
National Immunization Human Papillomavirus vaccination schedule NA
Hepatitis B vaccination schedule 0-7 days
Hepatitis B vaccination coverage, infants 85%
Cancer Screening and Early Detection Cervical Cancer Cervical cytology (PAP) Not generally available at the public primary health care level
Acetic Acid Vizualization (VIA) Not generally available at the public primary health care level
Breast Cancer Breast palpation / clinical breast exam (CBE) Not generally available at the public primary health care level
Mammogram Not generally available at the public primary health care level
Colorectal Cancer Faecal occult blood test or faecal immunological test Not generally available at the public primary health care level
Bowel cancer screening by exam or colonoscopy Not generally available at the public primary health care level
Cancer Treatment and Palliative Care Radiotherapy Not generally available in the public health system
Total high energy teletherapy units / million inhabitants 0
Number of radiotherapy centres 23
Number of radiation oncologists 41
Chemotherapy (medicines not specified) Not generally available in the public health system
Oral morphine (formulation not specified) Not generally available in the public health system
Non-methadone morphine equivalent consumption per cancer death (mg) NA
Community/home care for people with advanced stage cancer and other NCDs Not generally available
REMARKS * No mortality data available. Figures are based on national incidence estimates and modelled survival.
SOURCE Extracted from: WHO Cancer Country Profiles 2014 (https://www.who.int/cancer/country-profiles/idn_en.pdf?ua=1) as of 2019/05/30

Services for Patients

For information please click the following link:

http://dharmais.co.id