Yayasan Bumi Sehat

Open 24/7, no days off
Type of place
The history of the maternity hospital.
The village tradition of midwives had died out, and many women had no other choice but to give birth in hospitals, which was expensive for them. Robin and her team started offering prenatal care, childbirth assistance, and postnatal care in the small village where they lived.
At that time, maternal mortality in Indonesia was high, and Robin and her team decided they could offer a midwifery model of care to address this issue. The demand for childbirth services grew until Robin and her team decided to open a small clinic in Nyuh Kuning, near Ubud.
Over the next two decades, as demand grew, Bumi Sehat continued to expand its services. The clinic now offers a full range of prenatal and postnatal care, a birthing center, infant and child health care, and a complete range of both allopathic and traditional Chinese medicine for the whole family.