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International Health Insurance

Your health insurance probably not cover you for illnesses and injuries which occur outside your country of origin. It would be prudent to check with your insurance carrier before traveling, particularly if you have chronic health problems which are prone to reoccurrence. Special policies covering medical treatment abroad and/or medical evacuation are commercially available.

Indonesian Health Treatment

Indonesia with Bali has world-class health care facilities. There are medical practices, public and private hospitals. Affected by common cold or a bruise, a resident doctor can be visited on-site. Without any long waiting hours, you will be quickly turned to and treated. Which is unconventional and with short procedure. The fees are clear beneath those of the hospitals. The doctors often practice only for few hours in the early evening. During the day, the doctors work in one of the hospitals.

Study Abroad Preparation

With some forethought and a little planning, you can help ensure that your study abroad experience will brings the adventure and education you want.

  1. Assess your physical and mental health
  2. Know the demands and resources of the program
  3. See your health care practitioners; ensure you have proper vaccinations
  4. Know your insurance

Vaccinations

Make sure that your vaccinations are up-to-date before going abroad.

The essentials:
  • MMR
  • Diphtheria-tetanus
  • Hepatitis A and B

Additonal vaccinations are optional, depend on the leanth and location and should be used carefully. on the final destination, the length of the stay and other destinations you may plan to visit. Take in consideration, that it takes a while for the immunisation. Consult your doctor, tropical specialist or a tropical institute for futher information.

Safety Tips

  1. Emergency Contacts
    • Designate a parent or guardian as the emergency contact on your online application. This way we can contact this person easily in the event of a situation
  2. Communication Information
    • As important as an emergency contact is, it is also imporrant that Bali Studies has the updated contact information (phone, mobile, email, address) so that you can also easily be contacted in a situation.
  3. Preparation
    • You should keep family others informed of travel plans. Making sure that a room mate, parents, ground staff knows of plans to go somewhere while abroad is a good rule. In the event of an emergency you can easily be contacted.
  4. Keep Updated
    • You should know about the destination where you are travelling. Our website is also a good source of information for preparation. Although Bali Studies offer programs in stable, safe countries, it is still a good idea to regularly read local papers, watch local news, and be informed of anything that may affect your health and safety. We will keep you updated on any information that may affect your welfare.

Stay in touch

Stay in touch while studying in Bali.

  • Schedule regular calls
  • Drop picture from your location
  • Keep a blog to share your experience
  • Don’t forget to schedule plans back home

Bali Hospitals

Local call 0361 + Nr., Internal call +62 361 + Nr.

Street Area Phone
Bali Med Hospital Jl. Mahendradatta No. 57X Denpasar 484 748
Bali Royal Hospital Jl. Letda Tantular No. 6 Renon, Denpasar 247 499 222 588
BROS Hospital Jl. Tantular No. 6 Renon, Denpasar 247 499
BIMC Jl. ByPass Ngurah Rai No.100x Kuta 761 263
BIMC Kawasan BTDC Blok D Nusa Dua 3000 911
Clinic Penta Medica Jl. Teuku Umar Barat, No. 88 Denpasar 744 61 44 490 708
International SOS Medical Clinic Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 505X Kuta 710 505 720 100
Kasih Ibu Hospital Jl. Teuku Umar 120 Denpasar 223 036
Prima Medika Hospital Jl. Pulau Serangan No. 9X Denpasar 236 225
Sanglah Hospital Jl. Kesehatan Selatan 1 Denpasar 227 911 779 911
Siloam Hospitals Bali Jl. Sunset Road 818 Kuta 779 900
Surya Husadha Hospital Jl. Pulau Serangan No. 1 Denpasar 233 787
Palang Merah "Red Cross" Jl. Imam Bonjol Km 3 Denpasar 480 282 483 465

Bali Dentists

Bali Dental Clinic 911 Jl. Pattimura No. 11 Denpasar 249 749
Bali Dental Clinic 911 Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 1 Mall Galeria 766 254
Bali International Dental Center Jl. Diponegero No. 150 Pertokan IDT BI A Denpasar 22 -2541, -4218, -5433
Dr. J. R. Wijava Jl. Gatsu Timur No. 99 E Denpasar 742 1817, 0887 385 4442

Health and Safety Summary
  1. Prepare yourself
  2. Recommendation - Vaccinations
  3. Recommendation - International Insurance
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