Ever looked forward to a tropical break only to fall ill when you arrive? A change in place, weather and food can sometimes leave you suffering from certain health woes and this is only made worse when you are unprepared. Whether it’s just a common cold or a nasty bout of traveller’s tummy, you don’t want to spend your days in bed when you should be chilling outside, making the most of the sun, sea and surf in Bali.

It’s better to see a doctor and get medication when you’re feeling a bit under the weather. So, where to see a doctor in Bali?

Bali Doctors and Hospitals

Bali has a selection of hospitals and clinics offering healthcare services that can be trusted and are of sound quality, some at par with international standards. From small, specialized clinics to all-encompassing hospitals complete with ICUs and emergency rooms, there is a range of healthcare services depending on the severity of the problem and your proximity to the closest option.

Bali International Medical Center(BIMC), Kuta
This is the best and one of the most recognised hospitals in Bali. If you’re looking for a hospital with an international setting where all doctors and nurses speak English, then this is the place to go. This hospital caters almost exclusively to foreigners in Bali. Most insurance companies have a tie-up with them so you won’t be have to pay upfront and the hospital will directly bill your insurance company. The facilities, treatment and attention given at BIMC is remarkable. They have a 24 hour medical center and also a doctor service available on calls to hotels or villas in Bali. BIMC also has a new hospital in Nusa Dua.

Contact – BIMC, Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai No.100X Kuta, Denpasar
Phone : +62 361-761263

BIMC Hospital, Bali

SOS International, Kuta
Most expats in Bali prefer visiting BIMC or SOS for the western standards offered here and the ease of payments through your insurer. For any medical emergencies, SOS offers quick medical assistance. They also offer a fleet of air ambulances for emergencies that require medical evacuation.

Contact – SOS International, Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 505X ,Kuta 80361
Phone: +62 361 720100

International SOS Bali

Both BIMC and SOS are western owned and operated, and are well connected for access from Kuta, Nusa Dua and Sanur. Since these clinics are headed by American, Australian, and British doctors, they are more expensive than care at the local Indonesian hospitals and clinics. Hence, it’s always better to have travel insurance.

Sanglah Public Hospital, Denpasar
This is the local public hospital in Bali and is good enough to cater to major illnesses, accidents and surgeries. They also have ambulance service for emergency.

Contact – Sanglah Public Hospital, Jl. Kesehatan No. 1 Sanglah, Denpasar
Phone : 361-227911

Bali Sanglah Hospital

Siloam Hospital, Kuta
Siloam is another good hospital in Bali with great facilities, professional staff and attentive service. The hospital is conveniently located in Kuta and their team of qualified professionals aim to offer world class healthcare at par with western standards.

Contact – Jalan Sunset Road, no. 818, Kuta, Badung
Phone: +62 361 779 900

Siolam Hospital Kuta

Bali Clinic, Seminyak
If you’re staying in Seminyak and looking for a doctor for minor illnesses like cold, fever or even Bali Belly, you can see a doctor at the Bali Clinic.

Contact – Bali Clinic, Jl. Lasmana / Oberoi no. 54, Seminyak
Phone: +62 361 733301 / 733302 / 7847902

Bali Clinic Seminyak

There are pharmacies and med-marts all over Bali. A wide selection of medicines are available at Med Mart & Pharmacy on Jl Raya Seminyak. The prices are nearly a fraction of the cost in Australia.

For any other medical assistance, you can reach out to your villa manager for details.