Immanuel Hospital is a privately-run Christian hospital in Bandung, West Java which is also a Teaching Hospital. The hospital occupied a 5.2 Ha area with building size of more than 34,685m2, with more than 345 beds. Facilities include Central Surgery, Sleep Laboratory and Nutrition Clinic.
At the end of 2008 we received information about the plan of expansion of a new building for ICU, NICU, PICU and OT. This is a building dedicated to the founder, called Alkema Memorial Building. We tried to offer ceiling pendant as solution for OT and ICU, but the concept was still quite new so the users were not familiar with the utilization of ceiling pendants outside of OT. At the beginning of 2009 we invited the ICU and OT users to have a site visit to our pendant installations in other hospitals and explained in more details about the utilization of pendants in ICU as space and workflow management solution, not just ceiling extension arms to hold equipments, therefore it is applicable also in ICU not only in OT.
At that time the progress of the building was already 50% built, and after many approaches finally we succeeded in convincing the users. In April 2009 during the Board of Directors meeting, the users requested to look into purchasing ceiling pendants for ICU and OT.
Immanuel Hospital, Indonesia