The Jakarta Post
Looking ahead: Mayapada Group founder Dato Sri Tahir (left), Mayapada Healthcare CEO Jonathan Tahir (second left) and West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil (third left) chat on the sidelines of an event marking the early development stage of the group’s hospital project in Bandung, West Java, on Thursday. Mayapada Healthcare has invested Rp 700 billion (US$48.209 million) to construct the hospital, which will have 14 stories and 300 beds.(JP/Arya Dipa)The Mayapada Group plans to invest up to Rp 700 billion (US$48.209 million) by the end of this year to build its eighth hospital in the country in Buahbatu district, Bandung, West Java.
Mayapada Healthcare CEO Jonathan Tahir said the hospital would provide the latest and most sophisticated medical facilities, especially for cancer treatment. The planned hospital will have 14 floors on a 16,274-square meter plot of land.