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When we asked members about emergency services in Indonesia, they wrote...

"There are many clinics and hospitals [in Bali] that are privately owned, but the ones in rural areas are staffed by people who speak little English. The most most popular hospital is BIMC in Nusa Dua which offers superb healthcare," said a member in Bali, Indonesia.

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"Emergency services in Indonesia are generally reliable and efficient. In the event of an emergency, the best way to call for an ambulance is to dial the emergency number 112. This number is toll-free and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The operator will then dispatch an ambulance to the location of the emergency," remarked another expat who made the move to Indonesia.

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