Our vision is to be an excellent center of education, research and service in Anesthesia in the Asean region by 2019. To achieve this, our mission are to offer innovative specialist education in Anesthesia and professional guidance for the anesthesist to produce quality human resources, to maintain the quality outcome of anesthesiologist through an educational process that fits to the national curriculum standards, to promote community service in the form of training and consultancy to meet the health needs of the community, to develop curriculum together with all centers of Anesthesia Education in Indonesia based on the development of science and technology, and to develop research. Currently we have eight divisions in the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy, including Intensive Care, Neuroanesthesia, Pediatric Anesthesia, Obstetric Anesthesia, Regional Anesthesia, Pain Management, Emergency and Cardiovascular Anesthesia. Over the last six years five staff have completed their doctoral degree, in the field of neuroanesthesia, obstetric anesthesia and cardiovascular isease.Our center has been appointed as a Center of Obstetric Anesthesia for consultant education program, has now entered the second year. Starting from a hospital-based program, now the program is moving toward a university based education program.
The cardiovascular team has been developed since twenty years ago. In cooperation with the National Hospital Heart Center Harapan Kita in Jakarta, currently our cardiovascular surgical team (consisting of Dr., Ngurah Artika SpAn, KAKV, Dr. Yudo Bhirowo Pratomo, SpAn, KAKV and Dr. Junikurniawati SpAn has been able to carry out cardiac surgery, with tencases per year. The number of patients continues to increase by year.
Pediatric Anesthesia team who worked with the pediatric surgery team was pioneered by Dr. Muhdar Abubakar SpAn, KAP. Currently two pediatric anesthesia consultant joined this team, i.e. Dr. Djajantisari SpAn, KAP and Dr. Yunita Widyastuti SpAn, KAP, PhD. The team has experienced successful surgery for separating conjoined twins several times. The most recent surgery was the liver transplant in cooperation with Kyoto University Hospital, Japan. This team continues to grow. Anesthesia Department is very concerned on patient safety. As a commitment, in collaboration with the Yogyakarta branch of Indonesian Society of Anesthesiologists and Intensive Therapy , a symposium and workshop on complications of anesthesia (SOAC) was offered starting in 2011. With better knowledge and understanding the complications of anesthesia, complications can be minimized and anticipated. The symposium is conducted annualy to attract increased number of participants. In 2013 in conjunction with the 3rd Symposium of Anesthesia Complications, our Journal of Anesthesia Complications has been launched. The journal has been published three times per year, mainly contains the results of research conducted at
the Anesthesiology Department. In 2016, the journal started to publish its online version.
|1980||Anesthesiology was still a Laboratory in the Surgical Unit.|
|1981||The first Head of the Laboratory of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care was dr. Muhdar Abubakar SpAn and Head of Functional Implementation Unit (UPF) was dr. Sarosa Pandit H, SpAn.|
|1982||Laboratory of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care (now Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy) officially established|
|1985||Specialist education program on Anesthesia started.|
|1989||First resident trained (dr. I Gusti Rai Ngurah R Artika – now consultant on Cardiac Surgery Anesthesia), and officially recognized by the Ministry of Education and Culture as one of the centers for Anesthesiology and Intensive Care residency program.|
|1998||Department of Anesthesia changed into Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation|
|2010||The name of department was changed once again to Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy|