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    Hi, it's more for expat ladies I suppose cos I'm looking for a lab/hospital/gynecologist who can do blood test for pregnancy test with the result in English so when I go back to Europe, I can show the result to my gyne here in Europe, any recommendation?

    Also I suppose unlike Europe, the lab/hospital/gyne doesn't need many days in advance to make appointment cos I'm thinking to have the test on 28 Jun.

    I understand there is a national insurance in Indo called BPJS and I suppose for those who work in Indo would have health insurance sponsored by their employers, well I don't have these as I never work in Indo so if I paid all cost privately, would it be very expensive by any chance? I have national insurance similar to BPJS in the country I'm living in but I doubt if I can ask for even partial reimbursement from my national insurance since Indo isn't in EU, so if it's not that expensive, I don't mind paying it out of my own pocket.

    Thanks a million in advance for any tip.

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    I don't know any place in Indonesia that does that although I think there are many . You could check the Yellow Pages (www.yellowpages.co.id) for "Laboratories" or "Hospitals" . A big laboratory that I already used is "Prodia" .

    An easier option would be getting a result in Indonesian language and translate it . If your doctor requires it to be "officially" translated , you can hire a sworn translator for as low as Rp80'000 (less than US$6) per page .
    Last edited by marcus; 10-06-19, 10:35.

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      Originally posted by marcus View Post
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      An easier option would be getting a result in Indonesian language and translate it . If your doctor requires it to be "officially" translated , you can hire a sworn translator for as low as Rp80'000 (less than US$6) per page .
      Thanks for this. Do you know any medical translator by any chance? No it doesn't have to be sworn translator.

      A local friend suggested Bunda Hospital but I'm not sure if she's certain about it.

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