While many vacationers in Bali are content to laze away under the sun, a good number also enjoy taking the occasional risk and perhaps do things here in Bali that they wouldn’t commonly do at home.

For example, many tourists ride motorbikes without a helmet, despite the fact that the roads here are not noted for their softness.

Bike and scooter accidents are unfortunately common, and they usually happen due to one of what we’ve coined the ‘7 Deadly Biking Sins’:

  1. Riding on poorly maintained roads
  2. Riding shoddily maintained bikes
  3. Riding without a helmet
  4. Riding without a proper license
  5. Ignoring road rules
  6. Choosing poorly lit roads
  7. Riding while intoxicated.

Committing just one of these can lead to a devastating accident.

While no one hopes for an emergency, it’s comforting to know that there is world-class medical care available in Bali at BIMC Hospital in Kuta. Managed and staffed by an internationally acclaimed team, BIMC offers immaculately clean facilities, highly-skilled doctors and nurses, luxurious ward rooms, and advanced medical equipment.

At BIMC, we understand that the need for hospital treatment in a foreign country can be unsettling, which is why all our staff are highly proficient in English. Many have obtained advanced degrees overseas and are familiar with international standards of care.

We have emergency teams on call 24 hours a day to handle any medical emergency.

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, BIMC has been committed to ensuring the safety of every individual at our facility, including staff, visitors, and patients. Masks are required of everyone that enters the hospital. Hand sanitizer is available at every entrance and exit. All areas in the hospital are thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis, with particular attention given to high-touch points.

So, get out there and explore our beautiful island, but please do your best to remain aware of potential risks and stay safe.

For more information and appointment, Please contact BIMC Call Centre at +62 811 3960 8500 (WA Chat only), BIMC Emergency Call 24 Hours at +62 361 761263.

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