Indonesia has the fourth largest population in the world, and liver disease has been a major disease threatening the health of Indonesian people for a long time.
In order to seek technical support for liver transplantation, Indonesian Ministry of Health, Indonesian University and Medical College sent delegations to FAHZU several times to study and express their strong desire to support Indonesian University in building hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery and liver transplantation center. Subsequently, in 2010 and 2011, the liver transplantation team of FAHZU was invited to Indonesia twice to deliver the first five cases of living donor liver transplantation, which created a precedent for living donor liver transplantation in Indonesia. Subsequently, many Indonesian patients came to FAHZU for hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery.
In November 2016, the cooperation project "Scientific and Technological Innovation Research on Comprehensive Treatment of Liver Transplantation and Hepatitis B-related Liver Diseases in China and Indonesia" was formally established.
In November, 2018, experts from Indonesia National Central General Hospital, University of Gadjah Mada and Dr. Sardjito General Hospital visited FAHZU to further discuss cooperation in personnel training, joint research and telemedicine.
In November 2019, FAHZU signed a memorandum of understanding with University of Gadjah Mada and Dr. Sardjito General Hospital, aiming at promoting cooperation in personnel exchange training, joint medical research, telemedicine, teaching and other fields.