The government has established certain standard to assess the performance of BUMN and it is stated within BUMN Minister's Decree No: KEP-100/BMU/2002 about The Assessment of Health Rate of State-Owned Enterprise. This research aimed to find out enterprise health rate pursuant to BUMN Minister's Decree No: KEP-100/MBU/2002. Research type is descriptive, and the object of research is PG Djatiroto Lumajang. Focus of research is given upon enterprise health rate based on BUMN Minister's Decree No: KEP-100/MBU/2002. Enterprise health rate is understood through assessing the performance of financial aspect which include ROE, ROI, cash ratio, current ratio, inventory turnover, collection periods, total asset turnover, and total of equity capital to total assets, operational aspect which includes land bearing capacity, tons of cane per hectare, yield, and hours and ride off the rollers and administrative aspect which includes the annual accounts report, the draft RKAP, periodic reports and performance PUKK. Data collection technique involves interview, documentation and through book studying. Result of analysis gives explanation about three aspects, including financial aspect, operational aspect and administrative aspect. If measured with the criteria in BUMN Minister's Decree No: KEP-100/MBU/2002, Health Rate of PG Djatiroto has been decreasing since 2012 to 2014.