Jakarta Health Dept holds a free healthcare service in Kota Tua area, Taman Sari, West Jakarta and its surrounding areas. The service including non-communicable disease screening, tension check-up, as well as blood glucose and HIV/AIDS.
In addition, there are also consul and health promotion
Relaying on Beritajakarta.com's data, since it opens at 9.30 AM-12 PM, there have been 50 people served, starting from visitors until officers of West Jakarta Social and Cleanliness sub-dept.
West Jakarta Cleanliness Sub-dept Head, Dewi Satiasari explains residents will undergo a measurement of body fat analysis, blood pressure, blood glucose test, HIV test and given an explanation of the results of the examination.
"In addition, there are also consul and health promotion. If there is something that needs to be handled, we will refer them to the puskesmas," she stated, Monday (10/24).
She continued, HIV screening is opened in Kota Tua, because the HIV sufferer in West Jakarta has reached 800 people along January-September.
"That's why we do this thus we can solve the disease early," she uttered.