Thousand Islands Regent Junaedi, released the departure of the Fatahillah archipelago remote island vessel (KM JPTN) from the Pier 16, Ancol, North Jakarta. The vessel is used as a floating clinic that will provide free health services for residents on Lancang and Untung Jawa islands, South Thousand Islands sub-district.
" We appreciate the free health services for the residents through this floating clinic"
He said, it is a social assistance in the health sector from the company PT Kimia Farma, which is a State-Owned Enterprise (BUMN) in collaboration with the Al-Quran Waqf Agency (BWA).
"We appreciate the free health services for the residents through this floating clinic," he expressed, Monday (12/21).
In the floating clinic service, it would also collaborate with the Health Sub-agency in terms of medical personnel and medicinal needs.
"Hopefully its service can run smoothly and will be continued to nine other residential islands in six sub-districts," he explained.
While, BWA Agency Chief Executive Officer Heru Binawan added it would operate from December 21-23.
"We have prepared two general practitioners and five paramedics to serve the people on the two islands for free," he stated.