Mayor of Bekasi Appreciates to Performance and Investment of Siloam Hospitals

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, October 25 2017 - 15:00 IWST

Dr. dr. Andry COO Siloam Hospitals Group, Rahmat Effendi Walikota Bekasi, dr. Nico Frits Direktur RS Siloam Bekasi Timur dan Caroline Riady Deputy CEO Siloam Hospitals Group (Foto Humas)
Dr. dr. Andry COO Siloam Hospitals Group, Rahmat Effendi Walikota Bekasi, dr. Nico Frits Direktur RS Siloam Bekasi Timur dan Caroline Riady Deputy CEO Siloam Hospitals Group (Foto Humas)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Bekasi - Mayor of Bekasi, Dr. Rahmat Efendy said he will fully support a number of parties who invest in the city bekasi. The statement was delivered Rahmat Efendy when inaugurated Siloam Hospital Bekasi, Tuesday (24/10/2017) in East Bekasi.

It is said Rahmat Efendy, with the inclusion of investment in Bekasi, economic stimulus increasingly dynamic and impact on the increase of people's welfare, especially in Bekasi.

"Investment is included in the scope of health, because human resources must be healthy to support the work activities and therefore need high quality healthcare investment investment with guaranteed quality I support it, including the health service in Siloam Bekasi," said Rahmat Efendy.

In the same place, Director of Siloam Bekasi Hospital, Dr. Nico Fritz, welcomed the support given by Mayor of Bekasi. According to Nico, with the support delivered by the Mayor, will be a trigger for the consistency of maintaining the quality of existing services in the hospital Siloam Bekasi.

"Thank you for your support from all parties, including the support delivered by Mr. Mayor Rahmat Efendy One of the services we prepared quickly is an emergency service that is always ready to receive calls at any time. This we do for Investment performance of human resources in Bekasi, especially in keeping with the international quality standard," said Nico Fritz.

The idea of ​​delivering health services in the city of Bekasi is Siloam group's commitment to reach people who need quality health services with international standard.

As a commitment of RS Siloam Bekasi Timur in supporting one of government health program that is National Health Insurance (JKN), then RS Siloam Bekasi Timur will also serve people who have insurance card BPJS

Currently RS Siloam East Bekasi has a medical team of 20 doctors, including 4 general practitioners, 2 dentists, 2 dental specialists, and 11 specialists.

The availability of medical personnel is followed by the improvement of the quality of service facilities, including Inpatient Services, Outpatient Services, Minor Operation Services, Hemodialisa supported by modern equipment.

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