Heart Disease and Cancer Predicted to Dominate by 2030

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, September 12 2018 - 16:30 IWST

RS Omni Jakarta (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)
RS Omni Jakarta (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Bekasi - The World Health Organization (WHO) predicts 89 percent of deaths in 2030 will be caused by diseases related to lifestyle in the digital era, said President Director of OMNI Hospitals, S Shrikanth.

"The city of Bekasi as one of the most densely populated and high-mobility cities, lifestyle change factors among the middle class cause many diseases related to lifestyle," he said in Bekasi, Tuesday (09/11/2018)

According to him, types of diseases related to lifestyle include heart disease, cancer and others.

According to him, Bekasi City is one of the centers of economic growth that attracts urbanization so that the population of Bekasi City of 2.6 million has become the fifth most populous city in Indonesia and the second most after Jakarta in Jabodetabek.

He said he was concerned about the increasing number of lifestyle-influenced diseases and the high demand for quality health services in the housing and corporate sectors.

OMNI Director of Pekayon Hospitals, Rona Tiurani, said that the company has many specialist doctors who have a reputation in their fields of work.

"They are doctors whose specialty is still rare in Indonesia, such as neurosurgery, surgical oncology," he said.

His party has currently launched OMNI Hospitals Pekayon as the 4th branch after Pulomas, Alam Sutra and Cikarang.

Hospitals in the Pekayon area of ​​Bekasi City are projected to serve the health of housing residents in the Kemang Pratama, Grand Galaxy, Galaxy Park and other areas.

"In addition, the Pekayon area is also flanked by a number of commercial centers," he said

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