Tuesday, June 13th, 2017
BENGKULU – The rooms of Teluk Sepang district head in Bengkulu city and Tabalagan, Bengkulu Tengah regency were flocked by people who wanted to get free medical service. The event was held by Indosat Ooredoo telecommunications firm in cooperation with PKPU HI Bengkulu on June 10-11, 2017. It ran well as people came enthusiastically.
The free medical service is a social humanitarian activity to show care to people in the health field. The service consists of general medical checkup, children under five service, pregnant mothers checkup and additional food (PMT). It involves one doctor, two nurses, one pharmacist, one midwife and one nutritionist.
In Teluk Sepang village, Bengkulu city on Saturday (10/6), the event which began at 13.00 West Indonesia Time (WIB) was attended by Teluk Sepang village coordinator, the people and PKPU HI Bengkulu team. It was participated in by 281 people consisting of 176 people for general medical checkup, 21 pregnant mothers and 84 children under five. Agus as the imam of mosque in Teluk Sepang expressed his gratitude for the free medical service in Teluk Sepang. “I hope this event will continue because this is highly needed,” he stated.
Meanwhile, in Tabalagan village, Bengkulu Tengah regency, the free medical service was attended by the head of Tabalagan village, the people and PKPU HI Bengkulu team. The event on Sunday (11/6) which began yang at 09.00 WIB was participated in by 133 people. In his speech, Otto Komri as the head of Tabalagan village said thanks for the free medical service. According to him, this activity is really beneficial as it can help people in the health field. “We would like to thank PKPU and Indosat Ooredoo for holding this activity in our area. We hope everything goes well and it can be held again next year,” he added.
In the meantime, head of PKPU HI Bengkulu Rahmad Sopian, thanked Indosat Ooredoo for the cooperation. “Hopefully, we can cooperate in other programs and this activity can bring benefit to people,” he stated. (Erlisa/Gie/PKPU_HI)