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Bali Royal Hospital Develops KDH Singaraja Hospital
Bali Royal Hospital (BROS), which has entered its 7th year, is now doing external and managerial development. BROS is now developing Karya Dharma Husada Hospital (KDH) in Singaraja area which has been established for 21 years. With the management of KDH by BROS, the hospital is officially renamed as KDH BROS Hospital.
The re-launching of RSU KDH BROS which was held last Friday (2/2), marked the new hospital management. The inauguration was conducted by Vice Regent of Buleleng, dr. I Nyoman Sutjidra, Sp.OG in the hospital hall. On this occasion, also attended by Vice Chairman of DPRD Ketut Wirsana, Director of RSU KDH BROS dr. Anak Agung Oka Sulaksmi, Director of PT Putra Husada Jaya Ir. Ida Bagus Indrajaya and representatives from PT Karya Dharma Husada dr. Gede Eka Rusdi Antara, Sp.B., KBD.
The goals of BROS in developing KDH Hospital is a part of its commitment to assist hospitals located in the regions area to improve the standard of health services. BROS sees the potential of market development in Singaraja which is quite rapidly. This reason became one of BROS consideration to develop hospital in Singaraja. It is hoped that community access to health facilities will be easier and it is expected to become an option for the people in Singaraja area especially in choosing health service facilities.
Adequate health care facilities certainly become a much-needed services, seeing the rapid growth of Singaraja city. The goals to have an equal distribution of health services is expected to be achieved through the development of BROS health services to Buleleng. Through this development, BROS hopes to contribute to the improvement of health service and supporting facilities, so that it can make RSU KDH BROS a C class hospital in the future.
In order to welcome Indonesia’s Mother’s Day which falls on 22nd December, BROS in collaboration with IIPG held examination on early detection for cervical cancer through IVA test last Sunday (17/12). This event was held to improve the society awareness on the importance of early detection for cervical cancer. This free IVA examination provide the opportunity for people to check their breast and vital organ.
The IVA test was done by the Indonesia Midwives Association (IBI) under the supervision of gynecologist, dr. I Made Darmayasa, Sp.OG(K). There are 100 participations who participated during the event from all region in Bali. All of the participant also had the opportunity to have a free consultation with the doctor. The event was welcomed by the surrounding community, which can be seen through their enthusiasm and their concern for the health of their vital organ.
This program aims to reduce the death rate of women with cervical cancer. All of the participants also received education from the midwives and doctor as a step to improve community health status through the implementation of healthy living. With the implementation of the IVA test for early detection of cervical cancer, it is hope that it will be able to minimize the number of cervical cancer patient and to get treated as early as possible.
In order to welcome Mother’s Day, IIPG Prov. Bali proudly presents seminar on prevention of cervical cancer & IVA test. Open for public and Free.