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Anugerah Tomohon Hospital. (Photo: donny/publikreport.com)
Patient of Anugerah Tomohon Hospital, 8 people
“From the data until this morning on May 14, 2019, there are only 8 patients here”
Dr. Jerry Bororing, Director of Anugerah Tomohon Hospital.
TOMOHON, publikreport.com – Nearly a year in operation, but it seems that the Anugerah City Regional Hospital (RSUD) of Tomohon, North Sulawesi Province (North Sulawesi) has not been able to demonstrate capable management capabilities as the people want. The proof, in addition to medical facilities (medical devices) that are still minimal, the number of patients handled is still very little.
“From the data until this morning on May 14, 2019, there are only 8 patients here,” said Director of Anugerah Tomohon Hospital, Dr. Jerry Bororing to publikreport.com, Tuesday, May 14, 2019.
In addition to Anugerah Hospital, which has not received patients with BPJS (Social Security Agency), other causes, so patients are still lacking, according to Jerry, are minimal health equipment.
“For the size of the RSUD Type-D health equipment here is still minimal. Also on the factor is that there may not be a patient service for BPJS users. Well, this is because the Tomohon Hospital has not been accredited, “he said.
Currently, Jerry explained, his party is preparing for accreditation which will be held on 12-14 June 2019.
“We work hard to prepare everything for later accreditation. Among them are physical and others, “he said.
One of the families of patients who happened to hear the talk of reporters and Director of Anugerah Tomohon Hospital, commented.
“If not ready, the Tomohon Government should not rush to operate this hospital. With 8 patients like this, what will be done by hundreds of civil servants (Civil Servants) and honorarium workers here, “said Johny Poluan, a resident of Talete 1 Village, Central Tomohon District, Tomohon City.
One of the staffing staff of RSUD Anugerah revealed that the number of employees in the government-owned hospital was more than 300 people.
“Here there are 71 rooms with 354 employees,” he said.