Jakarta. Hospital operator Siloam International Hospitals and industrial township developer Lippo Cikarang worked together to hold free medical services in Pasir Tanjung, Central Cikarang, West Java, as part of its corporate social responsibility program, Lippo Cikarang said in a statement on Wednesday (07/06).
550 people participated in the program and local government heads and senior executives of Lippo Cikarang attended the event, the company said in the statement.
"We regularly have this health care service every year, especially in welcoming the Ramadan, we hope [Muslims] can have a smooth fasting month," Toto Barthlomeus, the president director of Lippo Cikarang said in the statement.
The free medical services include free medical diagnostics by general and specialist physicians for various illnesses or diseases. According to the company, the services have helped people with respiratory illnesses, hypertension and heart disorders.
"We thank Lippo Cikarang for inviting Siloam International Hospitals to provide free medical services to people in our village. In the future, we hope there could be more of this kind of servicess," Pasir Tanjung village head, Mariah said.
Public relations head of Lippo Cikarang, Ria Sormin, said the health care service is part of the company's commitment to helping people in the surrounding areas of Cikarang, its industrial township.
Business development head at Siloam Hospitals, Astu Juni, said that the free medical services are part of Lippo Group's mission to provide health care services to the community.
Lippo Cikarang and Siloam International Hospitals are both affiliated with Lippo Group.