University of Indonesia Teaching Hospital On Course

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The establishment of 12 teaching hospitals is currently behind the earlier target of 24 teaching hospitals, even though these 12 hospitals were built in just one year. This was emphasized in the statement of the Chairman of Joint Committee of Teaching Hospitals, who is also the Director General of Human Resources for Science, Technology, and Higher Education, Prof. Dr. Ali Ghufron Mukti. He stated that Kemenristekdikti had actually built and funded the Teaching Hospital (RS).

The establishment of University of Indonesia Hospital (RSUI), is one such University Hospitals establishment. RSUI is almost 92 percent completed and is expected to start operating in early 2018.

According to the Government Regulation Number 93 year 2015, a Teaching Hospital of Education is a hospital that functions as a place of integrated education, research, and health service in the field of medical or dental education, continuing education, and other multi-professional health education.

The Rector of UI, Prof. Dr. Ir. Muhammad Anis, M.Met, stated that Kemenristekdikti supported RSUI to become a solution for the needs of health professionals. The purpose of the development of a world class university in UI is to upgrade the educational capacity in contributing to the quality of service and the provision of primary, secondary, and tertiary service. RSUI is the first Public University (PTN) in Indonesia that has the concept and design of one-stop health service, from the primary, secondary, to flagship service.

Link: http://life.viva.co.id/news/read/907646-universitas-indonesia-segera-miliki-rumah-sakit-pendidikan

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