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Universitas IGM - PT Medikaloka Hermina TBK Ready to Welcome Indonesia's Health Future

Senin, 14 Agustus 2023

In a collaborative to improve the health and education sector in Indonesia, Universitas Indo Global Mandiri (IGM) and PT Medikaloka Hermina have signed an MoU agreement and cooperation in the field of education and health.
The signing of the memorandum of understanding was carried out directly by Dr H. Marzuki Alie, Rector of UIGM with Dr Hasmoro, SpAn (KIC), MHA, MM President Director of PT Medikaloka Hermina Tbk at Menara Hermina Jakarta, Friday (11/8) yesterday.
This collaboration agreement is a high commitment in creating collaborations that have a positive impact on the world of health and education in Indonesia.
Vice Rector III of Universitas Indo Global Mandiri (IGM), Prof Erry Yulian T Adesta, Ph.D said, there are several goals agreed upon in the collaboration, which are the implementation of the three pillars of higher education, increasing the professionalism of the human capital of Universitas Indo Global Mandiri and making Hermina Hospital in Palembang as a Primary Education Hospital.
It can be a transfer of knowledge between each other, said Prof Erry.
According to him, this collaboration is a momentum to support the government, especially related to the human development index, which is education and health. Appreciation to Hermina Hospital for choosing Universitas IGM as a cooperation partner and having a commitment to improving Indonesian health, he said.
On the other hand, dr Hasmoro, SpAn. KIC. MHA. MM, in his press release stated that the realisation of a better Indonesia requires education and health.
This is our big goal. Universities as educational actors and hospitals as health implementers, this is a good collaboration to support the Golden Indonesia, he said.
Both institutions believe that the synergy between academic knowledge and close medical practice will have a real impact on the development of the health sector in Indonesia. (andhiko tungga alam/dzulfiqor ammar)

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