Through our partnership, we will provide mobile primary care across the province in West Java, and prepare feasibility studies to design, develop, build and operate fixed hospital facilities across the province.
We are planning to build 650 healthcare clinics and 23 hospitals across West Java, which will add more than 6,000 beds to serve the province of 50 million people. This 23-year plan includes rolling out improved healthcare facilities and services to 26 cities, 620 districts, 1,576 urban villages and 4,301 rural villages.
- To create at least 7,600 direct health worker jobs and a minimum of 7,000 non-health worker jobs each year.
- To indirectly boost the local economy.
- To address Indonesia's healthcare challenge by extending primary and specialised care into underserved (rural) areas.