In Three Months, Medical Careline Services Serves More Than 42 Thousand Patients

In the period of three months, Medical Careline Services has served 42,438 patients in 71 cities and regencies in 20 provinces in Indonesia.

Illustration. MCS-ACT nurse checks a patient's blood pressure. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, SOUTH JAKARTA – ACT's Medical Careline Services (MCS) continues to expand. From July 7 to October 19, 2021, the Medical Careline Services has served 42,438 patients. Director of MCS dr. Arini Retno Palupi explained that the beneficiaries spread across 71 cities and regencies in 20 Indonesian provinces. MCS provides medical consultation, free medicines, oxygen cylinder provision, and home care for the patients.  

Dr. Arini explained, 14,190 received medical consultation, 16,324 received free medicines, 3,863 patients were served with prescriptions, and 105 patients received home care and ambulance services. In addition, 53 patients were provided with oxygen cylinders and 72 with secondary medical evacuation.

Dr. Arini explained that the number of beneficiaries will continue to grow. “The MCS is still ongoing and spreading, serving patients up to 9 p.m.,” she said.[]