FACULTY OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar
#Successful BIAN, BEM FK UNISMUH received appreciation from the South Sulawesi Government in commemoration of the 58th National Health Day 2022.
The 58th National Health Day (HKN) in 2022 raised the theme “Bangkit lndonesiaku, Sehat Negeriku”.
The 58th HKN commemoration at the provincial level was held at the South Sulawesi Governor’s Office Field on Thursday, November 17, 2022.
This HKN theme was chosen to illustrate the rise of enthusiasm and optimism of all levels of Indonesian society who together, work together, and work together in dealing with the health situation during the COVID-19 pandemic, so that the Indonesian people can return to their activities and be productive so that Indonesia will rise again and return to health.
In his remarks, South Sulawesi Governor Andi Sudirman Sulaiman, conveyed a message from the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia
“The Indonesian government is committed to realizing a healthy, independent, productive and equitable society as well as various forms of government readiness in dealing with health problems in the future. The focus of the 6 pillars of health transformation is primary care transformation, referral service transformation, health security system transformation, health financing system transformation, health human resource transformation, and health technology transformation.” He said.
The 58th HKN ceremony was attended by all layers of relevant stakeholders, especially in the health sector, including medical students who are gathered in the Indonesian Medical Student Senate Association (ISMKI) together with the BEM of the Faculty of Medicine in the Makassar region, namely BEM FK UNISMUH, BEM FK UNHAS, BEM FK UMI, BEM FK UNIBOS and HMJK UINAM who have participated in keeping the Indonesian people healthy, especially in increasing the achievement of the National Child Immunization Month (BIAN) in South Sulawesi until the South Sulawesi Provincial Government received the second highest national achievement.
The medical students who have synergized, received an appreciation award from the South Sulawesi Provincial Government for their contribution.
The Head of BEM FK Unismuh Makassar, Muhammad Risqullah Ammar, welcomed with gratitude and pride the appreciation given.
“Alhamdulillah, this award is dedicated to all medical students involved, especially FK Unismuh students who contributed. Thank you very much to our parents, family, colleagues and teachers. Of course, this is our responsibility as future doctors by continuing to learn, play a role, move and synergize with various levels of society to practice the knowledge we have in an effort to make Indonesia healthy.”
He continued, “Optimizing the National Child Immunization Month (BIAN) in 2022 will not be realized without sincerity, patience and a massive movement. Play a role in accordance with their respective potentials.”
The National Health Day commemoration was closed solemnly and it is hoped that the Indonesian people can build a clean & healthy community movement.
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