PALU - In an effort to provide excellent health access in Central Sulawesi which is free for the poor (dhuafa), National Amil Zakat Agency (Baznas) inaugurated 'Rumah Sehat' Baznas (RSB) again. This time, 'Rumah Sehat' was established at Central Sulawesi which professionally managed by involving medical personnel in cooperation with top medical universities.
"RSB is built using infak funds to provide best health services to the community," said Chairman of BAZNAS, Bambang Sudibyo when inaugurating RSB Parigi Moutong (Parimo) in Siniu village, Parimo District, Central Sulawesi on Wednesday (27/9) .
The inauguration was marked by the signing of an inscription by Bambang Sudibyo and the Village Minister, Development of Underdeveloped Area and Transmigration, Eko Putro Sandjojo. Also present were Central Sulawesi Governor Longki Djanggola and Regent of Parimo Kol (Ret.) Samsurizal Tombolotutu.
RSB worth Rp 4.5 billion, said Bambang, providing free health services to the community.
"As we know, health is a very implicative investment value, because it will lead to the revival of community productivity in improving the quality of life," said Bambang.
This former Minister of Finance, explained, RSB in Parigi Moutong is the sixth in Indonesia. Previously already built in Jakarta, Bantul, Sidoarjo, Makasar and Pangkalpinang. This RSB projected to serve 60 patients.
Meanwhile, the Regent of Parimo Kol (Ret.) Samsurizal Tombolotutu welcomed the BAZNAS program that has realized Rumah Sehat in the area he leads.
"In urban planning, later RSB also serves as a referral hospital and will be integrated with school, police and equipped the drug rehabilitation," he said.