|FK UII Inducts 73 New Medical Doctor|
|Wednesday, 28 March 2012|
On Wednesday (3/28), Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Islam Indonesia held the 16th induction ceremony for 73 new medical doctors including of 47 female and 26 male located at Kahar Mudzakkir Auditorium. Until March 2012, FK UII has inducted 426 new medical doctors. Dewi Arianti, Medical students who was inducted as new medical doctors attained the highest GPA of 3.81.
This event was attended by UII Vice Rector I Nandang Sutrisno, SH LLM MHum PhD, Dean of UII Faculty of Medicine, dr Isnatin Miladiah, M.Kes, the Coordinator of education clinics of UII Faculty of Medicine, Prof. Dr. dr. H. Rusdi Lamsudin, M.Med.Sc. Sp.S. (K), Head of IDI (Indonesian Medical Association) Yogyakarta region, dr. Bambang Suryono Suwondo, Sp. An,KIC, Chief Medical Officer of Magelang and Yogyakarta, and the representative of UII partner hospital as well as new doctor’s family.
Prof. Dr. dr. H. Rusdi Lamsudin in his opening remark expressed his gratitude to of UII partner hospital such as RSUD Sudono Madiun Jawa Timur, RSUD Sragen, RS dr. Sutrasmo Rembang, RS dr Suroto Ngawi, RSUKardinah Tegal, RSP FK Universitas Sebelas Maret, RS Bhayangkara Semarang, RS Grasia Pakem, RS Raden Mas Sudarwati Klaten for always giving facilitation to promote clinical education of UII medical students.
On this occasion, Nandang Sutrisno, SH LLM MHum PhD also said that today there are still many problems facing the medical field. Reportedly, Indonesia still lack of health care professionals. In recent years, new diseases as well as mal distribution of medical services have been emerging in Indonesia.
“In addition, it seems that the medicine price will increase due to fuel-price hike and basic electricity Tariff hike. Based on the report, the medicine would see a price increase of 6-9 percent.” He added. For this reason, He also urged the young medical doctors to be ready in facing many problems in medical field. Thus, they were expected to become creative in encountering any challenge and trouble at their work.
Meanwhile, Dr. Sarminto, M Kes, Chief Medical Officer of Yogyakarta mentioned that in this globalization era, the competition is very tight. Recently, there can be easily to find foreign medical workers in Indonesia.” That is why, UII young medical doctors are expected to always improve their competence and deliver professional medical service to their patient.” He emphasized.
dr Bambang Suryono Suwondo in this opportunity also delivered his inspiring message to always Work Hard, Work Smart and maintain Good alma mater name. According to him, to uphold profession ethic, it is essential to keep balancing between head (knowledge), hand (skill and competence), and heart (honesty and conscience). Besides, dr Isnatin Miladiyah, Mkes reminded the young medical doctor to always consistent with the content of doctor’s oath since it is an ethical obligation to practice medical practice in society.