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May 7, 2012

Indonesia to construct three hospitals for industrial workers

The Ministry of Public Housing in Indonesia has announced that it will construct three new hospitals focused on treating worker-related injuries.

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The Ministry of Public Housing in Indonesia has announced that it will construct three new hospitals focused on treating worker-related injuries.

The government will spend Rp200bn ($21.8m) on the facilities, which will be located in the industrial areas of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi.

The facilities will be equipped with emergency rooms to handle work-related accidents that usually occur in the industrial areas, reports Antara News.

The management of the proposed hospitals will arrange operational and medical costs by working with the state-owned insurance company PT Jamsostek.

Land for the hospitals had already been allocated by the regional administrations and the construction is expected to commence by mid-2012.

Upon completion, the ministry may build another five hospitals, minister Djan Faridz told reporters in the area.

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"So, they [may] be in Bekasi, Karawang, Tangerang, Jakarta, and Bogor. We have to see," Faridz said.

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