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1785 villagers receive free medical treatment

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PT Semen Indonesia Tbk held a Medical Examination and Treatment Day for five Indonesian villages on 2 – 7 November 2015.

Community Development Chief, Mursidiarso Slamet said, "During the examination and free medical treatment held on 2 – 7 November, a total of 1785 patients were seen. Most patients are mothers aged above 50. The majority of complaints regarded stiffness, throbbing pain and joint pain."

"The activity of examination and free treatment will be routinely carried out every 6 months. The aim is to improve the health of the communities around the company”.

The free medical examination and treatment was supported by the Indonesian Cement Employees Union (SKSI), Employee Wives Indonesian Cement Association (IIKSMI) as well as the District Health Office.

Edited from source by Joseph Green. Source: Semen Indonesia

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