Dexa Group has enhanced its corporate value of “Deal with Care” by donating an ambulance to the Army Health Education Center (Pusdikkes Puskesad) to improve healthcare services for the community around the Pusdikkes Puskesad Hospital.

Mr. V Hery Sutanto, the leader of Dexa Medica, handed over the ambulance to Colonel Ckm Dr. dr. Krisna Murti, Sp.BS, the Health Education Center Commander, in a ceremony at Pusdikkes Puskesad, East Jakarta, on Friday, March 24, 2023. The event saw the attendance of Mr. Tarcisius T. Randy, the Corporate Affairs Director of Dexa Group, retired Major General Dr. dr. Daniel Tjen, and Lieutenant Colonel Ckm Dr. Imam Gautama, the Head of Pusdikkes Puskesad Hospital.

In his address, Mr. Tarcisius conveyed the group’s intention behind the donation, highlighting the hope that the ambulance would serve the healthcare needs of soldiers and the surrounding community. He reaffirmed Dexa Group’s commitment to supplying medicines within the National Health Insurance (JKN) program through OGB Dexa and advancing national pharmaceutical self-reliance by developing new drugs from Indonesia’s natural ingredients, Indonesia Indigenous Modern Medicine (OMAI).

Colonel Ckm Dr. dr. Krisna Murti, in expressing his gratitude, noted the ambulance’s importance not just for patient services but also for soldier education at Pusdikkes.

Highlighting the longstanding relationship between the military and Dexa Group, retired Major General Daniel Tjen spoke of the foundation laid by Dexa Group’s founder, Mr. Lieutenant Colonel Ckm Drs. Rudy Soetikno, Apt., a pharmacist who served as a soldier. He recognized the provision of the ambulance to Pusdikkes as particularly fitting, given its role in healthcare education for soldiers. Mr. Daniel, a Pusdikkes Puskesad alumnus, lauded Dexa Group’s significant contributions.

In manifestation of the corporate value of “Deal with Care,” Dexa Group has presented a donation of one ambulance unit to the Army Health Education Center (Pusdikkes Puskesad). The ambulance is intended to enhance healthcare services for the community surrounding the Pusdikkes Puskesad Hospital.

The ambulance handover was conducted by Dexa Medica’s Leader, Mr. V Hery Sutanto, and received by the Commander of the Health Education Center, Colonel Ckm Dr. dr. Krisna Murti, Sp.BS at Pusdikkes Puskesad, East Jakarta, on Friday, March 24, 2023. This event was attended by Dexa Group’s Corporate Affairs Director, Mr. Tarcisius T. Randy, retired Major General Dr. dr. Daniel Tjen and the Head of Pusdikkes Puskesad Hospital, Lieutenant Colonel Ckm Dr. Imam Gautama.

“Allow us to donate an ambulance to the Army Health Education Center, with hopes that it can be utilized for healthcare services for soldiers as well as the surrounding community,” Mr. Tarcisius stated in his address.

Mr. Tarcisius then expressed Dexa Group’s commitment to provide medicines within the National Health Insurance (JKN) program through OGB Dexa and to drive efforts towards national pharmaceutical self-reliance through the discovery of new drugs derived from Indonesia’s natural ingredients, known as OMAI. He also mentioned Dexa Group’s close collaboration with the military. Last year, Dexa Group donated one ambulance unit to Puskesad.

Subsequently, Colonel Ckm Dr. dr. Krisna, the Commander of Pusdikkes, expressed appreciation to Dexa Group. He stated that the Dexa Group ambulance would benefit soldier education at Pusdikkes besides serving patients.

“We hope that the established cooperation can advance even further,” Lieutenant Colonel Krisna expressed.

Retired Major General Daniel Tjen then recounted the close and strategic relationship between the military and Dexa Group. The founder of Dexa Group, Mr. Lieutenant Colonel Ckm Drs. Rudy Soetikno, Apt., was a pharmacist who dedicated himself as a soldier in the Army. When assigned to Kesdam Sriwijaya, Mr. Rudy had to provide medicines amidst limited access at the time, leading to the establishment of Dexa Medica in 1969.

“This emotional bond has been maintained to this day. Dexa Group’s contribution has been extraordinary,” Mr. Daniel stated.

According to Mr. Daniel, providing an ambulance to Pusdikkes is highly appropriate, as this institution provides healthcare education to soldiers. Mr. Daniel himself is a graduate of Pusdikkes Puskesad.