Batangtoru, 19 May 2022 – PT Agincourt Resources (PTAR), the operator of the Martabe Gold Mine supports the construction of additional facilities of Level IV Bhayangkara Hospital in Batangtoru, South Tapanuli, in the form of a Radiology Room, Morgue, and Wastewater Treatment Plant (WTP) worth total of IDR 690,000,000.
The additional facilities that will be built are in the form of a Radiology Room, Morgue, and Waste Water Treatment Plant (WTP), and the laying of the groundwork has been carried out by PTAR General Manager Operations Rahmat Lubis, South Tapanuli Police Command Chief, AKBP Roman Smaradhana Elhaj, Head of Level IV Bhayangkara Hospital of Batangtoru, Dr Tommy Rivelino, Head of South Tapanuli Public Works Agency, Chairul Rizal Lubis in Batangtoru, on Wednesday 18 May 2022.
PTAR General Manager Operations, Rahmat Lubis stated that this assistance program is one of PTAR’s commitments in the health sector, especially as a form of contribution to improving the quality and services of community health in Batangtoru, South Tapanuli. “Support for the improvement of health facilities for the communities around the mine is one of PTAR’s priorities, and certainly the construction of these three facilities is expected to improve the services of Level IV Bhayangkara Hospital of Batangtoru so that they are more adequate,” said Rahmat.
According to Rahmat, PTAR is currently collaborating and partnering with various health institutions, including Sipirok Regional General Hospital, Batangtoru Community Health Center and Muara Batangtoru Community Health Center. “We continue to work closely with all lines and of course with the Level IV Bhayangkara Hospital of Batangtoru, it will make it easier for the people in Batangtoru and its surroundings to get better health facilities,” said Rahmat.
Meanwhile, Senior Manager Community Relations, Christine Pepah said that this program is a form of PTAR’s Community Empowerment and Development Program in the health infrastructure sector, in partnership with the South Tapanuli Police Command. The construction is planned to be carried out for three months, by one of the local contractors. “This assistance program is intended to contribute to improving the quality of hospital services to affordable community health standards with adequate facilities,” added Christine.
In the future, Christine continued, PTAR and the South Tapanuli Police Command and also a number of related partners will continue to carry out socialization and promotions that the Level IV Bhayangkara Hospital of Batangtoru is a health facility for the general public in Batangtoru and its surroundings who need health services, not only for the members of the Indonesian National Police.
South Tapanuli Police Command Chief AKBP Roman Smaradhana Elhaj, Head of Bhayangkara Hospital, dr. Tommy Rivelino, and Head of the South Tapanuli Public Works Agency Chairul Rizal Lubis also delivered speeches at the event, where all parties welcomed this construction and thanked PTAR for the contribution of PTAR in the health sector for the community, especially to Bhayangkara Hospital of Batangtoru which was inaugurated by North Sumatra Police Command Chief Inspector General. Pol. Drs. R.Z Panca Putra S, M.Si on 28 March 2022.
This event was also attended by various stakeholders, including representatives of the South Tapanuli District Government and several related agencies, the Director of Sipirok Regional Hospital, representatives of the Sub-district Leadership Communication Forum and Community Health Center in Batangtoru, Muara Batangtoru, Angkola Barat, Angkola Sangkunur and Marancar Sub-districts.
General Manager Operations PTAR, Rahmat Lubis, when giving a speech at the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a radiology room, morgue and WTP, Level IV Bhayangkara Hospital of Batangtoru, Wednesday (18/5).
PTAR General Manager Rahmat Lubis, South Tapanuli Police Command Chief Roman Smaradhana Elhaj and Head of Level IV Bhayangkara Hospital of Batangtoru, Dr Tomny Rivelano along with several representatives of relevant stakeholders took pictures in between the groundbreaking process, Wednesday 18 May 2022.