Rumah Sakit Apung
doctorSHARE’s floating hospital is a program established in 2013 to address the needs of deprived communities in remote Indonesian islands with little or no access to healthcare facilities due to geographic and financial constraints. With it’s small wooden built, RSA dr. Lie Dharmawan has sailed to serve the communities in small remote islands of western and eastern parts of Indonesia, conducting hundreds of major and minor surgeries, as well as giving health examinations and treatments for thousands of local residents.
|7 – 13 March||Senayang, Kabupaten Lingga||Kepulauan Riau|
|14 – 20 March||Benan, Kabupaten Lingga||Kepulauan Riau|
|13 – 20 April||Semau, Kabupaten Kupang||NTT|
|27 April – 7 May||Patisirawalang, Kabupaten Flores Timur||NTT|
|10 – 18 May||Hadakewa, Kabupaten Lembata||NTT|
|15 – 22 June||Tanimbar Kei, Kabupaten Maluku Tenggara||Maluku|
|5 – 13 July||Agats, Kabupaten Asmat||Papua|
|3 – 10 August||Gane, Kabupaten Halmahera Selatan||Maluku Utara|
|12 – 18 August||Saketa, Kabupaten Halmahera Selatan||Maluku Utara|
|7 – 13 September||Lembe, Kota Bitung||Sulawesi Utara|
|14 – 20 September||Bangka, Kota Bitung||Sulawesi Utara|
|5 – 12 October||Kabupaten Kutai Kertanegara||Kalimantan Timur|
Indonesians living in rural and remote areas face the following problems:
- Weak primary healthcare services
- Almost non-existent secondary specialized care
- Vital infrastructures such as roads, transportation and basic health services are poorly distributed. Especially in the Eastern part of our nation, where it is geographically most-dispersed by bodies of water
- Even though the infrastructure is in place, significant numbers of primary healthcare facilities has no doctors
Being the first and smallest private floating hospital in the world, RSA dr. Lie Dharmawan (RSA 1) is equipped with medical facilities similar to a Type D landed-hospital.
With this fleet, doctorSHARE team provides free basic & advanced medical services such as general check up, maternity check, dental check, minor & major operations; as well as basic health education & training for the local communities living in rural and remote regions without proper healthcare access.
An average of 8 medical trips are held annually. A medical service trip has a duration of 7-10 days.
– Dentist (Optional)
– Surgical Nurse
– Anesthetic Nurse
– 1 Videographer
– 1 Photographer
– 1 F&B person
100% of your donation goes to support doctorSHARE operation cost.