FK, UIN News Online – The Faculty of Medicine (FK) UIN Jakarta nd the Hajj Education Hospital of UIN Jakarta signed a tripartite cooperation agreement with the Fatmawati Jakarta Central Main Hospital (RSUP) and eight Network Hospitals in the DKI Jakarta, West Java, and Banten areas. The cooperation agreement ceremony was held at the Prof. MK Tadjudin Auditorium, FK Building, campus II of UIN Jakarta on Wednesday (11/17/2021).

Also present in the event, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Zulkifli and Vice Rector for Cooperation and Institutional Development Lily Surayya Eka Putri.

The first collaboration was signed between FK and the Education Hajj Hospital of UIN Jakarta with Fatmawati Hospital as the main hospital.

Then, the cooperation signing was carried out by FK with Dr. Chasbullah Abdul Madjid Hospital in Bekasi City, Bhayangkara TKI R Said Sukanto Hospital in Jakarta, Jakarta Drug Addiction Hospital, Dr H Marzoeki Mahdi Mental Hospital in Bogor, Dr M Goenawan Partowidigdo Pulmonary Hospital in Bogor, South Tangerang City Hospital, Sitanala Hospital in Tangerang, and Suharto Mental Hospital Heerdjan Jakarta.

Dean of FK UIN Jakarta Hari Hendarto said the collaboration with the Parent Hospital and the Network Hospital was an extension of the previous cooperation that had been signed. The collaboration aims to support the teaching and learning process in FK in a comprehensive and sustainable manner.

“The contents of the cooperation agreement on a tripartite basis are actually no different from the previously cooperation agreement,” he said.

In order to follow up on the agreement, according to Hari, the FK and Hajj Hospital as an Educational Hospital will carry out educational, research, and community service activities.

Meanwhile, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs Zulkifli hopes that tripartite cooperation can support the development of FK UIN Jakarta to be better.

“Currently, FK UIN Jakarta is still accredited “B”. So, we ask for support from all parties so that in the future FK UIN Jakarta obtains an “A” accreditation status,” he said. (usa/ns)

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