Jakarta. Urban developer Lippo Cikarang and Siloam International Hospitals joined hands to provide various free medical services to residents of Cibatu village in South Cikarang, West Java, on Wednesday (06/12).
More than 120 residents over the age of 40 were given general medical checkups, dental examinations and blood sugar tests, witnessed by local government officials.
Lippo Cikarang chief executive Toto Bartholomeus said the free medical services form part of the company's corporate social responsibility program.
Lippo Cikarang public relations head Ria Sormin said the program is presented every year.
"This activity is proof that Lippo Cikarang cares for the local community," she said in a statement on Friday.
Astu Juni, head of business development at Siloam Hospitals Lippo Cikarang, said the free services are part of the Siloam Group's vision to serve all the different layers of the community.
The Jakarta Globe, Lippo Cikarang and Siloam International Hospitals are all affiliated with the Lippo Group.