WONOGIRI – Bank Jateng handed over 1 (one) unit of Mitsubishi L300 car to the Regional General Hospital dr. Soediran Mangun Soemarso, Wonogiri on Monday (27/9/2021).
The provision of operational car assistance is a form of Bank Jateng’s commitment in an effort to support RSUD dr. Soediran Mangun Sumarso, Wonogiri in terms of accelerating the handling of Covid-19 in the Wonogiri Regency.
The handover of the operational vehicle was directly handed over by the Head of Bank Jateng, Wonogiri Branch, Ratna Sulistyawati, to the Acting Director of RSUD dr. Soediran Mangun Sumarso, Wonogiri and witnessed by the Regent of Wonogiri, Joko Sutopo.
The car handover ceremony was held in the front yard of Bank Jateng, Wonogiri Branch followed by a warm welcome together with the Regent of Wonogiri, the Acting Director of RSUD dr. Soediran Mangun Sumarso Wonogiri, as well as the Leaders and employees of Bank Jateng, Wonogiri Branch.
In a friendly atmosphere, Ratna Sulistyawati said, “Hopefully the operational car assistance provided can be useful to support the performance and services of RSUD dr. Soediran Mangun Sumarso Wonogiri in serving the community”.
In addition, the Head of Bank Jateng, Wonogiri Branch also expressed his gratitude for the good synergy of cooperation so far between Bank Jateng and RSUD dr. Sudirman Mangun Sumarso, Wonogiri.
The same thing was conveyed by the Regent of Wonogiri, Joko Sutopo “On behalf of the Government, Wonogiri Regency, we would like to thank Bank Jateng for the assistance of operational cars for RSUD dr. Soediran Mangun Sumarso, Wonogiri who currently does need additional operational vehicles, with the L300 car it will be used for the oxygen collection in Karanganyar therefore it can accelerate the handling of Covid-19 in Wonogiri Regency and provide better service to the community.”
Pak Jekek also conveyed the Regency Government’s support for Bank Jateng, the warm greeting of the Wonogiri Regent, he said he would continue to support Bank Jateng in the capital terms and would continue to maintain the Regency Government and Regional Hospital funds to remain at Bank Jateng.