Regional Regulation Number 5 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 5 Tahun 2011

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The DESIGN of the SHEET AREA DEPOK number 05 in 2011 the CITY of DEPOK REGION REGULATION number 05 in 2011 ABOUT the LICENSING and CERTIFICATION of the HEALTH FIELD with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY MAYORS, Considering: a. that under article 14 paragraph (1) letter e Act No. 32 of 2004 on local governance jo. Article 7 paragraph (1) letter b Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota, one of the Affairs of the authority which became mandatory Government district/municipality includes the handling of the health field; b. that based on the Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota, the granting of permits and certification of certain health facilities is Government Affairs district/city; c. that referred to in letter a, letter b, and the need to establish local regulations regarding licensing and certification of the health field; Remember: 1. Act No. 8 of 1981, concerning the book of the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 76 of 1981, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3219); 2. Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 99 in 1996, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3656);

2 3. Act No. 8 of 1999 on the protection of the consumer (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 42 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3821); 4. Law Number 3 of 1999 on the establishment of the municipality of Depok Regencies and municipalities Regencies Cilegon (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 49, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3828); 5. Act No. 28 of 1999 regarding the Organization of a country that is clean and free of corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851); 6. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); 7. Act No. 29 of 2004 concerning the practice of Medicine (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 116 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4431); 8. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 60, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3839) as amended several times with the Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 9. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regional Government (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004 Number 4438); 10. Act No. 27 of 2009 about the people's Consultative Assembly, the House of representatives, the regional House of representatives (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 123 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia year 2009 Number 5043); 11. Act No. 36 of 2009 about health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 144 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5063);

3 12. The legislation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 44 in 2009 About hospitals (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 153 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5072); 13. Government Regulation Number 32 in 1996 about the health workforce (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 1996, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3637); 14. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about Coaching Guidelines and oversight organization of local governments (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); 15. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local authorities and the regional Government of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 16. Government Regulation Number 41 in 2007 about the Organization's Guidelines the device region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2007 Number 89, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4741); 17. Government Regulation Number 51 of 2009 about Kefarmasian Jobs (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 124 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5044); 18. Government Regulation number 7 in 2011 about Blood Services (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 18 in 2011); 19. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia number 80/Menkes/PER/II/1990 on Health Requirements; 20. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 061/Menkes/PER/1991 regarding the health requirements of Public Baths and swimming pools; 21. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 378/Menkes/PER/V/1993 on the implementation of the social function of private hospitals; 22. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia number 350/MENKES/SK/XII/2001 concerning Pesticides; 23. The decision of the Minister of health and social welfare the number 394/Menkes/SK/Kesos-V/2001 on Institutional Health Tools Testers;


4 24. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1392/Menkes/SK/XII/2001 regarding the registration and work permit Dental Nurses; 25. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1363/Menkes/SK/XII/2001 of Physiotherapist registration and work permits; 26. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 544/Menkes/SK/VI/2002 about the registration and work permits Refraksionis Optician; 27. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1331/Menkes/SK/X/2002 on changes to the regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 167/KAB/b. VIII/1972 of Drug retail traders; 28. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1332/Menkes/SK/X/2002 on changes to the regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 922/Menkes/Per/X/1993 regarding the conditions and procedures of Granting Permission a pharmacy; 29. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1424/Menkes/SK/XI/2002 of Guidelines of organizing Optical; 30. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 640/Menkes/SK/V/2003 about the Cardiovascular Technician; 31. A decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 715/Menkes/SK/V/2003 about Hygene Foodservice Sanitation requirements; 32. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1076/Menkes/SK/VII/2003 about the holding of traditional medicine; 33. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1098/Menkes/SK/VII/2003 about the requirements of sanitary and Hygene Diner Restaurant; 34. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1277/Menkes/SK/VIII/2003 about Manpower Acupuncture 35. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 867/Menkes/PER/VIII/2004 concerning the registration and practice of Speech Therapists;

5 36. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1205/Menkes/PER/X/2004 on Guidelines Healthy Ministry health requirements Use water (SPA); 37. The decision of the Minister of industry and trade of a number 651/MPP/Kep/10/2004 on technical requirements of drinking water and its trade Depot; 38. The regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 357/Menkes/PER/V/2006 concerning registration and work permits Radiografer; 39. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 284/Menkes/PER/III/2007 about the pharmacy people; 40. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 512/Menkes/PER/IV/2007 on Permit the practice and implementation of medical practice; 41. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 548/Menkes/PER/IV/2007 about the registration and permits the practice of occupational therapists; 42. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1109/Menkes/PER/IX/2007 about the Organization of Alternative complementary medicine in health care Facilities; 43. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 780/Menkes/PER/VIII/2008 about the Providence Service Radiology; 44. The decision of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1014/Menkes/SK/XI/2008 about the Diagnostic Radiology service standard in health care Facility; 45. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 147/Menkes/PER/I/2010 regarding the Licensing of hospitals; 46. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number HK. 02/Menkes/148/I/2010 About permissions and organization of Practice of nurses; 47. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 161/Menkes/PER/I/2010 Registration of health workers; 48. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 299/MENKES/PER/II/2010 about organizing the Program Placement and Post-graduate Physicians Internsip Internsip; 49. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 317/Menkes/PER/III/2010 about utilization of health workforce foreign citizens in Indonesia;

6 50. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 340/Menkes/PER/III/2010 concerning the classification of the hospital; 51. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 411/Menkes/PER/III/2010 about Laboratory clinic; 52. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 492/Menkes/PER/IV/2010 about drinking water Quality Requirements; 53. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 736/Per/VI/2010 about Governance oversight of the quality of drinking water; 54. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 812/Menkes/PER/VII/2010 of Penyelengaaraan Ministry of health service Facilities in Dialysis; 55. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1191/Menkes/PER/VII/2010 about health equipment Supplier; 56. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1464/Menkes/X/2010 About permits and Conducting the practice of Midwives; 57. Regulation of the Minister of health of the Republic of Indonesia Number 028/Menkes/PER/I/2011 about the clinic; 58. The decision of the head of the food and drug Supervisory Agency of the Republic of Indonesia Number HK. 00.05.5.1641 in 2003 on guidelines for the inspection of the means of industrial food production, household; 59. Local regulations Depok number 07 in 2008 about Mandatory Government Affairs and the options Become Government Authority Depok (Depok Region Gazette year 2008 number 07); 60. The regulation Area Depok number 08 in 2008 about the formation and Organization of the device area (Sheet Area Depok in 2008 number 08) as amended by regulation Area Depok number 06 of 2010 (Sheet Area Depok in 2010 number 06); By mutual agreement of the REGIONAL HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and Mayor of DEPOK, DEPOK DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS REGARDING LICENSING and CERTIFICATION of the HEALTH FIELD.


7. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. the city is the city of Depok. 2. The Mayor is the Mayor of Depok. 3. Representatives further abbreviated areas of LEGISLATIVE PARLIAMENT is the city of Depok. 4. Department of health services is the city of Depok. 5. the head of Department is the head of the City Health Office, Depok. 6. Health is good health, both physical, mental, spiritual and social events allows everyone to live a socially and economically productive. 7. Health worker is any person who devoted themselves in the health field as well as having the knowledge and/or skills through education in the field of health to a certain kind of require the authority to make the effort. 8. Health Care Facilities is a device and/or a place that is used to organize the efforts of the Ministry of health, good promotif, preventive, curative as well as rehabilitative programmes undertaken by the Government, local governments, and/or the community. 9. The drug is material or alloy materials, including biological products used to influence or investigating system Physiology or pathology in order to state the determination of diagnosis, prevention, healing, recovery, improving health and contraception, to humans. 10. The practice of medicine is a series of activities conducted by doctors and dentists are against the patient in exercising health efforts. 11. the doctors and dentists are doctors, medical specialists, dentists, dental specialists graduate education in medicine or dentistry both inside and outside the country that is recognized by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia in accordance with the legislation. 12. Practice Licence hereinafter referred to as the SIP is written evidence given district/city health services to doctors and dentists who have been eligible to run a medical practice.

8 13. License plate Registration hereinafter abbreviated to STR is written evidence that was provided by the Government to the health workers who already have a certificate of competence in accordance with the legislation. 14. the health care Facility is the venue for the efforts of health services that can be used for the practice of medicine or dentistry. 15. the establishment of the quality process is Internsip medical profession to apply competencies acquired during education, integrated, comprehensive, independent, and uses the approach of family medicine, in order to pemahiran and alignment between results of education with practice in the field. 16. Program participants Internsip is doctor who recently graduated doctor course competency-based education that will run the practice of medicine and/or education specialist. 17. Regristrasi to Sign Letter of Authority Internsip, hereinafter the STR For Authority Internsip is written evidence given by Medical doctors to the Indonesia Council that will run the practice of medicine during the internsip. 18. Licence Practice Internsip, hereinafter referred to as SIP Internsip is written evidence that was provided to the Government to doctors who will run the practice of medicine during the internsip after having STR For Authority Internsip. 19. The nurse is a person who has passed the nursing education both inside and outside of the country in accordance with regulation perundangan-undangan. 20. Free Medication is a drug that is a green circle logo that can be obtained without a prescription. 21. limited Free Medicine is a medicine that blue circle logo that can be obtained without a prescription. 22. Dental Nurse is any person who has passed the dental nurse education in accordance with the legislation in force. 23. Dental Nurse Licence hereinafter called SIPG is written evidence the granting of authority to run a dental nursing jobs in all regions of Indonesia. 24. The dental Nurse Work Permit hereinafter SIK-PG is written evidence provided to nurse their teeth to do the service of oral health care in health facilities.

9 25. A midwife is a woman who graduated from midwives who have been registered in accordance with the legislation. 26. Work Permit hereinafter abbreviated SIKB Midwife is written evidence given to the midwives who are already eligible to work in health care facilities. 27. Permit the practice of midwives, hereinafter abbreviated SIPB was written evidence given to a midwife who already meet the requirements to run independent midwife practice. 28. The practice of Independent midwifery practice is a private individual. 29. The work of kefarmasian is manufacturing quality control of pharmaceutical preparations including, security, procurement, storage and distribution or distribution of drugs, drug management, service over prescription drugs, drug information service, as well as drug development, medicine and traditional medicine. 30. kefarmasian Power is the power that do the work kefarmasian, which consists of pharmacists and technical kefarmasian power. 31. The pharmacist is the Bachelor of Pharmacy who have graduated as a pharmacist and utter the oath of Office has been a pharmacist. 32. Technical Kefarmasian Power is the power that helps Pharmacists through kefarmasian work which consists of a Bachelor of pharmacy, pharmacy associate experts, analysts, pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical intermediate personnel/assistant Pharmacist. 33. The Registration Certificate of a pharmacist hereinafter abbreviated STRA is written evidence provided by the Minister to the pharmacists who have registered. 34. The Registration Certificate of technical Personnel Kefarmasian further abbreviated STRTTK is written evidence provided by the Minister to the kefarmasian technical personnel that have been registered. 35. A pharmacist Practice Licence hereinafter abbreviated SIPA is a licence that is granted to Pharmacists to be able to carry out the work of kefarmasian in pharmacy or pharmaceutical installations. 36. Work Permit hereinafter abbreviated SIK is a licence that is granted to pharmacists and technical kefarmasian power to be able to carry out the work of kefarmasian on production facilities and distribution facilities or channeling. 37. Physiotherapist is a person who has passed the physiotherapy education in accordance with the legislation in force.


10 38. Physiotherapy is a form of health services are addressed to individuals and groups to develop, maintain and restore motion and body functions throughout the life cycle with the use of manually handling, improved motion, equipment (physical, mechanical and elektroterapeutis), training functions, communication. 39. Licence Physiotherapist hereinafter referred to as SIF is granting written evidence the authority to execute the work of Physiotherapists in the entire territory of Indonesia. 40. a Physiotherapist Practice Permit hereinafter the SIPF is written evidence given to the physiotherapist for physiotherapy practice run. 41. Radiografer health workforce is a graduate of the Academy Director of X-rays, Diploma III radiology, Expert Associate Education/Academy/Diploma III Radiodiagnostik Techniques and radiotherapy that has had ijasah in accordance with the legislation in force. 42. Radiografer Licence hereinafter SIR is written evidence the granting of authority to run the job radiografer in the entire territory of Indonesia. 43. Radiografer Work Permit hereinafter SIKR is written evidence provided to Radiografer to run jobs in healthcare means of radiography. 44. Refraksionis Optician is someone who has graduated refraksionis optician education minimum education program diploma, both inside and outside the country in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation. 45. Basic Eye Examination is the action to identify and find the existence of the disorder/disease of the eye that needs to be referred to a specialist eye. 46. Refraksionis Optician Licence hereinafter SIRO is written evidence the granting of authority to run job refraksionis optician in all regions of Indonesia. 47. Work Permit hereinafter the Optician Refraksionis SIK-RO is written evidence given to Refraksionis Optician to perform jobs in the health care facility. 48. Occupational Therapist is someone who has passed a minimum-level occupational therapy Education Diploma III in accordance with the legislation in force.

11 49. Occupational Therapy is a form of health services to the people/patients who experience physical and or mental disorders by using a meaningful activity (occupational) to enhance individual self-reliance in the area of activities of daily life, productivity and utilization of leisure time in order to increase the degree of public health. 50. Occupational therapists Licence hereinafter SIOT is written evidence the granting of authority to run jobs occupational therapy in the entire territory of Indonesia. 51. Occupational therapists Practice Licence hereinafter called SIPOT written evidence is given to occupational therapists to run the practice of occupational therapy services. 52. the Speech Therapist is someone who has graduated speech therapist education both inside and outside the country in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation. 53. Speech Therapists Licence hereinafter SITW is written evidence upon the authority to run the speech therapist jobs in all regions of Indonesia. 54. Speech Therapists Practice Licence hereinafter referred to SIPTW written evidence is given to speech therapist for speech therapists practice run. 55. The profession of nutrition is a job in the field of nutrition is carried out based on a scientific (body of knowledge), has the competence acquired through tiered education, have a code of ethics and are serving the community consisted of nutritionists, Nutrition Expert Associate, RD and DTR. 56. The nutrition Profession work passes (Associate Expert nutritionists, nutrition, RD and DTR) hereinafter referred to as SIKPG is written evidence given to the profession of nutrition for running a job in the field of nutrition on health facilities and other community service facility. 57. Health workers are foreign nationals hereinafter abbreviated TK-a FOREIGN NATIONAL is a citizen of a foreign country a limited residence permit holders who have the knowledge and/or skills through education in the field of health and intend to work or practise in the amenities of health services in the territory of Indonesia. 58. Power Companion is Indonesia health workers with appropriate skills is designated as a companion to the TK-FOREIGNERS and prepared as a potential replacement for TK-FOREIGNERS.

12 59. TK-FOREIGN NATIONAL health workforce training is the giver of foreign nationals who will provide education and training in the framework of technology transfer and science that deals directly with the patient. 60. TK-Givers Ministry is a FOREIGN NATIONAL health workforce foreign nationals who work in healthcare means dealing directly with patients. 61. Complementary Medicine-the alternative is a non conventional treatment aimed at improving public health degrees include the efforts of promotif, preventive, curative and rehabilitative programmes obtained through structured education with quality, safety and effectiveness based on high Science biomedicine, which has not been accepted in conventional medicine. 62. A letter of proof of registration of the Power of complementary medicine-alternative hereafter SBR-TPKA is written evidence the granting of authority to run a job alternative complementary medicine power-63. Letter Task Power complementary medicine-alternative to the hereafter ST-TPKA is written evidence provided to health workers who already have a License of practice/work passes for the implementation of alternative-complementary medicine practices. 64. Work passes Power complementary medicine-alternative hereafter SIK-TPKA is written evidence provided to complementary medicine-alternative energy in the framework of the implementation of the alternative-complementary medicine practices. 65. Traditional health care is the treatment and/or treatment with drugs that the manner and refers to the experience and skills of the descending down empirically that can be accounted for and applied in accordance with the norms in force. 66. Traditional medicine herb ingredients or materials are in the form of plant material, animals, mineral materials, preparations sarian (galenik) or a mixture of these ingredients are hereditary has been used for treatment based on experience. 67. The chemical Drugs are chemicals or synthetic insulation result which is efficacious drug. 68. Simplisia is natural materials were used as medicine that has not undergone any processing unless otherwise stated in the form of an ingredient which have been dried.


13 69. Traditional Pengobat traditional pengobat are Foreign Citizens who have a limited stay visa or residence permit or permanent residence permit is limited to the meaning of work in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. 70. Registered Letter traditional Pengobat hereinafter the STPT is written evidence given to traditional pengobat has been carrying out registration. 71. The traditional Pengobat Licence hereinafter SIPT written evidence was given to the pengobat traditional methods have been studied, researched and tested proven safe and beneficial to health. 72. Use Healthy water (SPA) is a traditional health effort that uses a holistic approach, through a thorough treatment by using the method of combination skill hydrotherapy, massage (massage) held in integrated to balance body, mind and emotions (body, mind and spirit). 73. Use Healthy water (SPA) Therapist is someone who has had on the level of competency of a particular category of service qualifikasi SPA and has the authority to exercise his profession. 74. Hospitals are institutions for conducts health services health services individuals in the plenary provides inpatient services, outpatient, and emergency. 75. Permit the hospital was given permission to establish a hospital after meeting the requirements to establish. 76. Operational Hospital Permission is the permission that is granted to organise health services after the meet the requirements and standards. 77. The registration of hospitals is the official record-keeping about the status of hospitals in Indonesia. 78. The accreditation of hospitals is a recognition given by the Government to the management of the hospital who have met the standards that have been set. 79. The classification of the hospital is a hospital grade grouping based on the facilities and capabilities of the service. 80. Private Hospital is the hospital held and/or managed by the Foundation or the social gatherings that shaped the legal bodies and other legal entities, as well as a STATE-OWNED hospitals serve patients.

14 81. Social functions private hospital is part of the responsibility inherent in each hospital, which is the bond of moral and ethic of hospital in helping the patient especially less/not being able to meet the demand for health services. 82. The underprivileged of society who is the community that his income was just enough to meet basic needs are minimal. 83. The community who cannot afford is a society that does not have a steady income to support needs anyway. 84. The clinic is a health care facility which hosts individual health services provide a basic medical service and/or the including specialised, held by more than one type of health worker and is led by a medical personnel. 85. Medical personnel is a doctor, a specialist doctor, dentist or dental specialist. 86. Health worker is any person who devoted themselves in the health field as well as having the knowledge and/or skills through education in the field of health to a certain kind of require the authority to make the effort. 87. The pharmacy is a specific place, a place to do the work of kefarmasian and distribution of pharmaceutical preparations, other health provisions to the community. 88. Pharmacy Licence or SIA licence is granted by the Minister to the pharmacist or pharmacists in collaboration with the owners of the means of organizing the pharmacy sector in places. 89. A pharmacy Licence (SIA) is the establishment of a pharmacy licence granted by the Minister or the and/or designated officials. 90. The people's Pharmacy is a means of health service performance kefarmasian place where delivery of the medicines and health supplies, and do not do compounding. 91. Merchant Retail Drug is the person or legal material that Indonesia has permission to save the free drugs and free medications are limited (list of W) for sale in retail in a certain place. 92. the drug store is the means which have permission to store medicines free and unlimited free medications for sale in retail. 93. Prescription is a written request from a doctor, dentist, vet to pharmacist pharmacy manager to provide and submit the drug for patients with appropriate legislation.

15 94. Clinical laboratory is a laboratory of the Ministry of health examination of clinical specimens to get information about individual health especially to support the efforts of the diagnosis of disease, healing diseases, and restoration of health. 95. General Clinic Laboratory is a laboratory specimen examination Ministry clinic in the field of Hematology, clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology, Parasitology and Immunology clinic, clinic. 96. General Clinic Laboratory Pratama is the laboratory carrying out the Ministry of examination of clinical specimens with technical ability examination with simple. 97. The Ministry of medical services that Radiology is the use all modalities of energy radiation for diagnosis and therapy, including use of imaging techniques and emission of radiation by x-rays, ultrasound and radiation radioactive, radio frequency electromagnetic fields. 98. The Diagnostic Radiology Service is ancillary services and/or ionizing radiation therapy and/or non ionizing radiation which consists of radiodiagnostik services, diagnostic imaging, radiology and intervensional to enforce a diagnosis of a disease. 99. The optical is a means of organizing health services basic eye examination, glasses and refraction services examination correction and/or contact lenses. 100. The optical Lab is a special place that did the manufacture of lens correction and/or mounting the lens frame glasses, according to the size specified in the recipe. 101. Dialysis is the Act of granting medical service replacement therapy of renal function as part of the treatment of renal failure patients in an attempt to maintain optimal quality of life consisting of peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis. 102. The Ministry of health service's effort is the Blood that makes use of human blood as a base material with the goal of humanity and not for commercial purposes. 103. Blood Transfusion Units hereinafter abbreviated to UTD, is a health care facility which hosted the donor blood, blood supply, and distribution of blood.


16 104. Aesthetics Beauty Clinic is a health care facility (the practice of individual physicians/physician groups) which is providing outpatient medical services (consultation, examination, treatment and medical action) to tackle various diseases/conditions associated with beauty (aesthetic appearance) of a person, carried out by medical personnel (doctor, dentist, specialist doctors and dentists specialists) appropriate expertise and those powers. 105. Beauty Salon is a means for the maintenance of public services especially nurturing and beauty care for the health of the skin, face, body, hands and feet as well as the hair, using cosmetics manually, preparatif, aparatif and decorative performed by estheticians according kehalian and those powers. 106. The eradication of Pests Company is a company that is valid according to the applicable legislation, in the field of pest eradication effort by use of the pesticide environmental hygiene. 107. the operational Permit is the Ordinance issued by the Department of Health stated that based on technical considerations a company health pest eradication votes be eligible to operate. 108. Public places (TTU) are the places used by the public to undertake a variety of activities, including education, health care facility, hotels, cottages, Conference Hall, swimming pool, market, shopping centres, offices, a means of expression, means of transport, cinema and dormitories. 109. The restaurant is any place of business scope of commercial activities provide food and drink to the public in place of his efforts. 110. The restaurant is one type of food service businesses based in part or all of a permanent building is equipped with equipment and supplies to the process of making, storing, serving and selling food and drink to the public in place of his efforts. 111. Sanitation Hygiene be eligible is a condition of public places or places the management of the food that has fulfilled the requirements of sanitary hygiene issued by the health service.

17 112. Food sanitation hygiene is the attempt to control environmental factors both physical, chemical and biological in public places and place management of foods that can or may be able to cause disease or health disorder. 113. Jasaboga (Catering) is a company or individual that conducts the activities of the management of the food that is served outside the place of business on the basis of the order. 114. Hotel is the kind of accommodation that uses part or all of the building to provide lodging services, commercially-run that includes star hotels and budget hotels. 115. healthy be eligible is a condition that meets the health requirements. 116. A public bath is an attempt to provide a place for public baths, leisure, work and other services, use water without prior processing, not including baths for treatment. 117. The pool is an attempt to provide a place for public swimming, leisure, work and other services, using clean water that has been treated. 118. The food and drink are the goods that entered into a container and labeled what is meant to be eaten and/or drunk by humans as well as all materials used in the production of food and drinks. 119. Food Label is any description of the foodstuff in the form of pictures, writings, a combination of both, or other forms that are included in the food, put in, affixed to, or a part of the food packaging. 120. Household Food Industry is food company that has a place of business at the place of residence and/or in other places with food processing equipment manual to semi-automatic. 121. the drinking water Depot is the industry doing business processing raw water into drinking water and sell directly to the consumer. 122. Health Tools are instruments, apparatus, machines and/or implants that do not contain the drugs used to prevent, diagnose, heal and relieve sickness, caring for the sick, restoring health in humans, and/or form structure and improve body function.

18 123. Appliance store business unit health is organized by the individual or entity to perform the procurement, storage, distribution of certain health tool in retail in accordance with legislation. Article 2 scope of the Regulations in this Area set up on: a. Health Personnel Licensing, energy Alternative complementary medicine (TPKA), traditional health service personnel (YANKESTRAD), on-site health services; and b. licensing and certification of public places that are related to health. CHAPTER II LICENSING HEALTH WORKERS the first part of the kinds of health care personnel article 3 health workforce include: a. doctors and dentists include doctor or dentist specialist; b. the nurse; c. dental nurses; d. a midwife; e. power kefarmasian; f. physiotherapist; g. radiografer; h. refraksionis optician; i. occupational therapists; j. speech therapist; k. nutrition profession; and b. health workforce foreign nationals.


19 the second health worker Permits Paragraph 1 Permits a doctor/Dentist/Specialist articles 4 (1) each of the doctors and dentists who will do the obligatory medical practice have admitted to practice (SIP) issued by the head of Department. (2) the SIP was given at most for three (3) places of good practice on health care means government-owned, private, or individual practice. (3) the expiration of the SIP as intended in paragraph (1), in accordance with the expiration of STR. Paragraph 2 Permits Doctors Internsip article 5 (1) every physician who will follow program internsip need to have SIP Internsip. (2) the SIP internsip issued by Head Office when it has had the Authority to Internsip STR. (3) STR to Authority and SIP Internsip Internsip applies only during live programs Internsip. Paragraph 3 Permits the nurse article 6 (1) every Nurse who runs the practice required to have the License issued by the head of Department. (2) a letter of permission is given at most for 2 (two) place good practice on health care means government-owned, private, or individual practice. (3) the licence referred to in subsection (1), valid for STR is still valid. (4) the practice of nursing is implemented in all facilities of the Ministry. (5) the practice of nursing is implemented through: a. the implementation of nursing care, including assessment, nursing diagnosis, determination of the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing; b. implementation of preventive efforts, promotif, recovery and community empowerment; and c. implementation of nursing complementary actions.

20 (6) Nurses in running the orphanage nursing can provide free drug and/or drug-free is limited. Paragraph 4 Permits the dental Nurse article 7 (1) every dental nurses who run the job as a dental nurse in the health care facility must have a work permit Dental Nurse (SIK-PG) issued by the head of Department. (2) dental Nurses in carrying out his work as a dental nurse at a maximum of 2 (two) means the Ministry of health in one area of Kabupaten/Kota. (3) the expiration of SIK-PG as mentioned in subsection (1) in accordance with the expiration of SIPG. (4) SIK-PG applies only to one (1) means the Ministry of health. Paragraphs 5 Permits Midwives article 8 (1) every midwife working in healthcare facilities are required to have a work Permit a midwife (SIKB). (2) any midwife who run the independent practices required to have the License the practice of Midwives (SIPB). (3) a midwife can only run the practice and/or work at most 1 (one) in the workplace and one (1) place of practice. (4) the SIPB/SIKB referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), issued by the head of Department. (5) the SIPB/SIKB as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), valid for STR is still valid. Paragraph 6 of article 9 Kefarmasian Horsepower Permits (1) every effort kefarmasian a job kefarmasian in Indonesia have mandatory Licences corresponding places of power kefarmasian to work. (2) Power kefarmasian as referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. a pharmacist; and b. kefarmasian technical personnel.

21 (3) a Licence referred to in subsection (1) may include: a. Permit the practice Pharmacist (SIPA) for Pharmacists and Pharmacist who works escort kefarmasian at the pharmacy, Clinic or Hospital Pharmacy installation; b. work passes (SIK) for Pharmacists who did the work kefarmasian in kefarmasian facilities outside pharmacies, Clinics, and Hospital Pharmacy Installation; and c. SIK for technical personnel who did the work kefarmasian kefarmasian at the kefarmasian facilities. (4) the expiration of licences in accordance with the valid STRA or STRTTK. (5) the SIPA or SIK issued by head of Department. Article 10 (1) a pharmacist referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) letter a, may only have one (1) SIPA. (2) the Pharmacist escort referred to in article 9 paragraph (2) letter a, can have at most three (3) SIPA. Paragraph 7 Permits Physiotherapist article 11 (1) any Physiotherapist who carry out the practice of physiotherapy Practice Permit must have a Physiotherapist (SIPF) issued by the head of Department. (2) valid throughout the SIPF Licence Physiotherapist (SIF) have not expires. (3) a physiotherapist may carry out the practice of physiotherapy in the health care facility, individual practices, and/or per group. (4) every Physiotherapist can only have a maximum of 2 (two) SIPF. Paragraph 8 of article 12 Radiografer Permission (1) every radiografer to carry out the work of radiography in healthcare means the Government and private payers have SIKR issued by head of Department. (2) the expiration of Work Permit Radiografer (SIKR) in accordance with the valid License Radiografer (SIR). (3) Each Radiografer can have a maximum of 2 (two) SIKR.

22 Paragraph 9 Permits Refraksionis Optician Article 13 (1) every refraksionis optician to perform work on a means of health must have a work Permit (SIK-RO) issued by the head of Department. (2) SIK-RO applies all Licences Refraksionis Optician (SIRO) yet it expires. (3) any refraksionis optician can have a maximum of 2 (two) SIK-RO. (4) the authority refraksionis optician just do basic eye examination. Paragraph 10 occupational therapists Permission Article 14 (1) every occupational therapists who do practice on occupational therapy service of the means required to have the License the practice of occupational therapists (SIPOT) issued by the head of Department. (2) the expiration of SIPOT in accordance with valid Permit occupational therapists (SIOT). (3) every occupational therapists can have a maximum of 2 (two) SIPOT. Paragraph 11 Speech Therapist Permission Article 15 (1) every speech therapist who did practice must have a Speech Therapist Practice Licence (SIPTW) issued by the head of Department. (2) the term SIPTW applies appropriate valid Permit Speech Therapist (SITW). (3) every speech therapist can have a maximum of 2 (two) SIPTW. Paragraph 12 of the profession of nutrition article 16 (1) the nutrition profession Every job in the field of nutrition must have a work permit the profession of nutrition (SIKPG) issued by the head of Department. (2) SIKPG apply all the nutrition Profession License (SIPG) yet it expires.


23 Paragraph 13 health worker Permit foreign nationals article 17 (1) a foreign Citizen health care personnel (TK-FOREIGN NATIONAL) who worked in Indonesia must have a Permit of practice (SIP) issued by the head of Department. (2) the field of work that can be assigned to TK-a FOREIGN NATIONAL referred to in subsection (1), include: a. training in order giver instead of technology and science; and b. givers Ministry. (3) TK-FOREIGNERS can only work in health care facilities. The third consideration in the granting of Permits health workers Article 18 (1) the head of Department in providing Permission health workers consider the balance between the number of health workers to the needs and conditions of the health service in the city of Depok. (2) a permit issued in has qualified administrative and technical terms. CHAPTER III COMPLEMENTARY ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE ENERGY LICENSING (TPKA) the first part of article 19 TPKA Power of complementary medicine alternative (TPKA) includes the following: a. complementary medicine Alternative Energy; and b. Alternative complementary medicine Personnel Exchange. The second part of Paragraph 1 TPKA Permissions Permission Power Alternative complementary medicine article 20 (1) each of the doctors and dentists who will implement alternative complementary medicine practices must have a Permit of practice (SIP) and must have a task (ST-TPKA) issued by the head of Department.

24 (2) any health workers who do not already have a registration will carry out a mandatory alternative complementary medicine practices have a work Permit (SIK-TPKA) issued by the head of Department. (3) any health workers who already have a registration in addition to doctors and dentists who will carry out a mandatory alternative complementary medicine practices have a ST-TPKA issued by the head of Department. (4) ST-TPKA, SIK-TPKA is valid for a period of 1 (one) year. (5) ST-TPKA, SIK-TPKA is valid only for one (1) healthcare facilities of article 21 (1) any physician or dentist may have a maximum of 3 (three) ST-TPKA. (2) every health worker in addition to the doctor or dentist only has 1 (one) ST-TPKA/SIK-TPKA. Paragraph 2 Permits Foreign Alternative complementary medicine Workforce section 22 (1) any foreign worker who will do the obligatory alternative complementary medicine services have SIK-TPKA issued by head of Department. (2) every foreign worker referred to in subsection (1), can only carry out the practice in a health care facility that is not an individual practice. (3) health care Facilities as referred to in paragraph (2), must meet the following requirements: a. have hired at least 2 (two) doctor/dentist who has had a letter of proof of registration (SBR-TPKA) and ST-TPKA; b. health care facilities have permission; and c. has the facilities, infrastructure, and equipment which qualify according legislation. (4) the foreign worker referred to in subsection (1) must have the ability to speak in Indonesia well. (5) valid SIK-TPKA the same as the expiration of SBR-TPKA during 1 (one) year.

25. CHAPTER IV LICENSING of TRADITIONAL HEALTH SERVICE PERSONNEL (YANKESTRAD) the first part of Yankestrad of article 23 (1) traditional health service personnel based on how its treatment is divided into: a. medical services using traditional skills; and b. traditional health services who use the herb. (2) traditional health service personnel who use the skills referred to in subsection (1) letter a, for example: massages, shiatsu massage, fractures, shaman, batra baby circumcision, reflection, akupressur, acupuncture, chiropraksi, fire, bekam therapy, skin beauty stylist/hair, energy, reiki, psychic, gigong, psychotherapy, and the like. (3) traditional health service personnel who use the herb as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b include: physicians, shinse, herbs, grain white rice, homoeopathy, aromatherapy, SPA therapists, and the like. (4) traditional health service personnel in carrying out the Ministry should not use a potion containing the drug Chemicals. (5) the traditional health service personnel in the Ministry using the herb aside mandatory simplisia attach test results from an accredited laboratory concoctions. The second part of permissions Yankestrad section 24 (1) All facilities and traditional health service personnel as referred to in article 23, is obligated to have the permission of the head of Department. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), in the form of a registered Letter of the traditional Pengobat (STPT) or Traditional Pengobat Licence (SIPT). (3) the SIPT as mentioned on paragraph (2), given to traditional health service personnel who have been tested. (4) the SIPT STPT and valid for a period of 3 (three) years. (5) a permit referred to in subsection (1), granted after recommendations from: a. the State Prosecutor Depok to traditional health service personnel by means of supernatural (paranormal, prana, reiki, herbalists, gigong psychotherapy and the like);

26 b. Office of the Ministry of religious affairs for the city of Depok traditional health service personnel with a means of approach to religion (Islam, Christianity, Roman Catholicism, Hinduism, or Buddhism);d 60s c. MUI Depok to traditional health service personnel with a means of approach to the religion of Islam. Chapter V LICENSING HEALTH CARE FACILITIES is the first health care Facilities Article 25 health care Facilities include: a. the hospital; b. clinic; c. pharmacy; d. the pharmacy people; e. drug stores; f. laboratory; g. Radiology; h. optics; i. dialysis service facility; j. blood services; k. beauty clinic; b. means of eradication of pests; m. stores health tools; and n. institution health tools testers. The second part of licensing health care Facilities Paragraph 1 Permits the hospital Article 26 (1) every Hospital providers class C and class D required to have a permit from the mayor or appointed officials. (2) the organiser as mentioned in subsection (1): a. for the City Government Technical Implementing shaped (UPT) from the area of Device Organization in the field of health, certain agencies or agencies of technical Area; and b. for private legal entities that shaped its business activities only in the field of perumahsakitan.


27 (3) the permit referred to in subsection (1), consists of a permit established a hospital and operating permits. (4) permit the hospital referred to in subsection (3), is given for a period of 2 (two) years and can be extended for 1 (one) year. (5) operational Permits as referred to in paragraph (3), consisting of a temporary operational permits and permission to remain operational. (6) temporary operational Permits as referred to in paragraph (5), provided for a period of 1 (one) year. (7) the permit remains operational as mentioned in subsection (5), valid for a period of 5 (five) years. (8) operational Permissions can still be given to the hospital when it has got the classification/designation of the class issued by the Minister. Paragraph 2 Permits the clinic article 27 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and organized a mandatory clinic received permission from the mayor or appointed Officials. (2) referred to in subsection (1), provided for a period of 5 (five) years. Paragraph 3 Permits the pharmacy Article 28 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and organized a pharmacy required to have a permit from the mayor or appointed officials. (2) pharmacy Permit as referred to in paragraph (1), 5 (five) years. Paragraph 4 Permits the people's Pharmacy Article 29 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and organized the people's pharmacy required to have a permit from the mayor or appointed Officials. (2) the people's Pharmacy in the service kefarmasian mandatory emphasis on generic drugs and prohibited Narcotic and psychotropic substances provides, preparing the drug and handed the drugs in large quantities.

28 (3) every pharmacy payers have one person people pharmacist as the person in charge and can be assisted by technical personnel kefarmasian. (4) retail drug can change its status to become a people's Pharmacy could be 1 (one) or a combination of at most four (4) retail drug. Paragraphs 5 Permits drug store article 30 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and organized drug stores required to have a permit from the mayor or appointed Officials. (2) any person or business entity that will be established and organized a mandatory drug store employs a Workforce of technical Kefarmasian (TTK) as the person in charge of the pharmaceutical technical. (3) Permit drug stores as referred to in paragraph (1), valid for 5 (five) years and can be extended. (4) any person or business entity that will be established and organized drug stores is prohibited: a. accept or serve the prescription; b. make the drug; and c. wrap (repackaged) drug, repack the medicine. Paragraph 6 of the laboratory's permission article 31 (1) every person or legal entity that will be set up and organized public Clinic Laboratory pratama is obligated to have the permission of the mayor or appointed Officials. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), provided for a period of 5 (five) years. Paragraph 7 Permits Diagnostic Radiology Services Article 32 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and organized a mandatory diagnostic radiology services have permission from the mayor or appointed Officials. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), valid for a period of 5 (five) years.

29 Paragraph 8 the optical laboratory and Permit Optical Chapters 33 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and held a service of optical and/or optical Laboratories obligatory have the permission of the mayor or appointed officials. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), valid for 5 (five) years. (3) every organiser optical and/or optical Laboratories required to have at least 1 (one) person refraksionis optician who works as a full person in charge. Paragraph 9 Permits Dialysis Service Facility of article 34 (1) Organizing Ministry dialysis can only be carried out at health care facilities. (2) any person or business entity that has a health care facility and will organise the service of dialysis must have permission from the mayor or appointed officials. (3) a permit as referred to in paragraph (2), valid for a period of 5 (five) years. Paragraph 10 of article 35 Blood Service Permission (1) each Unit of blood transfusion (UTD) city level required to have the license issued by the mayor or appointed Officials. (2) a permit as referred to in paragraph (1), provided for a period of 5 (five) years. Paragraph 11 of article 36 Beauty Clinic Permission (1) any person or business entity that will be established and organized the service of beauty clinics required to have the license issued by the mayor or appointed officials. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), applies for a period of 5 (five) years.

30 Paragraph 12 business license Pest Eradication Article 37 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and pest eradication services conducts mandatory operational clearances issued by the mayor or appointed officials. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), applies to the period of 1 (one) year. Paragraph 13 Health Tools Store Permission Article 38 (1) any person or business entity that will set up shop tools health must have a permit issued by the head of Department. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), applies for a period of 5 (five) years. (3) Stores Health Tools can only transmit certain health tools and in limited quantities in accordance with the legislation in force. Paragraph 2 Permits the institution of Health Tools Testers Article 39 (1) the Foundation and/or legal entity will carry out testing tool health must have a permit issued by the head of Department. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), applies for a period of 5 (five) years. The third part of the determination of the number and type of health care Facility of article 40 (1) in granting the permission of health care facilities, the mayor or the designated Officer may determine the number and type of healthcare facilities. (2) the determination of the number and type of health service facilities as referred to in paragraph (1), taking into account: a. the area; b. health needs; c. amount and distribution of the population; d. patterns of disease;


31 e. its utilization; f. social functions; g. the ability in leveraging technology; h. access; and i. the quality of facilities. (3) Provisions regarding the number and type of health service facilities as referred to in paragraph (2), does not apply to the type of quarantine hospitals, research, and asylum. (4) in order to permit the granting of health care facilities, the official who is appointed on the recommendation of Department may determine the quantities, composition and competence of health workers in facilities that match the standards and needs. (5) within the health system development efforts, the mayor or the designated Officer may determine the flagship services in health facilities by remaining attentive to the conditions of public health. CHAPTER VI LICENSING and CERTIFICATION of public places ASSOCIATED with the HEALTH of the first part of the types of public places associated with the Health of article 41 public places associated with the health, consists of: a. a beauty salon; b. Healthy Disposable water (SPA); c. the House dining, restaurants, catering or catering; d. household food industry; c. drinking water depot; d. e.; and the hotel swimming pool. The second part of licensing places of Public Health related to Paragraph 1 Permits Beauty Salon Article 42 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and hosted service beauty shop is obligated to have a permit issued by the Mayor or appointed officials.

32 (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), which is valid for 3 (three) years. Paragraph 2 Permits Healthy Disposable water (SPA) of article 43 (1) any person or business entity that will be established and hosted service SPA required to have the license issued by the mayor or appointed Officials. (2) the permit referred to in subsection (1), can be either a temporary permit and permission to stay. (3) a temporary Permit as referred to in paragraph (2), valid for 6 months. (4) a fixed Permission as referred to in paragraph (2), valid for 3 (three) years. The third part Certification places public health related Paragraphs 1 a certificate of sanitary/Hygiene Certificate be eligible to be eligible to Healthy Article 44 (1) any person or business entity that will ask permission of the House dining, restaurant, foodservice and/or catering, the depot drinking water required to have certificates be eligible hygiene sanitation issued by head of Department. (2) any person or business entity that will ask permission of the hotel and/or the pool required to have certificates be eligible to healthy issued by head of Department. (3) the certificate as in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), given in the form of temporary or permanent. (4) the certificate of sanitary/Hygiene Certificate be eligible to be eligible to healthy while as mentioned in subsection (3), valid for 6 (six) months and may be extended once for the same time period. (5) a certificate of sanitary Hygiene/Sertifikat be eligible to be eligible to Remain Healthy as referred to in paragraph (3), valid for 3 (three) years. (6) the certificate of sanitary/Hygiene Certificate be eligible to be eligible to become a healthy replacement occurs when cancel owner, moved the location/address, cover and or cause the onset of food poisoning/plague.

Paragraph 33 2 a certificate Extension Food Industry Household Article 45 (1) any person or business entity that will hold Household Food Industry required to have a certificate of Extension of Food Industry Household of the head of Department. (2) industry Household food production results have expired less than 1 (one) week calculated from the moment of its production are excluded from the obligation referred to in paragraph (1). (3) Household Food production industry should be labeled. (4) the Label referred to in subsection (2), contain at least the information on: a. the name of the product; b. a list of the ingredients used; c. net weight or net contents; d. name and address of the parties produce or insert food into the territory of Indonesia; e. industrial food production certificate number households; and f. date, month, and year of expiration. Article 46 (1) in the framework of the certification Industry Household food, Depok health services carry out extension programs against the owner or person in charge of the food industry and beverages households. (2) the owner or person in charge of food and drink industry households that have followed the guidance given a certificate by the head of outreach health services the city of Depok. (3) the owner or responsible household food industry that has possess certificate extension can list the certificate number of food production on the label of the food industry, household product results. (4) Certificate Extension as referred to in paragraph (3), it can be revoked if the owner or person in charge does not implement the provisions of the health requirements of household food industry.

34 CHAPTER VII LIABILITY of the first part of the obligation of health care personnel and Personnel of complementary medicine alternative (TPKA) Article 47 and TPKA compulsory health care personnel: a. ministered according competencies; b. code of ethics, comply with the standards of the profession, the right to health, the steward user standard service and standard operating procedures; c. develop and enhance the knowledge and skills possessed; d. the patient keep a secret; e. referring patients to health workers and TPKA who have skills and abilities that are better if you are not able to perform an examination or treatment; f. do basic humanitarian emergency relief, except when he's sure there are others who served and are able to do so; g. provide information relating to the conditions and actions that will be undertaken; h. requesting approval against the action that will be performed; i. create and maintain medical record; and j. make new permit when moving location. The second part of obligations traditional health service personnel (Yankestrad) Article 48 Personnel mandatory Yankestrad: a. perform services that are safe, useful and responsive; b. does not conflict with the norms, ethics and religion; c. make record keeping and reporting on its activities to the Office; d. providing information to the public with regard to the place of service, hours of practice, the method of service, expertise, and the title of the Registered Letter in accordance with Traditional Pengobat (STPT) and Traditional Pengobat Licence (SIPT) has; e. increase the scientific knowledge, skills and knowledge through education and training; and f. create new permissions when moving location.


35 the third part liability of the holder of the permit Means health services Article 49 the holder of the permit Means the Ministry of health must: a. provide the correct information to the public about the medical services provided; b. give health services in accordance with the professional standard of service and operational procedures; c. providing services without asking for emergency advance payment in advance; d. providing facilities and services to the public who cannot afford or poor; e. ask the medical approval and consent to changes in the types of drugs; f. organizes medical record and reference system; g. refuse the wishes of patients who are at odds with the ethics and laws and regulations; h. respecting and protecting the rights of patients; I made a list of medical personnel and health workers who work in a health care facility of its own; j. administer government programs in the health field; k. enact the whole environment facilities as areas without smoking; b. to the hospital, do registration and accreditation; d. create a new permit when moving location and/or change the owner and/or name change on health service facility; and n. report to the giver of the consent in the event of a change in charge and/or implementing daily, in means of the Ministry of health. The fourth part of the obligations of the holder of the permit and certificate of public places associated with the health of the article 50 the holder of a permit and a certificate of public places that are related to health must: a. carry out the activities in accordance with permissions and certificates given; and b. maintain quality services and products that are produced in accordance with the standard set based on the rules and regulations that apply.

36. CHAPTER VIII of the CONSTRUCTION and SUPERVISION of article 51 (1) Office conducts coaching and supervision against health care personnel, complementary alternative health workers, health service personnel, health care facilities and public facilities that are related to health. (2) the construction referred to in subsection (1), geared to improving the quality of service, patient safety, and protect the public against the risks which may pose a danger to health or detrimental to society. (3) guidance and supervision as referred to in paragraph (1), in the form of the grant guidance, supervision, consultation, education and training as well as other incidental empowerment activities as well as on a periodic basis. (4) in the implementation of coaching and supervision as referred to in paragraph (1), the Office assisted or collaborated with professional organizations and related associations and specific to traditional health service personnel service of the Disciplinary Tribunal may establish traditional health service personnel when needed. CHAPTER IX PROVISIONS of the first part of the Administration's Sanctions SANCTIONS of article 52 (1) Every holder of a permit health workers, TPKA, Yankestrad, health care facilities, and public areas related to health in violation of the provisions of article 47, article 48, article 49, article 50 administrative penalties. (2) administrative Sanctions referred to in paragraph (1), in the form of: a. a written reprimand; b. a fine; c. freezing of permissions; and d. revocation; (3) the imposition of sanctions and fines as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, set: a. permit holder for health workers and TPKA rate: Rp. 10,000,000.-(ten million dollars);

37 b. permit holders Yankestrad Rp 5,000,000.0.-(five million dollars); c. the permit holder for the health facility of Rp 20,000,000.0.-(twenty million rupiah);d 60s d. for the holder of the permit and the certificate holder's public places associated with the health, Rp 5,000,000.0.-(five million rupiah). (4) the imposition of administrative sanctions fines Results referred to in paragraph (3), deposited the cash into the region. (5) the procedures for the imposition of administrative sanctions referred to in paragraph (2), be governed by the rules of the Mayor. The second part of article 53 Criminal Sanctions (1) every person or entity who violates the provisions of article 4 paragraph (1), article 5 paragraph (1), article 6 paragraph (1), article 7 paragraph (1), article 8 paragraph (1), subsection (2), article 9 paragraph (1), article 11 paragraph (1) of article 12, paragraph (1), article 13 paragraph (1), article 14 paragraph (1), article 15 paragraph (1), article 16 paragraph (1) Article 17, paragraph (1), article 20 paragraph (1), subsection (2), subsection (3), section 22 subsection (1), article 24 paragraph (1), section 26 subsection (1), article 27 paragraph (1) of article 28, paragraph (1), article 29 paragraph (1) of article 30, paragraph (1), article 31, paragraph (1) of article 32 paragraph (1) of article 33, paragraph (1), article 34 paragraph (2) of article 35, paragraph (1) of article 36, paragraph (1) Article 37, paragraph (1), article 38 paragraph (1), article 39, paragraph (1) of article 42, paragraph (1) of article 43 paragraph (1) of article 44, paragraph (1), paragraph (2) of article 45, paragraph (1) be penalized for criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a maximum fine of Rp. 50,000,000.00 (fifty million rupiah). (2) a fine referred to in subsection (1), constitutes acceptance of the area and deposited the cash into the region. (3) a criminal offence referred to in subsection (1), is a violation of. Article 54 (1) any doctor or dentist who practise medicine without having a permit practice are convicted in accordance with Act No. 29 of 2004 concerning the practice of medicine. (2) every health care facility that deliberately employs a doctor or dentist who does not have a SIP, are convicted in accordance with Act No. 29 of 2004 concerning the practice of medicine.


38 (3) any person intentionally organizes Hospitals do not have the permission, are convicted are convicted in accordance with Act No. 44 of 2009 about the hospital. (4) every person who practise kefarmasian but do not have the expertise and authority in the field of kefarmasian are convicted in accordance with Act No. 36 years in 2009 about health. (5) any person who without the permission of practise traditional health services using sehinggga tools and technologies resulting in loss of property, heavy injuries or death are convicted in accordance with Act No. 36 years in 2009 about health. (6) any person who intentionally organizes activities or process of production, storage, transport, and/or circulation of food in a State that does not meet the requirements of sanitation are convicted in accordance with Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food. (7) any person who deliberately use the banned materials are used as food additives or food additives uses are beyond the specified maximum threshold, are convicted in accordance with Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food. (8) any person who deliberately use the banned materials were used as food packaging and/or any materials that can release harmful impurities or endangers human health, are convicted in accordance with Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food. (9) any person who deliberately distribute food which is prohibited to released, are convicted in accordance with Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food. (10) any person who deliberately trades a food that does not meet the required quality standards, are convicted in accordance with Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food. (11) any person who deliberately trades a different mutunya or food does not equal quality of the recommended food, are convicted in accordance with Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food.

39 (12) any person who deliberately trades a food that does not meet the requirements of the quality certification of food, are convicted in accordance with Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food. (13) any person who intentionally change, melabel back, or to switch the date, month, and year expired food circulated, are convicted in accordance with Act No. 7 of 1996 on Food. CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 55 health workers, TPKA, Yankestrad, health care facilities, and public places associated with the Health Regulations before this area was defined has having permit and the permit has not expired, then the permission is declared to remain valid until the time of his permission. CHAPTER XI miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 56 (1) the Mayor may delegate some or all of those powers in the field of health care means permission to officials designated through Regulation the Mayor with the holding to the legislation in force. (2) the procedures for licensing health workers, TPKA, Yankestrad, means health services and public places that are related to health, as well as the procedures for certification in public places associated with the health food industry and households is governed more by the Mayor's Rules. (3) things that have not been regulated and/or insufficient Rules relating to regulated this area all about technical implementation is governed more by the Mayor's Rules.

40. CHAPTER XII CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 57 of the regulation at the time of this area comes into force, the regulation Area Depok number 05 in 2003 about private health Ministry Permission and rules Area Depok number 06 of 2003 about the Retribution of the private health services Permit revoked and declared inapplicable. Article 58 Regulations this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. So that everyone can know it, ordered the Enactment of regulations in this area with its placement in the sheet Area Depok. Set in Singapore on June 6, 2011 MAYORS, h. NUR MAHMUDI Ismā ' īl Enacted at Depok on June 6, 2011 SECRETARY DEPOK h. ETY SURYAHATI, SE, M.Si NIP 19631217 198903 2 006 SHEET AREA DEPOK in 2011 number 06

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