Uncen Jayapura Inaugurates 56 General Practitioners to Develop the Land of Papua

goodmorningpapua.com – A total of 56 the XXXIII graduated doctors from Faculty of Medicine, Cenderawasih University (Uncen) took the oath and were sworn in  an open senate session, Wednesday (21/7/2021).

The swearing-in ceremony was led by the Rector of Cenderawasih University, Apolo Safanpo, at the Uncen Auditorium, located at Jalan Raya Abepura-Sentani, Jayapura City, Papua.

The Vice Dean II of the Medical Faculty of Uncen, Dr. Agnes Supratiwi Rahayu, reads the rector’s decree regarding the taking of oaths, appointments and the inauguration of the 33rd generation.

Doctor Irwan Romadhoniansyah who was born in Sorong became the best graduate of 56 doctors who were inaugurated, he got a professional GPA of 3.59 and received cum laude predicate or graduated with honors.

The Rector of Uncen, Apolo Safanpo, said that starting today, participants can officially use and take advantage of the medical profession title.

“May the Almighty God always protect and bless you all,” said Apolo Safanpo to goodmorningpapua.com.

Apollo said doctors had come a very long way before taking the medical oath.

“Congratulations on your work, happy serving the community, wherever you work, always remember the dignity of your alma mater, Cenderawasih University,” he said.

dr. Junarto Butar Butar as the appointed representative said that he and his colleagues will carry out the responsibilities as health personnel.

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“Let’s show it to the community, by bringing our alma mater to serve wholeheartedly, always insert a prayer for every patient we treat in the future,” said Junarto.

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