Alam Sehat Lestari Clinic
ASRI is run by Dr. Kinari Webb, who oversees the medical side of the program. The 24 staff of the ASRI program are all Indonesians. Fifteen to twenty western medical volunteers spend time at the clinic each year assisting with patient visits at the clinic, mobile clinic rotations, research, and training local medical staff. These volunteers are a critical part of the program’s goal to build local medical capacity in Indonesia.
Medical students will be able to work with Dr. Webb and other possible preceptor(s) in treating patients both at the site of the clinic as well as on mobile clinic visits to communities in the rainforest. In addition, they will expand to providing services to Karimata Island where the clinicians will provide care to patients with HIV/AIDS.
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