UNAIR NEWS – An alumnus of Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Airlangga has produced another solution to community’s problem in the form of a medical start-up. Caesar Givani or known as dr. Caesar is an alumnus of Faculty of Medicine UNAIR class of 2009.
As a doctor, Caesar is very concerned with chronic health problems in Indonesia. According to him, one of the factors that trigger the proliferation of disease is the lack of responsiveness to early detection.
“I am saddened to see many patients who come with complicated diseases. They have to be amputated, put on a heart ring, and so on, “said Dr. Caesar on Friday (8/1/2020).
Ceklab.id is presented in the form of a mobile application and also a website httpps: //www.ceklab.id . Prospective users can access and download the platform through their respective devices. Furthermore, you can register and order a doctor who will visit the patient to your home or office.
“Its features include a swab / rapid Covid-19 test, routine medical check-ups, tests for sexually transmitted infections, tests for marriage preparation, and many more. Of course, at an affordable price,” said second place winner of Indonesian Innovation Forum BAPAREKRAF in 2019.
The interesting thing is that the results of medical checks can come out faster when compared to conventional hospitals. Furthermore, Ceklab.id has served more than 35 thousand patients in dozens of Indonesian cities.
“We were founded in May 2019 and we uphold tightly our vision for a healthy Indonesian society,” added the 2016 LPDP recipient.
Ceklab.id exists to offer a solution to eradicate disease early on in a fast, precise, safe, comfortable, and affordable service.
In the future, dr. Caesar said he will continue to improve the platform for the comfort and meeting needs of the patients and also to expand its coverage for the sake of overall health.
“We continue to work with various parties, from companies, ministries, and investors. We will focus on providing services to all Indonesian people who need early detection of diseases, including in the Covid19 pandemic era, “he concluded. (*)
Author: Muhammad Wildan S
Editor: Feri Fenoria