Christina Ramauli (27) had intended to resign from her profession. However, the Siloam Hospital nurse Sriwijaya Palembang, South Sumatra (Sumsel), who was the victim of the patient’s family mistreatment finally gave up his intention.
“Based on the information of the victim’s mother when we visited some time ago, Christina, who was in a traumatic condition, did mention that she wanted to resign from her position as a nurse, “said DPW Chairman of the Indonesian National Nurses Association (PPNI) South Sumatra Subhan Haikal, to detikcom, Monday (19/4/2021).
Subhan said that the intention to resign from the nursing profession arose when Christina was experiencing the peak of her trauma. This intention disappeared as his condition improved.
“Alhamdulillah, his condition is getting better now. Physically, the bruise in the stomach is starting to reduce the pain, which is still on the chin. a little. Maybe psychologically still a little traumatized, and until now still being treated at RS Siloam, “said Subhan.
Subhan said, to recover Christina’s psyche from her trauma, two doctors and psychologists accompanied her. To guard legal cases in the police, PPNI also provides legal assistance.
“God willing, the case will continue, nurse Christina will be accompanied by a clear lawyer Siloam and lawyer PPNI legal aid agency. So we have prepared it like that, “said Subhan.
Jason Tjakrawinata alias JT (38) was named a suspect in a case of persecution the Siloam Hospital nurse Sriwijaya, Palembang, Christina Ramauli Simatupang. He was also detained at the Palembang Police to account for his actions.
Jason was charged with Article 351 of the Criminal Code with the threat of 2 years and 8 months in prison for mistreating a nurse RS Siloam. In addition, Jason was charged with damaging his cell phone the Siloam Hospital nurse another, with the initials AR, who at the time of the incident recorded the commotion.
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