Mobile Clinical Vehicles

Access to good quality primary, secondary and tertiary facilities increases overall healthcare system efficiency by:


  • decreasing travel time for both patient and healthcare professional


  • ​improving allocative efficiency through investments in cost-effective interventions such as prevention and promotion versus much costlier curative care (e.g. immunisation versus treatment of vaccine preventable diseases such as measles);


  • decreasing the unit cost per episode of treatment (at more inexpensive primary care centres versus hospitals; and increasing early treatment and reducing expensive referrals by avoiding complications in Indonesia’s increasingly common chronic diseases (e.g. controlling blood pressure of hypertensive patients via lifestyle modification and medication versus dealing with stroke and nephropathy).

primary and specialised

care vehicles

Docta’s Mobile Clinics deliver outreach Primary care services,, to remote and underserved areas of West Java.

Nationally insured patients registered under the Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN) universal health care scheme are entitled to access a comprehensive package of necessary health services, including comprehensive Primary Healthcare. Docta’s Mobile Clinic’s are specifically designed to deliver this package of care.


Each vehicle will transport a Primary Care Doctor, trained nurse and technician to provide the essential services. They also have Telehealth digital communication capabilities under Ministry of Health Regulation No.5/2014 Clinical Practice Guidelines for Primary Care Physicians.



Docta Pty Ltd

47 Cumberland Ave 

Collaroy NSW AUS


PT Docta Indonesia Tech.

47 Cumberland Ave 

Collaroy NSW AUS