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Hospital Management Team
dra. Lawrencia Hanny Moniaga – CEO MRCCC Siloam Hospitals Semanggi
As the CEO of the Mochtar Riady Comprehensive Cancer Centre since 2008, Hanny offers over 25 years experience in the Indonesian health sector. Starting her professional life in Pharmaceutical sales, she has gone on to serve in high level management positions with multi-national organisations including Bristol Myers Squibb, Zeneca Pharmaceuticals, and Pfizer Corporation Indonesia. She completed her MBA at the Management Institute of Jakarta and has been privileged to attend prestigious international training programs in the areas of marketing, management and leadership. Ibu Hanny has founded several prominent health organisations in Indonesia including the Indonesian Kidney Foundation, the Indonesian Travel Medicine and Asia Pacific Travel Medicine Association and the Indonesian Burn Association. She holds leadership roles within the Indonesian Cancer Foundation, DIGM Indonesia (the German-Indonesian Medical Association), and the Perhimpunan Melah Bangsa (Women and Children Association). Hanny¹s work covered a wide range of health issues in Indonesia; however she particularly enjoys the challenges and multi-disciplinary coordination required in the treatmen of cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
dr. Melissa Luwia, MHA - Hospital Director MRCCC
In 2009, dr. Melissa joined the Siloam Hospitals Group. Her dynamic character, paired with her long term industry experience enables her to effectively lead MRCCC, a role she executes with flair. dr. Melissa's career shows her passion for health, especially cancer. Her interest in prevention, early detection and supportive program of cancer is seen in her long term involvement with the Indonesian Cancer Foundation (YayasanKanker Indonesia), where she started work in 1980. She became the director of the Early Detection Centre in 1990. In 1994, dr. Melissa became a Board member and her current position with the Indonesian Cancer Foundation continues as Vice President of Social Services.