The National Traditional Health Care set up three objectives for its implementation at health care, whereby health staff were to be trained in traditional health and provide acupressure care, collect data, and register and provide technical guidance to traditional healers and guide individuals in the use of traditional medicine and herbs. This qualitative study aimed to analyze the implementation of traditional health care at three subdistrict health care: Ciomas, Ciawi, and Caringin in the Bogor District. Data were collected through document analysis, observation, and in-depth interviews. Each health care has trained staff in acupressure, but care is hindered by lack of room, and the community prefers to go to a traditional masseur. Data collection, registration, and technical guidance to traditional healers existed because of support from local funding. Individual guidance on the use of traditional medicine and herbs did not happen because of a lack of funding for home visits. Traditional health care at health centers focuses on the activity that is working, which is data collection, registration, and technical guidance by traditional healers.
- Primary health care
- Traditional health care