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Muhammad Fiarry Fikaris


Fiarry is a dedicated healthcare professional with a passion for driving positive change in stroke care and healthcare delivery. With a background in medicine, extensive clinical and research experience, and a commitment to lifelong learning, Fiarry aims to bring a wealth of expertise to his role as an Angels Consultant.

Fiarry holds a master’s degree in clinical and psychosocial epidemiology from the University of Groningen, in the Netherlands, where he developed a strong interest in how to improve the quality of healthcare and, subsequently, patient outcomes. Previously, he took a bachelor’s degree in medicine at Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia, where he developed expertise in medical science and clinical practice.

Prior to joining the Angels Initiative, Fiarry served as a general practitioner, lecturer, and researcher, where he played a role in educating future healthcare professionals and conducting research. As a GP, Fiarry gained firsthand experience of treating patients, both in the hospitals and clinics. As a lecturer and researcher, he developed a deep interest in the subject of public health and neuropsychiatry, as he believed that those two fields play an important role in the upcoming health challenges. 

Since the beginning of his career, he has strived to have a beneficial impact on the world. He feels that the problems in today's healthcare system are multidimensional, necessitating a multidisciplinary approach, and the Angels Initiative is the right place to do it. He believes that the Angels Initiative is already on the right track in addressing stroke care issues, and he hopes that he can provide another perspective to improve its approach. He is eager to use his talents, experience, and passion to improve the quality of stroke care and contribute to the success of the Angels Initiative programme.