Potential Disasters as a Basis for Policy Making to Build a Public Health Center
Besides being surrounded by two volcanoes, Banyuwangi Regency also has a coastal, lowland, and highland topology. In order to minimize the number of victims in the event of a disaster, cooperation between the PHC and the community is needed, in this case the relevant parties must be empowered to become a community that cares about the environment and is responsive to disasters that may arise in its territory. This research shows that Banyuwangi Regency has four potential natural disasters, namely tsunamis, landslides, floods and volcanic eruptions. As many as 67% of PHC at the District Level in Banyuwangi Regency have the potential for flooding, 42% of PHC have potential tsunamis, 22% of PHC have potential landslides and 7% of PHC have potential for volcanic eruptions. The conclusions of this study are predictions about the potential disasters that may occur in the work area of each PHC can be used as a basis for consideration to encourage innovative programs in efforts to develop health center services that support more effective planning of regional activities and budgets. and efficient in accordance with the conditions and problems of each region.