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Nippon Medical School Hospital
1-1-5 Sendagi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8603, Japan
Nippon Medical School Hospital is located in the Bunkyo district of Tokyo. This district, which resides in the center of Tokyo, is well known for its academic culture and historic spots. Our hospital is surrounded by a number of universities, museums and parks such as Rikugi-en, within a quiet and calm environment. Since the opening of the hospital in 1910, we have equipped with advanced medical technology aligned with highly specialized experts in each department. For more than a century, we have dedicated to our community and have been recognized in the area for highest quality of patient care.
In January 1977, we established the first medical emergency center in Japan to be authorized by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, and the center was later designated for “Advanced Critical Care Center”. In 1993 we were authorized by the Ministry of Health and Welfare as the “Advanced Treatment Hospital”, and in 2010 as the regional hub medical institution for cancer treatment. For many years, we have put an enormous effort to enhance quality of care and have gained experience in clinical research and clinical education.
Regarding cancer treatment, we are working hard in order for patients with cancer to feel comfortable with treatments and receive medical care with confidence. For outpatient care, we have recently established General Medicine Center, which provides high quality care to outpatients with efficiency and quick response. Through these efforts, we are conducting medical care to fulfill diverse medical needs in our community.
We believe in the importance of fostering a relationship of trust with patients and highly value teamwork with other professionals. We will continue to work hard and to enhance cooperation with other medical institutions in order to provide patients with highest quality medical care.
|Establisher||Nippon Medical School Chairman Akiro Terashi|
|Administrator||Director Atsuhiro Sakamoto|
|Authorized Hospital Bed Capacity||899 (General: 867beds, Psychiatry: 32beds)|
|Number of Staff||2,223 (September 1, 2012)|
|Nursing Classification||General nursing care placement 7-to-1 / Psychiatry nursing care placement 7-to-1|
Critical Care Medicine (CCM) 41 beds
Intensive Care Unit (ICU) 17 beds
Stroke Care Unit (SCU) 4 beds
|1876 April||Opened Saiseigakusha|
|1904 April||Founded Nippon Medical School|
|1910 November||Opened Nippon Medical Hospital Affiliated to the Medical School|
|1926 February||Founded Non-profit organization Nippon Medical School, and then in the same year, renamed it Nippon Medical School Second Clinic|
|1953 April||Renamed Nippon Medical School Affiliated Clinic|
|1963 April||Renamed Nippon Medical School Hospital|
|1977 January||The first to be approved by the Ministry of Health and Welfare to set up Critical Care Center|
|1986 September||Newly build the East Wing|
|1993 April||Specified as the First Advanced Critical Care Center (Ministry of Health and Welfare)|
|1993 December||Approved as Advanced Treatment Hospital|
|2008 February||Specified as the regional hub medical institution for cancer treatment|
To first-time patients of our hospital
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Our hospital includes physicians and specialists who are equipped with the most advanced medical technologies and expertise. They work very hard every single day in order to offer their patients the best possible medical treatment. Every and each medical department hopes to bring the best medical treatment package and system to help every person lead a healthy and comfortable life.
General Medicine Center
Cancer Clinic Center
Medical Cooperation Section