Keio University Hospital

Keio university hospital is a well-known large hospital in Japan, founded in 1917, with 1,059 beds, 854 permanent doctors, 28 dental doctors, 1026 nurses, 100 pharmacists.

Keio university hospital has 29 clinics and 17 central clinics. The outpatients is 797,263 in total, with an average daily reception of 2964 patients. The total number of inpatients was 289,090, and the average number of inpatients per day was 792. A total of 14,373 operations were performed in the hospital.

In 2009, the world’s first living donor liver transplant for a child with a heart abnormality was successfully performed at the hospital. In 2013, the world’s first intraauricular cell regeneration operation for hearing impairment was also performed successfully in the hospital.

The most prominent feature of this hospital is that it has a research and development department of minimally invasive therapy aiming at the research and development of new technologies and equipment for minimally invasive cancer therapy. In the field of digestive system tumors, minimally invasive surgery can be used to treat tumors regardless of their size and location as long as there is no lymph node metastasis. Director naoko is one of the leading ESD developers with more than 10 years of clinical experience and outstanding achievements.

Address: 35 Shinanomachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8582

Contact: (03) 3353-1211 (representative)