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HistoryEHealthcare Commitment

History

1899/07 Kyoto Imperial University College of Medicine was established.
1899/12 Kyoto Imperial University College of Medicine Hospital opened.
1919/02 Renamed Kyoto Imperial University Hospital.
1949/05 Renamed Kyoto University Hospital.
1998/04 The Chest Disease Research Institute (160 beds) was merged.
2004/04 All of Japan's national universities became independent corporations.

Healthcare Commitment

œBasic Principles

  1. 1. Providing safe and high-quality medical care as a patient-centered hospital.
  2. 2. Contributing to society through the development and practice of new treatments.
  3. 3. Fostering medical professionals with a sense of mission, responsibility as well as compassion.

Our healthcare commitment is based on these three principles. Since our incorporation in 2004, we have been strategically improving healthcare delivery. Key to this has been closer collaborations with local clinics and hospitals. Our integrated clinical education center was inaugurated in 2005 operating with continued focus on the education and training of doctors, dentists, and pharmacists and allied medical staff.

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Kyoto University Hospital 54 Kawaharacho, Shogoin, Sakyo-ku Kyoto,606-8507, JAPAN
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