Many of our departments’ staff has been educated and trained in the United States and Great Britain. We take advantage of the blend between the rationality of the western culture and the finely detailed Japanese culture to ensure a high QOL post-operation.
We always balance the benefits and invasions of operations, and strive to minimize the operational aftereffects as much as possible. All rooms in our hospitals are private, and pay adequate attention to privacy as well.
However, it is difficult to offer private rooms without extra charges from the beginning of hospitalization. Your name will be placed on a waiting list after being admitted. We aim to transfer you as quickly as we possibly can, so please feel free to contact us.
Shortening Length of Hospitalization
Hospitalization for surgery is very stressful not only physically, but mentally and economically as well. For that reason, we strive to make efforts in keeping the hospitalization period as short as we possibly can.
- We keep examinations minimum, conducting the most necessary examinations available through outpatient services.
- We will decide on an operation date ahead of time through outpatient services and will have you admitted for hospitalization one day prior to the operation.
- We strive for early rising and rehabilitation post-operation with the cooperation of the nursing staff.
- We actively incorporate day surgeries.
|First Visit||1,020 people|
Hospital Admission (FY 2012)
|Real Number||903 people|
|Average Length of Stay||10.5 days|
Number of Operations (FY 2012)
|Upper gastrointestinal tract||62|
|Lower gastrointestinal tract||180|
|Liver, Bile or Pancreatic disease||33|