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Hospital overview


Basic information

Name Tobu Chiiki Hospital, Tokyo Metropolitan Health and Medical Treatment Corporation
President Toshihide Maruyama
Location 5-14-1 Kameari, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo 125-8512
Opened July 1990
Scale of inpatient and outpatient services Inpatient: 314 hospital beds approved by the Medical Care Act (308 general hospital beds, six ICU/CCU hospital beds)
Outpatients: 395.0 people/day (results in FY2013)
Departments Internal Medicine, Gastrointestinal Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine, Pediatrics, Surgery, Gastrointestinal Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Neurosurgery, Cardiovascular Surgery, Urology, Gynecology, Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Radiology, Anesthesiology, Pathological Diagnosis
Fundamental medical care functions
  • Focus on secondary medical care
  • Focus on acute, short-term patients
  • Open Hospital (approved November 1991)
  • Focused medical care (circulatory organ medical care/emergency medicine)
  • Regional Medical Care Support Hospital (approved September 1998)
Designations, etc.
  • Insurance Medical Institution
  • Act on Prevention of Infectious Diseases and Medical Care for Patients Suffering Infectious Diseases
  • Public Assistance Act
  • Atomic Bomb Survivors' Support Act
  • Industrial Accident Compensation Insurance Act
  • Services and Supports for Persons with Disabilities Act
  • Emergency Notice Medical Institution
  • Tokyo Designated Secondary Emergency Medical Institution
  • Tokyo Holiday and Nighttime Medical Examination Project
  • Regional Medical Care Support Hospital
  • AIDS Medical Examination Cooperative Hospital (Disaster Base Hospital)
  • Tokyo Medical Facility for Times of Disaster (Disaster Base Hospital)
  • Authorized Tokyo CCU Network Member Facility

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Cooperation with regional medical institutions (Regional Medical Care Support Hospital)

Providing suitable medical care to eastern Tokyo
Tobu Chiiki Hospital is a central hospital in the eastern part of Tokyo, mainly serving Katsushika, Adachi, Edogawa, Sumida, Koto, and Arakawa Cities. It carries out proactive cooperation with regional medical institutions (clinics, etc.) to ensure the continuation of medical care and provide suitable medical care to the residents of the region. It has been approved as a Regional Medical Care Support Hospital.(Approved September 1998)

Referral and appointment system

Except for emergency patients, in principle the hospital has a referral and appointment system for examining patients that were referred by regional medical institutions.

Send-back/reverse referral system

After receiving examinations and tests at the hospital, we can send patients back to the medical institution they were referred by, or refer them to a suitable regional medical institution, depending on their condition.

Joint medical examinations

We proactively accept patients referred by regional medical institutions for hospitalization, and provide joint medical examinations with the referring physician when necessary.

Open training functions

Clinical conferences and other meetings held at the hospital are open to the physicians we cooperate with, as well as physicians in the region.

Regional medical information system

We collect various types of information related to regional medical institutions and utilize it in cooperative work with regional medical institutions and other facilities, as well as the provision of information to residents of the region.

Medical cooperation with regional hospitals in eastern Tokyo

Medical network for patients

We provide the focused medical care required by the region

Advantages for medical institutions and physicians
  • Optimizing management and exhibiting functions according to the roles of medical institutions
  • Enhancing primary care via support from advanced, specialized physicians
  • Avoiding redundant investments and effectively utilizing medical resources
  • Enhancing continuing education

Advantages for residents and patients
  • Suitable medical care according to condition
  • Continuous, consistent medical care
  • Improved access to examinations
  • Having a primary physician

Vitalizing regional medical care
  • Improving the quality of regional medical care
  • Sharing regional medical information and an awareness of issues
  • Establishing relations of mutual trust between medical institutions