KMU Affiliated Medical Facilities
Keihan Railway as a “Health Corridor” that Links KMU Affiliated Hospitals
Kansai Medical University has four affiliated hospitals Hirakata Hospital, which use the most advanced equipment in Japan, Takii Hospital, Kori Hospital (opened in July 2010), and Temmabashi General Clinic, former OMM Medical Center which was merged with Kansai Medical University in April 2012. These core hospitals, located along the Keihan Railway Line, offer state-of-the-art medical treatment and preventative medicine and contribute to community health throughout northeastern Osaka.
Medical treatment at Kansai Medical University responds to the ever-advancing social needs of medicine, medical treatment and patient services. The common principles for medical care at all KMU medical facilities are based on our core philosophy of Benevolence, Compassion and Empathy, treatment from the patient’s viewpoint, safe and caring treatment, and provision of the best medical care.
With this extended network of KMU medical facilities, we look forward to using the Keihan Railway as Kansai Medical University’s “health corridor,” thereby contributing to the medical care and welfare of local communities.
As of May 1, 2014
|Name of Hospital
||KMU Hirakata Hospital
||KMU Takii Hospital
||KMU Kori Hospital
||2-3-1 Shin-machi, Hirakata City, Osaka 573-1191 Japan
||10-15 Fumizono-cho, Moriguchi City, Osaka 570-8507 Japan
||8-45 Korihondori-cho, Neyagawa City, Osaka 572-8551 Japan
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