KMU University Hospital

KMU University Hospital

KMU University Hospital is Easily Accessible, Offering State-of-the-Art Medical Care in a Safe and Comfortable Environment

Hospital Overview

KMU University Hospital opened in January 2006. It opened as a Specific Function
Hospital (tokutei kinobyoin) and was authorized as a Disaster Base Hospital
(saigai kyotenbyoin) in October 2006 and a Tertiary Emergency and Critical Care
Center (kyumei kyukyu sentaa) in February 2008. From April 2010, the hospital
was designated as a cancer treatment cooperation center and in May 2012, the
hospital was also designated as an advanced emergency and critical care center.
KMU University Hospital has become firmly established as a core hospital in the KitaKawachi
Located conveniently only three minutes on foot from Keihan Railway's Hirakatashi
Station, KMU University Hospital is blessed with a spacious total floor space of
71,851m2 situated on a 58,000m2 site including the university campus. The rich,
green therapeutic ambience capitalizes on the natural environment of the Yodogawa
Riverside Park located adjacent to the hospital grounds.
Providing centralized, advanced medical care with comprehensive diagnoses and
treatment and through the General Perinatal Care Center, the Chemotherapy Center,
and the Endoscopy Center, KMU University Hospital fulfills its social responsibility by
offering the latest in safe medical treatment to all patients equally.
In 2014, the hospital will take steps to enhance its functions and provide advanced
medical services by opening new departments, including Diabetes, Pediatric
Neurosurgery, Pediatric Cardiovascular Surgery and Gynecologic and Obstetric
Endoscopy, as well as a Cancer Treatment Center that will further enhance cancer
treatment options.

Ideals for Patient Care

University Hospital provides safe medical care in the spirit of Jijinshinkyo, or “Benevolence, Compassion and Empathy.”

Hospital Mission Statement

1. Respect patients’ wishes and provide safe medical care
2. Provide team-based medical care founded in the self-identity and sense of responsibility as medical
3. Train outstanding and compassionate caregivers
4. Deepen partnerships with regional medical institutions and serve our local communities
5. Conduct leading-edge research and contribute high-quality medical care

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