From After Koyama to Next Koyama

Next month, I will be 68 years old.
And this year marks the 40th anniversary of opening an emergency hospital with my father in Ginza.
His father, Chairman Seido, is no more.
Of course, I, too, will eventually disappear.
The preparation for that day is the plan after Koyama.
There is no successor in my family.
There will also be officers of foreign nationality.
Koyama G will no longer exist.
Organizations will be completely reborn.
Aim for government from the people.
Nearly 40 corporations have merged or become regional cooperation corporations, ranking 10th.
The headquarters building will also be rebuilt.
It will take at least 5 years.
The past history of Koyama G is precious and important, but it will eventually become a memory of the past.
The pride of Koyama G is the next one.
I would love to see the facilities that are about to open.
The plan that is currently being planned contains a dream for the future.
The future of young workers.
I will eventually become a user and a resident there.
Integration of medical care, nursing care, childcare and daily life.
Healthcare Design Network.
I will do my best to design the next Koyama.
Specifically, it will be the development of mid-level executives.
I would like to design a facility that will not only be a museum-type medical care facility, but also a venue for weddings and funerals.
I plan to have my remains washed away in Tokyo Bay.
Even without a cemetery, it seems to be fine.

Pulse oximeter 98/97/98
Body temperature 36.2 Blood sugar 165

CEO Yasunari Koyama


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