Koyama Plus One

When I started an emergency hospital in Ginza 40 years ago, I had no hesitation about medical care itself.
There was a staff member from his father’s time at Toranomon Hospital.
Patients range from the Prime Minister to senior figures in the business world.
Above all, it was the only emergency medical facility for workers in Ginza.
There were no problems with the quality of medical care itself.
If they let go of their lax management, they would be able to operate with zero minus, and they would no longer be in the red.
But that alone wasn’t enough.
Advances in medicine as a science are learned at universities and academic conferences.
It was an outside force.
We use the latest pharmaceuticals brought to us by pharmaceutical manufacturer salespeople.
We have the latest equipment from testing manufacturers.
Young doctors are sent from universities every year.
Medicine, which is a science, has a solid foundation, so it was good to leave it as it was.
I wish I could have maintained my father’s medical care.
I’m glad Koyama Seido is minus zero.
Therefore, rather than improving the quality of medical care itself, I was interested in the regional and cultural characteristics of medical care.
I always thought about the medical culture colored by the culture of Ginza.
Politicians, business figures, and celebrities were always in attendance.
It’s not just business people in Ginza.
In fact, there were many patients who worked at night in Ginza.
Working in which the days and nights are reversed can easily damage your health.
Everyone was working hard, even at the cost of their health.
There were also characteristics of hospitalized patients.
A politician flees from the media and is rushed to the hospital.
The chairman of a large company works in a special room at a hospital in place of a nursing home.
And tourists, foreigners.
Well, there was drama every day.
I was always thinking.
Developing the ideal form of community medical care for patients and staff.
I was trying to see this as an aspect of Ginza’s local culture.
I wanted to incorporate that perspective into public health science as well.
Always a plus one for medical care.
This year’s plus one is online medical treatment.
This is absolutely necessary in disaster response.
First, we will build an online medical treatment network within Koyama G.
The Ginza Medical Building will become a medical and cultural base that connects Ginza and the region.
Before the metropolitan area earthquake.
I hope I can make it in time.

Pulse oximeter 96/97/97
Body temperature 36.8 Blood sugar 176

Ginza Plus One

CEO Yasunari Koyama


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