Kameda Medical Center (KMC) is among Japan’s oldest and largest hospitals and is the only facility fully accredited by the Joint Commission International. KMC directly fronts the Pacific ocean and epitomizes today’s state-of-the-art medical facility. The KMC campus includes Kameda General Hospital, with 925 beds, more than 460 full-time physicians in specialties ranging from herbal medicine to laser surgery, units for intensive care in several specialties, and a 24-hour heliport adjacent to the level-I emergency and Trauma Center.
Kameda’s 237,000-square-foot outpatient Clinic features a high-tech diagnostic imaging center and averages more than 3,000 patients daily.
Also onsite is the full-service, 56-bed Kameda rehabilitation Hospital, providing physical therapy, stroke and cardiac rehabilitation, and more. KMC’s newest inpatient facility, K-Tower, opened in 2005 and offers 320 private rooms with round-the-clock visiting hours and spectacular ocean views.
To develop and maintain the best possible relationships with its patients, KMC strives for openness, honesty, and transparency in healthcare. Patients are treated as full participants and decision-makers. With a worldwide reputation for excellence and its recent accreditation by the Joint Commission International (JCI), Kameda has become a prime destination for international patients, expatriates, and travelers.
Last updated on 26 June 2011
Get to Know Your Hospital or Clinic
Once you’ve chosen a date and destination for your treatment, you’ll be wise to do some additional sleuthing, beginning with your treatment center. Although detail-driven, this investigation is not as daunting as it sounds, and most of your research involves simple fact-checking.