Our hospital was established in 1948 when control of the hospital was transferred from the Japan Association for Medical Hospital to the Japanese Red Cross Society. We have since been making efforts to enhance the emergency medical care and acute medical care systems as a core hospital of the Hokuso region for more than 60 years.
We have also strived to work in close cooperation with local clinics and hospitals. In 2006, we were designated as a Regional Medical Care Support Hospital. Additionally, we are currently designated as an emergency medical care center, a Regional Cancer Treatment Cooperative Base Hospital in Chiba Prefecture, and a disaster base hospital in addition to other designations.
As the only Red Cross hospital in Chiba Prefecture, we have provided disaster relief and emergency medical services in Japan for major disasters such as the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Mid Niigata Prefecture Earthquake in 2004, the 2007 Chuetsu offshore earthquake, and the Great East Japan Earthquake. Furthermore, we have dispatched doctors and nurses overseas to engage in activities including disaster relief after the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, healthcare support in the Philippines, aid for victims of conflict in Pakistan, and disaster relief after the 2010 Haiti Earthquake.
Moreover, as a hospital adjacent to Narita Airport, we house beds dedicated to patients with designated infectious diseases. These beds are installed in only four medical institutions in Japan, and as one such institution, our hospital is a part of the system built to immediately respond to the threat of infectious diseases from overseas.
Our goal is to support our patients and their families by providing them with attentive medical care as we walk with them on their path to recovery. Guided by this principle, we are developing our human resources with an emphasis on improving the skills of our staff members. We have now introduced Key Goal Indicators (KGI) and Key Performance Indicators (KPI), a type of performance evaluation method, to establish a system that allows each staff member to perform their duties based on their own independent thinking.
Our entire staff will continue to do our best to provide safer and more advanced medical care to the citizens of the region while remaining committed to our basic philosophy of “warm medical care.”
90-1, Iida-cho, Narita-shi, Chiba 286-8523, JAPAN
Within the opening hours, telephone operator can connect to an English speaking staff.
Reception hours for first visit Monday-Friday 8:30am-11:00am
Closing days Saturdays, Sundays and holidays (including Year-end and New Year from December 29th to January 3rd and the hospital's anniversary of foundation: May 1st)