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TOKYO DENTAL COLLEGE

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HOSPITALS

HOSPITALS

Suidobashi Hospital

Suidobashi Hospital

Suidobashi Hospital serves the downtown Tokyo area as a dental college hospital backed by years of tradition and the latest medical equipment.
With 20 beds and 74 dental units, Suidobashi Hospital currently treats an average of 500 patients per day. The hospital has a staff of 80 dental and medical professionals, providing comprehensive, specialized care through close partnership across nine dental departments and two medical departments (ophthalmology and internal medicine). To meet the varied needs of patients who come to the hospital from all over Japan, the hospital has established a dedicated dental clinic for out-of-town patients. Suidobashi Hospital has been designated a hospital of highest excellence by the Dentists' Clinical Training Facility and the Tokyo Metropolitan Clinical Education Board.

Ichikawa General Hospital

Ichikawa General Hospital

Since its establishment in 1946 to enhance the general medical education of dental students, Ichikawa General Hospital has steadily expanded its list of services.
Today this 570-bed general hospital boasts 20 medical departments: dentistry, dental and oral surgery, internal medicine, rehabilitation, gastroenterology,
cardiology, pediatrics, surgery, orthopaedics, neurosurgery, dermatology, cardiovascular surgery, psychiatry, neurology, urology, gynecology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, radiology and anesthesiology.
A team of specialist instructors provides dental students with expert medical clinical education, and others further dental clinical training to dentists after graduation. In 2006, the Oral Cancer Center was opened as a specialist wing.

Chiba Hospital

Chiba Hospital

This spacious, six-story leading-edge medical care facility was established in 1981. Furnished with 210 dental units and 40 beds, Chiba Hospital sees 860 patients and admits 30 in-patients on an average day.
On hand to treat these patients are 120 instructors, as well as dentists, dental trainees, graduate students and others.   Hospital is also a secondary and tertiary medical facility for Chiba. The hospital was first designated as a "specially approved medical facility" for the dental college. Since that time, the hospital has steadily contributed to the development of the dental profession and the quality of medical care in the region, providing sophisticated, high-quality care. These community services include medical care, social services and training for the disabled under the Livelihood Protection Law.