@Tokyo Metropolitan Childrenfs Medical Center
@2-8-29, Musashidai, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183-8561
@042- 300-5111
@March, 2010
yNumber of beds (Authorized)z
@561 (347 regular beds, 202 psychiatric beds, 12 tuberculosis)
yNumber of beds (Budget)z
@549 (337 regular beds, 200 psychiatric beds, 12 tuberculosis)

Areas of focus

  • Pediatric tuberculosis treatment
  • Intractable disease care for children
  • Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
  • Pediatric dentistry for the disabled
  • Adolescent care
  • Transitioning to adult care
  • Developmental disabilities treatment



Mar. 2010
Kiyose Childrenfs Hospital, Hachioji Childrenfs Hospital, UmegaokaHospital, and Fuchu Hospital Department of Pediatrics merge tobecome the Tokyo Metropolitan Childrenfs Medical Center
A total of 561 beds designated under the Medical Care Act (347 @@@@@@@ @beds in general wards, 202 beds in psychiatric wards, and 12 beds in @@@@@@tuberculosis wards)
Opens general wards (Sora-2, -3, -5, and -6, and Mori-2, -3, and -5, NICU, GCU, PICU)
Opens psychiatric wards (Oka-1, -2, -3, -4, and -5)
Apr. 2010
Designated as a comprehensive perinatal medical center
Aug. 2010
Opens general ward Mori-4 (28 beds)
Sep. 2010
Designated as a Tokyo metropolitan pediatric emergency center
Open general ward Sora-1 (30 beds)
Oct. 2010
Opens psychiatric ward Mori-1 (30 beds) and Oka-6 (30 beds)
Closes psychiatric ward Oka-2 (30 beds)
Dec. 2010
Opens HCU
Feb. 2011
Designated as a comprehensive perinatal medical center for maternal survival (super comprehensive perinatal center)
Apr. 2011
Opens psychiatric ward Oka-2 (30 beds), begins operation of all beds with the start of use of all beds in the GCU
Feb. 2013
Designated as a core pediatric oncology hospital
Apr. 2013
Designated as an emergency admission hospital
Apr. 2013
Opens Clinical Research Support Center
Apr. 2014
Designated as a DPC hospital
Mar. 2015
Opens general ward (ER ward) Kaze-1 (10 beds)

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