Nishinomiya Medical Association

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Chairman:
Hideaki Kikuchi
Address:
8-3, Somedono-cho, Nishinomiya-shi,
Hyogo-ken, 662-0913 Japan
TEL:
0798-26-0662 (switchboard)
FAX:
0798-26-0664
e-mail:
inter@nishinomiya.hyogo.med.or.jp
Membership:
725
Number of hospitals:
22

Information on Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan

Population: 482,179 (as of September 1, 2010)

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Nishinomiya, the City for "Living, Culture and Education" lies nestled between Osaka and Kobe in the southeastern section of Hyogo Prefecture. In addition to its cultural and educational facilities, Nishinomiya is surrounded by the natural splendor of the Rokko Mountain range to the north and beautiful Osaka Bay to the south.
Nishinomiya's rich heritage is revealed in the historical landmarks dotting the reigion and in mention of the area in historical records dating back more than 1,000 years. Also, as part of the Hanshin industrial area, Nishinomiya is famous for its food processing industry, particulary sake production. Finally, its locale makes the city a convenient hub for various transport services. Despite extensive damage wrought by The Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake of January 1995,the people of Nishinomiya have made incredible progress in both restoration and further development.

Sister Cities and Friendly Cities Abroad

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●Spokane,Washington(USA)
●Londrina,Parana(Brazil)
●Shaoxing,Zhejiang(China)
●Lot-et-Garonne Province and Agen,Aquitaine Province(France)

Establishment of Nishinomiya Health Promotion Center

Planning of the Nishinomiya Health Promotion Center began when the Nishinomiya Municipal Government asked the Nishinomiya Medical Association for assistance in the former's plan to construct a facility for the medical examination of the handicapped. According to the plan, this facility was to be located at a site adjacent to the General Welfare Center. Eventually, the Association established the Nishinomiya Health Promotion Center, which began operating in February 1986. The secretariat for the Association, as well as the offices of the Health Management Section of the Nishinomiya Municipal Government (responsible for affairs related to health and medical care) is located on the first floor of the Center. This floor plan enables the Association and Municipal Government to perform their businesses in close cooperation. Located on the second floor are the Large Training Room, Vaccination and Examination Room, Health Guidance Room, and other rooms with equipment for health-related business. Clinics of the Association are located on the third and fourth floors, and the Association’s Clinical Examination Department in the basement. The Center is thus designed as base for activities of the Association.

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Nishinomiya Emergency Clinic

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Address:
13-3, Ikeda-cho, Nishinomiya-shi, 662-0911 Japan
TEL:
0798-32-0021
Departments:
Internal and pediatric departments
Hours:
Weekday 20:30 - 23:15
Saturday 14:00 - 17:45, 20:30 - 23:15
Sunday, public holidays, year-end and New Year holidays (Dec. 29 - Jan. 3) 9:00 - 13:45, 17:00 - 23:15

Nurses'Training School of Nishinomiya Medical Association

Data

  • Address: 13-2, Ikeda-cho, Nishinomiya-shi, 662-0911 Japan
  • TEL: 0798-26-0661 / FAX: 0798-26-4657
  • Principal: Kouichi Inoue
  • Courses: Nursing Course (3-year daytime course)
  • Regular number of students
    Nursing Course: 80 (per grade)/240 (total)

Objective

The objective of the Nurses’ School is to provide students with the knowledge and skills of nursing, with the goal of developing students into nurses and assistant nurses with basic skills for regional health promotion and medical treatment. In doing so, the School also develops the moral characters of students.

Curriculum Features

The curriculum of the Nurses’ School is so designed as to develop the moral characters of students, enhance their understanding of the characteristics of the Nishinomiya area, and train them as nurses or assistant nurses who can =provide medical care suited to changing local circumstances. The curriculum emphasizes extracurricular activities aimed at developing students'moral and social characters, including visits to medical facilities, special lectures, and educational camping.

Exchange of Medical Care-related Information with Doctors Throughout the World

For the attention of medical doctors all over the world.
If you have any questions concerning any aspect of the medical field in Japan,then please feel free to send them to the following e-mail address
inter@nishinomiya.hyogo.med.or.jp

We will be delighted to answer them.