In the fall of 2023, Fujita Health University will open the "Fujita Health University Tokyo Advanced Medical Research Center" in the large-scale complex "Haneda Innovation City" in Ota Ward, Tokyo, adjacent to Tokyo's Haneda Airport.We will work on regenerative medicine, fertility treatment, precision medical examinations, etc., and make a full-scale entry into medical tourism from Southeast Asia and China.
According to Fujita Health University, the advanced medical research center occupies a total of about 1 square meters from the first basement floor to the fourth floor above ground in Haneda Innovation City Zone A.Of these, the 4th floor will be the industry-academia collaboration laboratory and cell culture facility with medical-related companies, and the rest will be the Fujita Health University Haneda Clinic.We plan to start with a team of 9,000 people, including doctors, nurses and engineers.
Based on the three pillars of advanced medical care, precision health checkups, and active longevity, the company is engaged in advanced medical care centered on free medical care, such as regenerative medicine, cancer genome therapy, fertility treatment, cutting-edge rehabilitation, and precision health checkups.Equipped with interpreters that can handle multiple languages such as English and Chinese, it also supports medical tourism from overseas.
Before the pandemic, Fujita Health University accepted approximately 800 patients from overseas each year at a hospital in Aichi Prefecture. Later, the number of patients from overseas is expected to increase to around 3 per year.
Kiyotaka Hoshinaga, chairman of Fujita Gakuen, which operates Fujita Health University, said at a press conference, "We want to make it a medical facility that takes on the challenge of next-generation medicine."