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Hospital & Facilities

Hospital Profile

Promoting Our Patient's Happiness and Pleasure

Nagoya City University Hospital ("University Hospital") has its origin in the Nagoya Municipal Hospital established in 1931. Having gone through various transitions, the University Hospital developed into its present entity in 1950.
The University Hospital was nominated as an advanced treatment hospital in July 1995. It is an education and research institution of NCU that contributes to the development of medical treatment in metropolitan Nagoya by providing a high degree of advanced medical treatment.

In May 2012, the University Hospital opened a new ward named Kidani Memorial Cancer Center (on the east of the Outpatient Care Ward) in order to provide multidisciplinary treatment using both high-degree diagnosis and leading-edge treatment together to cancer patients, whose numbers continue to increase.

Furthermore, in April 2017, the University Hospital established an additional three operating rooms, including a hybrid operating room, for the purpose of functional enhancement as an advanced acute hospital.

As of April 1, 2017, the University Hospital has 808 authorized sickbeds, 31 diagnosis and clinical sections, and central departments, plus the Pharmacy Department, the Nursing Department and the Administration Office. Under the excellent medical treatment provision system, the University Hospital is providing medical treatment to a large number of patients.


As a core medical institution in metropolitan Nagoya, this hospital provides advanced, safe and open medical service and nurtures high-quality medical personnel.

Basic Policy

  • Provide highly-advanced, medical treatment befitting a university hospital.

  • Further computerization, and provide safe, open medical care.

  • Enhance medical education, and prepare highly ethical and responsible medical personnel.

  • As a core medical institution in metropolitan Nagoya, promote the health and welfare of the community.