List of hospitals in Japan

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There were 8,372 hospitals in Japan in October 2018. The largest number of hospitals were in Tokyo with 650 hospitals.[1]

Aichi[edit]


Others[edit]

Akita[edit]

Akita City Hospital

Aomori[edit]

Chiba[edit]

Chiba City[edit]

Others[edit]

Ehime[edit]

Fukui[edit]

Fukuoka[edit]

Fukushima[edit]

Soma General Hospital

Gifu[edit]

Gunma[edit]

Hiroshima[edit]

Hokkaidō[edit]

Hyōgo[edit]

Ibaraki[edit]

Ishikawa[edit]

Iwate[edit]

Kagawa[edit]

Kagoshima[edit]

Kanagawa[edit]

Kōchi[edit]

Kumamoto[edit]

Kyoto[edit]

Kyoto City[edit]

Others[edit]

Mie[edit]

Miyagi[edit]

Miyazaki[edit]

Nagano[edit]

Nagasaki[edit]

Nara[edit]

Niigata[edit]

Ōita[edit]

Okayama[edit]

Okinawa[edit]

Osaka[edit]

Osaka City[edit]

Others[edit]

Saga[edit]

Saitama[edit]

Shiga[edit]

Shimane[edit]

Shizuoka[edit]

Tochigi[edit]

Tokushima[edit]

Tokyo[edit]

Japanese Red Cross Medical Center in Tokyo

Tottori[edit]

Toyama[edit]

Wakayama[edit]

Yamagata[edit]

Yamaguchi[edit]

Yamanashi[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Number of Hospitals in Japan". Statista. Retrieved May 17, 2020.
  2. ^ "Health Hokkaido Website". Archived from the original on 2006-11-06., This site provides current health information, customizable bilingual forms for different medical settings: general medical, eye doctor, dental and women's health. In addition there are many medical articles specific to Japan and living well in Japan. There are now articles directly related to winter sports and associated injuries as well as what to do and where to go when you are hurt in Hokkaido.
  3. ^ "Weekly Newsletter- Mar 9, 2018". Adventist Medical Mission. Retrieved 2020-02-11.
  4. ^ Paseggi, Marcos (2018-05-18). "Mission from the "Unlucky" Fourth Floor". Adventist World. Retrieved 2020-02-11.