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Keishokai Medical Corporation History

1888

Founder Katsutaro Suzuki opens the Akamon Suzuki Clinic, specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, in its current location.

1906

Clinic is reorganized as Akamon Suzuki Hospital.

1935

Osamu Suzuki (2nd-generation hospital director) opens an obstetrics and gynecology  hospital in Manchuria.

1946

Osamu Suzuki (2nd-generation hospital director) returns to Japan. Akamon Suzuki Clinic is reopened.

1953

Masaru Suzuki (3rd-generation hospital director) joins the hospital.

1971

Osamu Suzuki (2nd-generation hospital director) passes away. Masaru Suzuki becomes 3rd-generation hospital director.

1988

The hospital is rebuilt and newly opens as Akamon Orthopaedic Surgery & Internal Medicine. Masaru Suzuki serves as hospital director.

1995

  Hospital is reorganized as Keishokai Medical Corporation.

 Masaru Suzuki serves as founding president.

Tateyama's first-ever Nanohana Home-Visit Nursing Station launches.

Home-visit medical examinations start.

1997

 Jun Miyagawa (fourth-generation hospital director) becomes Akamon Orthopaedic  Surgery & Internal 

 Medicine hospital director.

 Long-Term Care Health Facility Akamon Nanohanakan opens.

 Koichi Tanaka becomes Akamon Nanohanakan facility director.

1998

Tateyama In-Home Long-Term Care Support Center Nanohana opens.

1999

"Home-Visit Long-Term Care Helper (Home Helper) Training Course Level 2" begins.

2000

Koichi Tanaka becomes Keishokai vice-president.

Home Help Service Nanohana launches.

 In-Home Long-Term Care Support launches.

2003

Jun Miyagawa becomes Keishokai Medical Corporation president.

2006

Tateyama Community General Support Center Nanohana opens.

Kanji Matsumoto becomes director of Long-Term Care Health Facility Akamon Nanohanakan.

2007

Koichi Tanaka becomes Keishokai Medical Corporation president.

On-site child daycare center opens.

2009

Akamon Nanohanakan Home-Visit Rehabilitation launches.

2013

Long-Term Care Health Facility Akamon Nanohanakan is renamed Long-Term Care  Health  Facility Nanohanakan Misaki.

Small-scale Long-Term Care Health Facility (Satellite Type) Nanohanakan Nagisa opens.

2014

Jun Miyagawa receives 42nd Yomiuri Award for Medical Dedication.

 

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