Dr. Sadayoshi Watanabe
Tokyo General Health and Welfare Center Egota-no-Mori


On April 1, 2007, Tokyo General Health and Welfare Center Egota-no-Mori was established as the largest complex in Japan under the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) project conducted by Nakano Ward of Tokyo and Southern TOHOKU Welfare Group. Our Welfare Group was established in 1997 with the mission of “everything is for users.” We have been engaged in medical care and welfare for the elderly and disabled (children), mainly in eastern Japan.


Our center provides seamless services for inpatient, outpatient, and home-visit service for the elderly and disabled. We also offer medical, educational, phycological, and social rehabilitation training to improve the independence, quality of life, and self-fulfillment of users. We respect users’ self-determination and choice and support them emotionally. Thus, our staff constantly make efforts to enhance their expertise and increase their knowledge.


Our center is situated within a walking distance of our group’s affiliated Tokyo General Hospital offering a wide range of medical services to the community residents. We continue actively introducing the latest nursing care facilities and human resources to strive for the elderly and disabled to live in a familiar community where everyone is accustomed to living.

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