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Facts
Board Chairman:Dr. Kazuo Watanabe Director:Dr. Sadayoshi Watanabe Daily maximal number of inpatients and resident clients:332 Daily maximal number of outpatients and non-resident clients:229 Number of staff:323

 

Tokyo General Health and Welfare Center Egota-no-Mori is the Japanese largest care and welfare center with 10 care and welfare facilities in a single building. It is adjacent to the group’s affiliated Tokyo General Hospital to provide home-visit rehabilitation and nursing care for the elderly, as well as community-based support for people with disabilities.

 

Three Different Types of Inpatient Facilities for Seniors
  • Care House (60-bed capacity): accommodating the elderly residents who are in good health.
  • Special Nursing Homes for the Elderly (120-bed capacity includes 20 beds for short stay): providing assisted medical or nursing care.
  • Long-term Care Health Facility (100-bed capacity): providing the elderly residents a stay of three months for the purpose of completing rehabilitation.

 

Six Different Types of Outpatient Facilities for Seniors
  • Outpatient Rehabilitation Center (95-client capacity): providing specialized therapy services.
  • Day Service Center (57-client capacity in main center and 47- client capacity in Egota-no-Mori Annex): providing assistance in daily activities, such as bathing, meals, and recreation.
  • Home-visit Rehabilitation Service, Home-visit Nursing Care, Home-based Long-term Care Support Office, and Helper Station (40 inpatient capacity and 30 outpatient capacity): there are 5 nurses, 10 rehabilitation workers, and 17 caregivers to provide individualized home health care.

 

Two Facilities for the Disabled with Severe Physical and Intellectual Disabilities

Services are available at Egota-no-Mori Annex within a 5-minute walking distance from the main center.

  • Day Service Center (47-client capacity in Egota-no-Mori Annex): focusing on preventive care.
  • Group Homes (8-client capacity, and one is for short stay): serving seniors with relatively minor physical and intellectual disabilities.

 

Tokyo General Health and Welfare Center Egota-no-Mori installs latest equipment to support staff and residents, such as power rehabilitation machine, ozone deodorizers in toilets and waste rooms, and cloud computing record system. We collaborate with local medical institutions to serve as a networking hub of health and welfare; moreover, we play a leading role for realization of welfare city in which everyone lives safely and comfortably.

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