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March 2004 The National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology opened.

 

Aichi National Sanatorium

December 1938 Aichi Sanatorium for Disabled Veterans was established.
December 1945 The institute was transferred to the Ministry of Health and Welfare, and renamed to Aichi National Sanatorium.
April 1953 A practical nursing school was established.

 

Obu-so National Sanatorium

June 1939 Aichi Prefectural Obu-so was established.
April 1943 The institute was transferred to the control of Medical Foundation of Japan.
April 1947 The institute was transferred to the control of the Ministry of Health and Welfare, and renamed to Obu-so National Sanatorium.
April 1952 A practical nursing school was established.

 

CHubu National Hospital

April 1966 Former Aichi National Sanatorium and former Obu-sou National Sanatorium were integrated into Chubu National Hospital.
April 1969 The Practical Nursing School was renamed to Chubu National Hospital College of Nursing, and the course was changed to a full time two-year course.
April 1975 The institute was renamed to Chubu National Hospital Nursing School.
July 1995 National Institute for Longevity Sciences was established.
March 1998 Chubu National Hospital Nursing School closed.
June 1998 The severely disabled ward closed.
July 1998 Comprehensive Geriatric Unit was established.
September 2001 The tuberculosis ward closed.
November 2001 The pediatric ward closed.
February 2004 Chubu National Hospital closed.

 

NCGG

  • National Hospital for Geriatric Medicine, NCGG
  • Research Institute, NCGG
  • Center for Development of Advanced Medicine for Dementia
  • Center for Gerontology and Social Science

National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology

7-430 Morioka-cho, Obu City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan