Notice from the Hospital
History of Okayama University Hospital
History of Okayama University Hospital
|April 1870 (Meiji 3) June||Okayama Domain Igakukan was established (in Kadota, Okayama City).
A main hospital was opened in Okayama Domain Igakukan (in Kadota, Okayama City).
|July 1871 (Meiji 4)||An infirmary was established attached to Okayama Domain Igakukan (in Nakano-cho, Okayama City).|
|January 1872 (Meiji 5)July||Okayama Domain Igakukan changed its name to Igakusho.
The main hospital and the infirmary of Okayama Domain Igakukan were merged and relocated; Igakusho (Medical School) was attached (in Nakano-cho, Okayama City).
|November 1873 (Meiji 6)||Okayama Prefectural Hospital was established.|
|September 1880 (Meiji 13)||Igakusho (Medical School) was renamed Okayama Prefectural Medical School; it became independent from the Hospital.|
|April 1888 (Meiji 21)/th>||Okayama Prefectural Medical School was dissolved; The Third Higher Middle School Medical Faculty was established.|
|July 1891 (Meiji 24)/th>||Okayama Prefectural Hospital was relocated to the premises of the Third Higher Middle School Medical Faculty (in Uchisange, Okayama City).|
|September 1894 (Meiji 27)||The Third Higher Middle School Medical Faculty was renamed The Third Senior High School Medical Faculty.|
|April 1901 (Meiji 34)||The Medical Faculty was separated from The Third Senior High School and became independent as Okayama Medical Speciality School.|
|March 1921 (Taisho 10)||Okayama Prefectural Hospital was newly constructed at the present location; completion of the building construction was celebrated (in Shikata Mura: present-day Shikata-cho, Okayama City).|
|April||Okayama Prefectural Hospital was transferred to the Ministry of Education. It became Okayama Medical Speciality School Affiliated Hospital and started providing treatment at the new hospital.|
|April 1922 (Taisho 11)||Okayama Medical College was established.
Okayama Medical Speciality School Affiliated Hospital was renamed the Okayama Medical College Affiliated Hospital.
|May 1939 (Showa 14)||Okayama Medical College Temporary Affiliated Medical Speciality was established.|
|July||Okayama Medical College Misasa Spa Sanatorium was established.|
|November 1943 (Showa 18)||The Okayama Medical College Misasa Spa Sanatorium was renamed the Okayama Medical College Radium Research Institute.|
|May 1949 (Showa 24)||Okayama Medical College was included in Okayama University. Okayama University Medical School, Okayama University Hospital, Misasa Branch Hospital, Honjima Branch Hospital, and Konko Branch Hospital were .established.|
|April 1957 (Showa 32)||Konko Branch Hospital was dissolved|
|March 1960 (Showa 35)||Okayama Medical College was dissolved|
|September 1963 (Showa 38)||The Emperor Meiji and Empress made a royal visit to the hospital (three royal visits followed afterward).|
|April 1965 (Showa 40)||Medical School Affiliated Hospital Misasa Branch Hospital was established.|
|October 1979 (Showa 54)||Dental School was established|
|April 1982 (Showa 57)||The University Hospital of Dentistry was established.|
|March 2000 (Heisei 12)||Honjima Branch Hospital was abolished|
|October 2003 (Heisei 15)||University Hospital of Medicine and University Hospital of Dentistry was Integrated and University Hospital of Medicine and Dentistry was established.|
|April 2004 (Heisei 16)||Okayama University was transformed into Okayama University, National University Corporation.|
|January 2007 (Heisei 19)||Hospital name approved according to the Medical Treatment Act was changed to the Okayama University Hospital and the Okayama University Hospital Misasa Medical Center.|
|April 2009 (Heisei 21)||Hospital name of organization(Okayama University)was change to the Okayama University Hospital and the Okayama University Hospital Misasa Medical Center.|
|March 2016(Heisei28)||Okayama University Hospital Misasa Medical Center was abolished.|
|March 2017(Heisei 29)||Okayama University Hospital was accredited as a Core Clinical Research Hospital under the Medical Care Act.|
|February 2018(Heisei 30)||Okayama University Hospital was accredited as a Cancer Genome Medicine Core Hospital|