Tokyo Metropolitan Children’s Medical Center
2-8-29, Musashidai, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo 183-8561
042- 300-5111
March, 2010
Number of beds (Authorized)
561 (347 regular beds, 202 psychiatric beds, 12 tuberculosis)
Number of beds (Budget)
549 (337 regular beds, 200 psychiatric beds, 12 tuberculosis)

Areas of focus

  • Pediatric tuberculosis treatment
  • Intractable disease care for children
  • Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
  • Pediatric dentistry for the disabled
  • Adolescent care
  • Transitioning to adult care
  • Developmental disabilities treatment


Mar. 2010
Kiyose Children’s Hospital, Hachioji Children’s Hospital, UmegaokaHospital, and Fuchu
Hospital Department of Pediatrics merge tobecome the Tokyo Metropolitan Children’s
Medical Center
A total of 561 beds designated under the Medical Care Act (347 beds in general wards,
202 beds in psychiatric wards, and 12 beds in tuberculosis wards)
Opens general wards (Sora-2, -3, -5, and -6, and Mori-2, -3, and -5, NICU, GCU, PICU)
Opens psychiatric wards (Oka-1, -2, -3, -4, and -5)
Apr. 2010
Designated as a comprehensive perinatal medical center
Aug. 2010
Opens general ward Mori-4 (28 beds)
Sep. 2010
Designated as a Tokyo metropolitan pediatric emergency center
Open general ward Sora-1 (30 beds)
Oct. 2010
Opens psychiatric ward Mori-1 (30 beds) and Oka-6 (30 beds)
Closes psychiatric ward Oka-2 (30 beds)
Dec. 2010
Opens HCU
Feb. 2011
Designated as a comprehensive perinatal medical center for maternal survival
(super comprehensive perinatal center)
Apr. 2011
Opens psychiatric ward Oka-2 (30 beds), begins operation of all beds with the start of
use of all beds in the GCU
Feb. 2013
Designated as a core pediatric oncology hospital
Apr. 2013
Designated as an emergency admission hospital
Apr. 2013
Opens Clinical Research Support Center
Apr. 2014
Designated as a DPC hospital
Mar. 2015
Opens general ward (ER ward) Kaze-1 (10 beds)
Nov. 2015
Designated as an IRUD-P medical center(clinical center) in west Tokyo
Sep. 2016
Certified as "the Special or Specified Medical Institution for treatment fees partially
covered and uncovered by insurance" in the Tokyo National Strategic Special Zones
Apr. 2018
Closes HCU and
Received the certificate of accreditation for its hospital functions by the Japan Council
for Quality Health Care
(3rdG:Ver1.1 Main function:Hospital Type 2 Sub-function:Psychiatric Hospital)
Opens Department of Immunology
Received the Japan Medical Service Accreditation for International Patients (JMIP)
of the Japan Medical Education Foundation (Ver2.0)
Facility dog adopted
Designated as a Cancer Genome Medical Cooperation Hospital
Opens Department of Pathology