Department of Psychiatry

Department of Psychiatry provides evidence-based high levels of clinical diagnoses and treatment plans for patients with psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, epilepsy, sleep disorders, and dementia. Psychiatric rehabilitation and job assistance programs are provided at our day care center.
We have four hospital wards, consisting of 140 private rooms, which provide a variety of treatment programs such as a short-term admission program for acute psychoses, inspection admission programs for depression and epilepsy, a modified electroconvulsive therapy (m-ECT) program for intractable psychoses, emergency services for psychiatric patients having concurrent acute physical conditions, compensatory admissions ordered by the Governor of Tokyo, judicial psychiatric evaluation programs, and so on.
Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy (NIRS) is administered for depressed patients as an auxiliary differential diagnostic tool.
Approximately 1,100 patients are admitted to our psychiatric wards each year. The average length of hospital stay is less than 40 days.


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