For our October Luncheon Seminar, we welcome a pioneer in the field of elderly care – Dr. Nobuo Otsuka. Dr. Otsuka set out to build a specialty elderly care hospital that adult children could trust their parents with – and in 1980, he founded the Oume Keiyu Hospital. With its sister facility, Yomiuri Land Keiyu Hospital, Oume Keiyu has helped more than 13,000 to enjoy the most of their latter years, with many more still on its waitlist.
In the 1970s, when Dr. Otsuka started on his quest to establish a specialty elderly care hospital, Japan’s society had already started to age. In this critical time for Japan, Dr. Otsuka’s unique mindset and principles transformed how we think about treating and giving care to elderly persons, rattling the foundations of the medical and nursing industries even in today’s rapidly-aging society.
During his lecture, Dr. Otsuka will touch on the state of elderly care, a field he has shaped to be more intimate and human for more than thirty years. He will also deliver important points each of us should consider on how to make our golden years truly golden.
Fee: ¥7,000 per person (Lunch, seminar)
* Drinks not included.
* Cash payment required.
* Meal service after the seminar will not be provided.
* The event will be in Japanese ONLY.
* Families of Club Members are welcome to attend this event.
For reservations and inquiries call 03-6406-6010 (Dining Reservations 9:30-21:00)