History

May 1916
More than 450 students from the Japan Medical College resigned en masse and began working toward the establishment of a new school.
September 1916
Tokyo Medical Teaching Establishment was established within the campus of Tokyo Academy of Physics.
April 1918
Permission granted for the establishment of Tokyo Medical School (Chairman of the Board, Takuya TAKAHASHI; President of the School, Tatsujiro SATO).
May 1931
Opening of the Yodobashi Affiliated Clinic (later amalgamated with Hakusai Hospital and renamed Yodobashi Hospital).
May 1946
Establishment of Tokyo Medical College was authorized and Yodobashi Hospital was renamed Tokyo Medical College Hospital.
March 1949
Permission granted to establish a kyusei (old-style) university faculty.
October 1949
Establishment of Tokyo Medical College Kasumigaura Hospital in Ami-machi, Inashiki-gun, Ibaraki Prefecture.
January 1955
Permission for the establishment of a six-year medical university based on the new revised system.
April 1957
Establishment of a graduate school.
April 1964
Establishment of Tokyo Medical College affiliated nursing vocational school.
April 1975
Establishment of Tokyo Medical College affiliated nursing vocational school in Kasumigaura.
April 1976
Establishment of a six-year unified curriculum.
April 1978
Tokyo Medical College affiliated nursing vocational schools are given recognition as specialized schools of nursing and renamed Tokyo Medcial College School of Nursing, Tokyo Medical College Kasumigaura Nursing School.
April 1980
Establishment of Tokyo Medical College Hachioji Medical Center in Tate-machi, Hachioji-city, west Tokyo.
April 1986
Completion of the new Tokyo Medical College Hospital in Shinjuku.
April 1998
Tokyo Medical College was renamed as Tokyo Medical University.
April 2009
Renamed Tokyo Medical University Kasumigaura Hospital to Tokyo Medical University Ibaraki Medical Center.
January 2010
Establishment of Tokyo Medical University Institute of Medical Science.
April 2013
Establishment of Tokyo Medical University School of Nursing.
April 2013
Establishment of Tokyo Medical University Graduate School of Medicine Masters Program.
July 2013
Completion of Tokyo Medical University Education and Research Building.
February 2015
Establishment of in-house nursery and resident dormitory, the Ryokufukan, at Tokyo Medical University Hachioji Medical Center.

学祖高橋琢也先生寿像画像

Statue of Mr. Takuya TAKAHASHI Founder of Tokyo Medical University