Greeting from Director
Toshiya Muramatsu

In 2006, we launched the program called Train Medical Trainers of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Institute.
The purpose of this program is to teach techniques if PCI, the mainstreams of treatment for modern heart and blood vessel disease, to the doctors of PCI developing countries. The PCI procedures have been already spread and taught by Japanese doctors in Asian Counties. However, many of these were temporary actions and its technical training elements to local doctors were not sufficient enough. On the other hand, Japan has been helping Asian countries with many cutting-edge medical devices. Those cutting-edge medical devices are useless possessions if local doctors cannot make use of them. This program aims at continuous training that focus on the development of local doctors by Japanese PCI doctors with world-class techniques. We invite cardiovascular internal medicine specialists in PCI developing countries to Japan offer them comprehensive PCI training, including lectures and training with actual practice. We also send Japanese doctors to the facility of the doctor who wished to take our training and provide technical training at their facility. Since we launched this program in 2006, we have invited 5 to 6 young cardiovascular internal medicine specialists from Asian countries every year and provided training at our hospital. While the training was offered in a short period of a week, the doctors who participated in the training learned much of the cutting-edge technique before returning home, and we are now considering to plan a similar program again this year.

We planned this program in the hope of making some kind of contribution so that in near future, medical services of the same level can be provided everywhere in the world. We sincerely hope that this program will allow as many doctors as possible to master the technique of percutaneous Cardiovascular intervention so that there will be more countries where people can receive the same PCI treatment as people in Japan.

Toshiya Muramatsu
Administrative Director
Train Medical Trainers of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Institute
Chief Director of Cardiovascular Intervention and Therapeutics center/ Deputy Director of Tokyo General Hospital

Organization
Organization Non-Profit Organization
Train Medical Trainers of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Institute
Projects Training Course: 4-7days training course for young interventionists
Detachment for Japanese young interventionist
Administrative
Director
Toshiya Muramatsu,M.D.
Chief Director of Cardiovascular Intervention and Therapeutics center/ Deputy Director of Tokyo General Hospital
Location 3-15-2 Egota, Nakano-ku,Tokyo​ ​165-0022,​ ​Japan
Tel +81-3-3387-5421
Fax +81-3-3387-5659
Since June 6, 2006
Partnership Asan Medical Center(Korea)
National University Heart Center (Singapore)
Fu-Wai Hospital (China)
Heart Institute – InCor  University of Sao Paulo Medical School (Brazil)
Reports Financial Reports
History
2016.11 TMT16 Winter Program
2015.09 2nd Terumo×TMT Autumn Course
2015.03 5th Crossroads×TMT Spring Course
2014.11 TMT14 Winter Program
2014.10 Dispatch for Fu-Wai Hospital in Beijin, China
2014.09 1st Terumo × TMT Autumn Course
2014.06 Dispatch for National University Hospital, Singapore
2014.03 4th Crossroads×TMT Spring Course
2013.11 TMT13 Winter Program
2013.10 Dispatch for Fu-Wai Hospital in Beijin, China
2013.05 Dispatch for National University Hospital, Singapore
2013.04 3rd Crossroads×TMT Spring Course
2012.04 TMT12 Winter Program
2012.06 Dispatch for National University Hospital, Singapore
2012.05 2nd Crossroads×TMT Spring Course
2011.11 TMT11 Winter Program
2011.10 Dispatch for Fu-Wai Hospital in Beijin, China
2011.03 1st Crossroads×TMT Spring Course
2010.11 TMT10 Winter Program
2010.10 Dispatch for Fu-Wai Hospital in Beijin, China
2010.05 Dispatch for National University Hospital, Singapore
2009.11 TMT09 Winter Program
2008.11 TMT08 Winter Program
2008.06 Certified as Non-Profit Organization by District Legal Affairs Bureau
2007.11 TMT07 Winter Program
2006.11 TMT06 Winter Program
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