Tokyo hospital for sale, will dispatch its doctors to Fukushima to treat workers at Daichi and DAINI — Tokyo hospital owned by… Tepco

Published: October 1st, 2012 at 10:58 pm ET
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Title: Sellout of Tokyo Denryoku Hospital
Source: TEPCO Press Release
Date: Oct 1, 2012

We have determined to sell out Tokyo Denryoku Hospital as a part of our unprecedented management streamlining.

In principle, the hospital will be placed on competitive bid by the end of FY 2012 and sold in 2013 or later.

Though the ownership of the hospital was once sustained in our comprehensive special business plan considering that the doctors and nurses are being dispatched to J-Village, etc. to provide medical services to workers at Fukushima Daiichi and Daini Nuclear Power Stations, the hospital has been determined to be sold in consideration of the current severe management circumstances.

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Departments: Internal medicine, neurology, surgery, orthopedic surgery, dermatology, urology, gynecology, ophthalmology and otorhinolaryngology (9 departments)
Number of beds: 113

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Yomiuri, June 28, 2012: [Tokyo Vice Gov. Naoki Inose of the Tokyo metropolitan government, now TEPCO's largest  shareholder] demanded the sale of Tokyo Denryoku Byoin, a hospital in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, that TEPCO workers use.

Published: October 1st, 2012 at 10:58 pm ET
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12 comments to Tokyo hospital for sale, will dispatch its doctors to Fukushima to treat workers at Daichi and DAINI — Tokyo hospital owned by… Tepco

  • kalidances

    Trying to get rid of the evidence.


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  • richard richard

    Of course, now it becomes clearer why we have heard little news from hospitals, the criminals own them. sheesh.

    like i say, we are up against the mob.media.corp.guv

    what to do? they're very big in assets and power, very small in weiner and ethics. how are we going to stop them from committing ecocide against our common life support system – Earth?


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    • many moons

      Richard you are so right…they got the organization, money, weapons,power,….we've got the numbers…but they are still listening to the organized crime…and thinking they are on the same side….what to do?


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    • hbjon hbjon

      No surprise here. They own the media as well. How is it that such a huge conflict of interest can manifest itself in the free world? Answer: There are no honest court systems anymore. The judges and politicians are either crooks, or the wives of crooks. Who owns the cemetary?


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  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    The real question is; what will they do to HELP people?

    Or is this just a transfer of the special forces dispatched to the front, to make sure the truth does not come out into the light, and to keep people from discovering that they are FUKU'd.


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  • AGreenRoad AGreenRoad

    We are all downwinders, globally….

    Downwinders And Nuclear Bomb Testing; via A Green Road http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/04/downwinders-and-nuclear-bomb-testing.html

    Atomic Bomb Testing Veterans; via A Green Road
    http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/04/atomic-bomb-testing-veterans.html


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    Wow this corruption goes into every depth. They are all genius's, they planned this carefully with precision, they are unified sticking together, and they are organized.

    Can you imagine the force they could have had, if they would have been on the side of protecting the public and the environment instead of being Keshagesh (greedy guts)?

    They could have had the public behind them with respect, and our world would not be contaminated.

    They all know these plants are dangerous, where they built them is not safe, they cut corners, and their friends turn the other way.
    All of this for profit, power, and ego.
    In the end what do they really get?

    Sorry don't trust them..I agree with kalidances post and I would say they are trying to get rid of the evidence.

    Hopefully the Doctors will be able to give the care that is needed there.

    Wonder who's going to care for the down-winders?


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    • Maggie123

      WindorSolarPlease: "Can you imagine the force they could have had, if they would have been on the side of protecting the public and the environment instead of being Keshagesh (greedy guts)?" That is the question of the century!! No, No Keshagesh – you can't do that no more!! (There *is* something to be said for veils being pulled back … I'm not sure where all this is leading but it's certainly increasingly difficult for these shysters to keep all their secrets!)


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      • WindorSolarPlease

        I keep hoping it's not to late Maggie123, but when I look at what we know (which isn't much) I don't see how this can change for the better.
        Our environment is getting worse, the people and animals are suffering.

        Not sure why they thought they could abuse this earth without any repercussions?

        The weird thing is, they are still abusing it, and they don't care. Maybe they think, if they don't admit it, then it must not be true.


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        • Maggie123

          WSP: "I keep hoping it's not to late …, but … I don't see how this can change for the better." describes my 24/7 state of mind. I was at least semi-prepared for "the age of ambiguity" but not at *this* depth! Harvesting last of (green) tomatoes today to ripen in house. One foot in front of the other, I keep an eye/ear out for action I can support even if I can't directly participate.

          Sent all my Washington reps + WH firm notes for several years explaining critical need for pro-earth/life, and anti-war policies. Last I told them (a few months back) was that the criteria to earn my vote was "demonstrate strong support in word/action, publicly noticeable, for earth/life care policies". Only one has 'sort of' shown clear signs, yet that one behaves as if there are some 40+ years to work all the problems out.

          "The weird thing is, they are still abusing (earth, environment), …" Yep – to me that's totally weird!

          The reach of hypnosis that allows for high-consumption, earth/life be damned, expansionist economics, is far-ranging and deep! Much complicated by 40 yrs or so "Ayn Randian" philosophies even tho this is thought 'new'. The *mentality* has been in place a long, long time, maybe 1000 yrs, more if we factor in closed-tribe thinking, etc.

          Sadly the profound ignorant global 'cult' isn't exclusively "American" or even restricted to 'leaders' or it would have faded long ago!

          Hello garden! :)


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  • Sickputer

    Newly laid off hospital workers get marching orders to the WWWIII front lines at Fukushima.

    Wonder how many will go AWOL?

    Digging ditches in Okinawa looking like a good career change.


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  • Maggie123

    SP: My thoughts also! Where is "J-Village" relative to contamination? I can't imagine a plan to take health workers into the killing-zone instead of bringing the people out!!


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