I’rom Pharma Of Japan Rides On Booming Mall Clinic Business
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japanese major infusion drug maker Tokyo-based I'rom Pharmaceutical has opened mall clinics in Tokyo and Kyoto. A mall clinic is a healthcare facility conveniently located in shopping centers, where shoppers can get treatments ranging from dental care to comprehensive medical checkups. I'rom Medic exec. Tetsu Minami, said mall clinics have allowed physicians with certain specialties to provide high-level care and to focus on local area residents. They also allow for information exchange with hospital care workers, resulting in an improvement in healthcare. I'rom mall clinics vary on services offered, ranging from dental, ophthalmology, internal medicine, surgery, orthopedics, dermatology to medical examination centers. (Click here for more - Japanese language
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