Allow me to talk about something that may not apply to everyone. Aside from regular examinations, most people visit a medical institution when they feel sick, and from this perspective obstetrics can be side to be a unique field. If there is no illness, we want the mothers staying in our facilities to spend an enjoyable and relaxing time there. However, there are emergency situations in pregnancy and delivery, and many of them occur at any time of the day or night. At those critical moments, if our clinics cannot deal with those situations, how delicious our meals are is meaningless. Our doctors and midwives continue to build on their experiences and knowledge, cultivating both teamwork, and the ability to take rapid individual action when necessary, so that our mothers can face childbirth with peace of mind. Helping families grow is a great joy to obstetric staff, and we wouldn't have anything other than both mother and baby being happy and healthy.
Pregnancy and childbirth are accompanied by various risks, and there is always the possibility of sudden changes in the mother or child. In order to appropriately respond to this kind of situation, we have assembled a system where our medical care staff, starting with multiple doctors, are always fully deployed. Also, through regular training in a variety of programs, and with importance placed on teamwork by our entire medical care staff, we work to be ever able to provide safe and appropriate care.
For pregnancy, childbirth, and childraising with peace of mind, it is necessary to have safe and stable obstetric/gynecological, perinatal, and pediatric care. However, in recent years care provision in this field has become unstable. We aspire to safe and stable care in this field, with peace of mind, through standardized team care, in a specialized, cross-sectional organization. We have only just begun this endeavor, but in order to provide support for everyone's happiness, we will resolutely continue facing this challenge.
There is a phrase, "to be blessed with a treasure of children." I think long ago the sense of "treasure" was very strong. Even today, of course, children are a family's treasure, as we enter an era of unprecedented declining birthrate, it would not be overstatement to say that children are now society's treasure.
At Kishokai, we strive to provide perinatal care so that as many families as possible can experience the joy of being blessed by this "treasure." Childbirth is one goal, but for the child birth is the important start of life. In the field of pediatrics, we put our efforts into neonatal care and infant examinations, so that we can provide even more support for health development, and the child can make a good start. To accomplish this, we will take the lead in specialized outpatient services such as vaccinations, developmental disorders, bed-wetting, short stature, and cardiology, so that we can see the diamonds in the rough, latent with infinite potential, become sparkling jewels.
Pregnancy, childbirth, and child care are huge events in people's lives, and while they bring great joy, it is also true that they contain many risks. We, the entire staff at Bell Network, are ready and willing to work night and day for the smiling faces of everyone in the community. While the number of medical facilities handling childbirth is decreasingly sharply all over the country, our mission is to protect the integrity of perinatal care in the communities through close cooperation with higher level facilities, and we will continue to do our best.
Pregnancy, childbirth, child care.
Sure a tremendous event in the life of the mother, and her family. While seemingly commonplace, nurturing a new life is an extremely difficult, truly wonderful thing. Improvements in medical care are being made every day. From doctors, to midwives and nurses, to administrative staff, all of us at Kishokai are engaging in team medical care, so that we can at all times provide standard, appropriate care, and be even a little bit of aid in the life events of those who visit our clinics.