Tokyo, the world’s largest metropolis, features many hospitals that provide worldclass medical services. Located in central Tokyo, Keio University Hospital is one of the biggest and best-known general hospitals in whole Japan. Its roots go back to 1920, when it was spun off from the legendary Keio University.

The spirit of Yukichi Fukuzawa, founder of the University back in 1858, is still very much alive at Keio University Hospital: the hospital constantly strives for progress. It therefore installed a top-notch, new PACS system by GE Healthcare and no fewer than 118 Barco Coronis Fusion and MDRC clinical review displays to view the images. The doctors using the Barco equipment unanimously agree: if more systems would be needed, they’d definitely go for more Barco.