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JMSA is an organization based in New York, comprised of Japanese healthcare providers, students, and those from diverse backgrounds who support promoting health, science and research among the Japanese communities in the US and Japan.
Become a part of a network of Japanese medical professionals, share and learn the latest advances in medicine both in the US and in Japan.


JMSA helping to organize a benefit to raise money for the Japan Flood (8/4/2018) - Dear JMSA member and friend: On 8/23, JACC, or Japanese American Community Cares, a coalition of Japanese Community Groups in New York, will be hosting a joint benefit to raise funds for the Western Japan Flood. JMSA is one of the organizations that is involved. This is the first benefit organized by JACC which allows […]
Passing of Dr. Robert Newman (8/3/2018) - Dear JMSA Members and friends, We are very saddened to report passing of our honorary JMSA member, Dr. Robert G. Newman on 8/1.  As the CEO of Continuum Health, he established the Japanese Medical Practice in 1990, partnering with Tokyo Marine Insurance Company.  NY Times reported “Japanese Style Health Care for Patients Far from Home.” […]
JMSA Party in Pocantico (7/31/2018) - Members and friends of JMSA recently enjoyed a gathering at Pocantico Lake, hosted by Dr. Robert Yanagisawa and Mrs. Ikuyo Yanagisawa on July 28th, 2018. Great food, company, and views of the lake were enjoyed by all. We hope to see new members and friends at our Annual JMSA Summer Party at Shinbashi Restauraunt on August 25th, 2018! 
Join us at the JMSA Summer Party! (7/19/2018) - Date: Saturday, 8/25/18 Place: Shinbashi Restaurant in NYC 7 East 48th Street Time: 4pm to 7pm Bring your family and friends! We will have delicious food and drinks! Children are welcome to attend. We will have a child entertainer at the event. Come and meet and mingle with JMSA members and friends. Non members interested […]
JMSA organizes 7th International Outreach for 9/11 to 3/11 Survivor Exchange Program (6/26/2018) - Back Ground: Now more than six years after the 3.11 Great East Japan Earthquake, still 68,000 evacuees from disaster stricken areas (470,000 at its peak) continue to suffer the consequences of disaster (April 2018 report by Reconstruction Agency). In particular, children’s emotional wellbeing is concerning as they continue to be displaced away from their communities […]
Governor Uchibori hosts Fukushima Night in New York (6/16/2018) - Governor Uchibori of Fukushima hosted Fukushima Night in New York at One World Trade Center, Observatory (102F) on 5/31/2018. This marks his second visit to New York to express his sincere gratitude for the support that New York people have given to recovery of Fukushima. He expressed special appreciation for continued support to this date, […]