Many countries in the world are short of medical equipment.
By recycling medical equipment disposed of in Japan, Fair Medical is friendly to the natural environment and aims to contribute to medical care in developing countries.
I came to Japan for the first time in 2001.
While I was studying Japanese at the beginning, I worked at an English conversation school. At that time, I was amazed at the height of Japanese technology and services, all the things I saw were shocking, but at the same time, I received the impression that Japan is full of things.
In developing countries around the world, lots of supplies are scarce.
The most serious of them is medical equipment.
thought about reality through my family working as a doctor and thought of what I could do, I thought of recycling used medical equipment in Japan and recycling it to developing countries.
Now we are
selling cheap medical devices we received from Pakistan, to many countries including India, Cambodia, Egypt, South Africa and so on.
With the support of the people around us, we established HMC Harrypool Medical Center in Pakistan in 2009.
All the medical devices used there are second hand goods obtained from medical institutions in Japan.
Before opening a hospital, a baby born in premature babies has seen a lot of sad reality that they will die without being saved because there is no incubator, but now there are 10 incubators in the hospital Therefore, the number of lives saved is increased.
In Japan, medical instruments that can still be used are often disposed of as industrial waste.
I hope to lose even a bit of medical disparity by exporting and selling such medical equipment to developing countries. I strongly wish to change the reality that it is impossible to examine and treat due to the lack of necessary medical equipment even there is a doctor, and I strongly wish to change the reality which is impossible to examine or treat,
I am pleased to be able to keep using it carefully.
I will continue to increase sales countries and act as a big bridge between Japanese medical institutions and developing countries.
Thank you very much for your cooperation in Japan.