Board-certified ophthalmic specialist
(Japanese Ophthalmological Society)
2006 Graduated from University of Hawaii at Manoa
2012 Graduated from Yamaguchi University
Faculty of Medicine
2012 Yamaguchi University Hospital
2014 Nagoya City University Hospital
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science
2016 General Kamiiida Daiichi Hospital
Department of Ophthalmology
2017 Jyuzen Kinen Hospital Department of Ophthalmology
2019 Dai Nagoya Building Eye Clinic (Director)
2019 Moto Nakamura Eye Clinic (Director)
Japanese Ophthalmological Society
Japan Ophthalmologists Association
The Association for Research in Vision and
My name is Tetsuyuki Suetsugu. I am a director of
Moto Nakamura Eye Clinic.
I was raised in Hawaii and trained as an ophthalmologist at Nagoya City University Hospital. I will examine you as an
ophthalmic specialist, so please feel free to consult any
problems with your eyes in English.
I was the director of the Dai Nagoya Building Eye Clinic
(the building across Nagoya Station) before.
Now I moved three subway stations away from Nagoya Station to the 3rd floor of the
medical building south of Nakamura Nisseki (Japanese Red Cross Nagoya Daiichi Hospital).
There are internal medicine and urology clinic and a pharmacy in the same building.
Our concept is “Family Doctor of Your Eyes.”
There are many subfields, such as glaucoma and retina, in the field of ophthalmology.
Ophthalmic specialists have their areas of subspecialties, which they mainly engage
in treatment and diagnosis. However, as for a patient, it is difficult to decide which
ophthalmologist he or she should visit. Most patients need an expert’s advice to identify
which subspecialist they should consult.
As an ophthalmic specialist, I will examine all patients as a family doctor of eyes and
perform all treatments available at our clinic. If you need any special examinations or
surgeries, I will refer you to the most appropriate subspecialist to treat your eye diseases.
My favorite word is Aloha, the Hawaiian word for greeting. Each spelling has a meaning in Hawaiian words:
A …Akahai (kindness)
L …Lokahi (unity)
I will examine all patients with Aloha spirit as an eye care specialist.
We opened on October 1, 2019.