• Providing safe and high quality medical care


  • About visiting inpatients


    From July 3, visiting inpatients is restricted as follows.
    1. Hours: From 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm (within a half hour)
    2. Visitors: Up to two family members.
    3. Please wear a facial mask and sanitize your hands and fingers.

  • Access to our hospital


    Patients can enter and leave through the doors at Building 1, 2 and 3 during the time as below.
    * We monitor your temperature with a thermography around the entrance.
    Building 1: from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays, from 7:30 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday (excluding the third Saturdays)
    Building 2: from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays and Saturday (excluding the third Saturdays)
    Building 3: After Hours Entrance (in front of Disaster Prevention Center) is open all day.
    (Building 5: Please call the staff on the intercom)

  • Thank You for Your Support


    Many individuals and companies supported us and made donations for our prevention measures against novel coronavirus infection. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of them.
    Everything we have received is used effectively.
    We will continue working together as a team including doctors, nurses, as well as other medical staff to prevent infections from spreading in our hospital and making further efforts to provide safe and secure medical services.

  • Resumption of Our Medical Consultation


    We have been suspending acceptance of new patients because we confirmed that our medical staff became infected with novel coronavirus on April 20. PCR testing has been performed for all hospital staff involved since then, and we have never acknowledged new confirmed cases as of May 19. Thus, from May 20 onwards, we resume our medical services as follows. We will continuously make further efforts to prevent the spread of the infection and lift the restriction of our medical consultation. We apologize for the inconvenience and kindly ask for your understanding and cooperation.
    ・Medical consultation for outpatients
    We accept outpatients in principle. If you have a referral letter, please be sure to bring it. If not, please understand we ask you to pay 5,500 yen for additional service fee (Sentei Ryoyohi).
    * Please take your temperature at home for several days before visiting us and put on a face mask on the day of your visit.
    ・Medical consultation for patients in need of emergency care
    We accept patients in need of emergency care in principle. Please make sure that your regular doctor contacts us in advance. If you need to be hospitalized, we will reply to your regular doctor after we check our capacity of our beds and responsible department judges the necessity.
    * Details of the diseases in need of emergency surgery are currently being prepared.
    ・If you have fever, cough, weariness, and/or respiratory symptoms, please consult Coronavirus Consultation Center in your district.

  • Novel Coronavirus Infection of Our Medical Staff


    All medical staff who had been infected with novel coronavirus since April 20 were discharged by May 15. Furthermore, PCR testing was performed again for all medical staff working at the inpatient ward for infectious diseases, and we confirmed all of them had negative results. We will continue taking measures to prevent the infection and provide the people in our community with quality medical services.

  • Limited Access to Our Hospital


    From Wednesday, May 20 onwards, patients are requested to enter only from the entrance at Building 1 and 3.
    We open the entrances at 7:30 a.m. on weekdays and Saturdays (excluding the third Saturdays)
    * We monitor your temperature with a thermography around the entrance.
    Patients are not allowed to enter from Building 2. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

  • Notice of Closure


    Our medical service for outpatients will be closed on June 10 for our anniversary of foundation.
    Our Emergency Medical Care Center accepts patients in need of emergency care.

  • Restriction on Visiting Inpatients


    At present, no one is allowed to visit inpatients except for the person who has special reasons. Such visitors have been allowed to visit before 8 p.m. up until now, however, from May 1st onwards, they are required to enter the wards before 5 p.m.
    We kindly ask for your understanding and cooperation to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus infection.

  • JMIP Accreditation


    We were accredited by JMIP (Japan Medical Services Accreditation for International Patients).

  • English Website Open


    Our English website is now available.


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