This page is prepared for inpatients to be admitted to our hospital for treatment based on “Hospitalization Guidance” intended for comfortable and effective stay in our hospital. You are encouraged to read the information with your family members.
Our Medical Care Policy
- 1. Our medical care policy is based on team medical care, where a team in charge discusses the medical care policy, and conducts the medical care consulting with a patient and persons concerned. Names of a doctor and a nurse in charge of you are indicated at your bedside as your Principal Doctor and your Nurse in Charge. You can consult with your Principal Doctor about your treatment and outcome so that you can lead a life under medical treatment in full agreement.。
- 2. Our hospital is a hospital for acute stage, and we therefore concentrate examinations and treatment within two weeks after operation in surgery or after hospitalization in internal medicine targeting a discharge from the hospital within this period. On the other hand, for patients who are concerned about their return to the community, our policy is that they may be transferred to the regional comprehensive care ward and prepare for return to the community targeting a period of two months.
Medical Care Plan at Hospitalization
At hospitalization, or within one week after hospitalization, your Principal Doctor or your Nurse in Charge will explain the object of the hospitalization, schedule during the hospitalization, outline of examinations and treatments, expected period of hospitalization, etc. Your Principal Doctor may also explain changes in the plan, if any, which are due to any change in pathological conditions, finding a new disease, etc.
- We would appreciate your understanding and cooperation for the following visiting hours.
- Visiting Hours: 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (14:00 to 19:00)
- Kindly refrain from visiting patients if you have symptoms of fever, throat pain, nasal discharge, cough, diarrhea, or vomiting. In addition, in the ward on the fourth floor, visits by children (up to junior high school students) are limited to only the lounge. We would appreciate your kind understanding as this is to prevent infections.
Request from the Hospital
Kindly refrain from words and behavior which discomfort patients in hospital as well as actions which impede operations of the staff. If such behavior is found, you might be asked to leave the hospital.