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Internal Medicine 8:30 – 15:00    
Surgery
Orthopedics Surgery
8:30 – 11:30    
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Japan Medical Service Accreditation for International Patients (JMIP)
 
We have been accredited by the Japan Medical Service Accreditation for International Patients (JMIP).
Kaikoukai Healthcare Corporation Nagoya Kyouritsu Hospital has been accredited by the Japan Medical Service Accreditation for International Patients (JMIP). We are the first private medical institution in the Chubu region to be certified by the JMIP. We have actively received non-Japanese patients for a long time. With this accreditation, we will be able to continue providing the safer and more advanced medical services of Kaikoukai Healthcare Group and Nagoya Kyouritsu Hospital to non-Japanese residents in Japan and visitors from other countries.
 
What is “the Japan Medical Service Accreditation for
   International Patients (JMIP)?”
The Japan Medical Services Accreditation for International Patients (JMIP) was established by the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare as a part of a national project that promotes the smooth acceptance of international patients into Japanese medical settings. The Japan Medical Education Foundation evaluates medical institutions' capability of accepting international patients from neutral and impartial standpoints to ensure that non-Japanese residents in Japan and visitors from other countries can receive Japanese medical services safely and reliably. At present, eight institutions have been accredited by the JMIP in Japan.
 

Towards better medical services for non-Japanese patients

Nagoya Kyouritsu Hospital has been improving our system to provide better medical services by preparing in-house displays and signposts in foreign languages and assigning dedicated Chinese and English interpreters for non-Japanese patients. We have prepared staff manuals particularly for appropriate interpretation, and we provide interpretation services in collaboration with the Aichi Medical Interpretation System.
We have special rooms and an expert department within a group to support non-Japanese patients.

 

Advantage of the Kaikoukai Network

Based on the concept of comprehensive medical services, Kaikoukai Healthcare Group has established a system to provide seamless medical and convalescent services including rehabilitation, diagnostic imaging, and dialysis care in addition to acute phase care. At the time of JMIP accreditation, we were highly evaluated for the establishment of “KAIKOUKAI CLINIC SENAYAN” in Indonesia and overseas cooperation for cancer radiation therapy. Kaikoukai Healthcare Group and Nagoya Kyouritsu Hospital will continue to actively work on inbound business including medical tourism.

Japan Medical Service Accreditation for International Patients (JMIP)
http://jmip.jme.or.jp/
 
 
Kaikoukai Healthcare Corporation Nagoya Kyouritsu Hospital received a certificate of accreditation for its hospital functions (Hospital Function Evaluation) from the Japan Council for Quality Health Care (JCQHC).
 
JCQHC

Hospital Function Evaluation is the framework with which evaluators evaluate from a neutral and unbiased standpoint whether hospitals appropriately implement basic activities (functions) to provide medical services in an organized manner.
Based on this, we aim to improve the quality of medicine.
Nagoya Kyouritsu Hospital was certified in Hospital Accreditation Standards (Version 6) by the JCQHC, and its certificate was renewed on July 5, 2013.
We will continuously aim to serve as a high quality hospital.

January 1, 2016
Director, Kaikoukai Healthcare Corporation Nagoya Kyouritsu Hospital

 
 
Nagoya Kyouritsu Hospital established a total ban on smoking throughout its premises on January 1, 2016.
   
Health Promotion Act In response to the “Health Promotion Act,” which stipulates responsibilities for taking measures against passive exposure to tobacco smoke, and “Healthy Japan 21 New Aichi Plan” established by Aichi Prefecture, we established a “total ban on smoking throughout the entire premises of the hospital” on January 1, 2016, to protect the health of inpatients and outpatients, and visitors, from health damage.
We had already established smoking areas in the hospital, but we abolished them at this time.
Smoking has adverse effects on the health of smokers and surrounding people. In recent years, as public awareness of smoking-induced health damage has been steadily changing, we implemented a total ban on smoking throughout the entire premises of the hospital to prevent passive exposure to tobacco smoke and to further spread the awareness of smoking-induced health damage to society.
As hospitals are facilities that many people visit for examination, treatment, consultation, or hospitalization, we implemented a total ban on smoking throughout the entire area of the establishment, including parking, passages, etc. from the standpoint of accomplishing our mission, to create a “safer and more comfortable environment” and protect the health of people.
We also ask you to observe manners in surrounding areas of the hospital and for your understanding and cooperation in the ban on smoking.
Smoking in toilets or out-of-sight places is very dangerous. Please do not smoke in these places.
Hospital staff also started participating in the total ban on smoking throughout the premises on January 1, 2016.
 

Prevention of passive exposure to tobacco smoke
   [For reference] Health Promotion Act (excerpts)

Article 25
Persons who manage schools, gymnasiums, hospitals, theatres, viewing sites, public assembly halls, gallery spaces, department stores, offices, government buildings, restaurants and bars, and other facilities used by numerous people should try to take whatever steps are necessary to prevent passive smoking exposure (i.e. being forced to breathe other persons' tobacco smoke in indoor or functionally equivalent spaces) for the users of such facilities.



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Nagoya Kyoritsu Hospital
1-172 Hokke, Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi454-0933, JAPAN
TEL:052-362-5151
FAX:052-353-9105
E-mail:somu@kaikou.or.jp

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