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Patient Guide for Yamagata University Hospital

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Information and Notice

 Division and Disease

Highly Advanced  Care

Emergency Care

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Out-patient Clinic

Guide for Out-patient Clinic

First Visit to Out-Patient Clinic

Re-visit and Booking

Prescriptions

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Guide for Admission

Visitors' Guide to the Wards

Room Fees for special rooms

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Parking

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Address

2-2-2 Iida-Nishi Yamagata 990-9585@
TEL 023-633-1122
Emergency TEL 023-635-5119iEmergency care unit j
TEL Guide 023-628- 5500
No of Beds 604
Transportation Public transportation (in Japanese)
Map Map (in Japanese)

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Emergency  Care (Phone 023-628-5119) 

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Emergency care services is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, including Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays


Emergency care services is  available at the Emergency Care Unit.


Visitors who are in need of emergency care  are accepted at the Emergency Care Unit on the 1st floor of the Hospital .

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Guide for Out-patient Clinic

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Open 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM  (Monday thru Friday)

Closed at Saturday, Sunday, National Holiday, December 29, 30, 31, January 1, 2 and  3. Consultations will start at 9:00 AM

Please confirm the days open for each division on the following table.

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Division Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Internal Medicine 1 › › › › ›
Internal Medicine 2 › › › › ›
Internal Medicine 3 › › › › ›
Pediatrics › › › › ›
Neuropsychiatry › › › › ›
Dermatology › › › › ›
Radiology › › › › ~
Surgery 1 › › ~ › ~
Surgery 2 › ~ › ~ ›
Neurosurgery ~ › ~ › ›
Orthopedics › ~ › ~ ›
Obstetrics and Gynecology › › › › ›
Ophthalmology ~ › ~ › ›
Otolaryngology › ~ › ~ ›
Urology ~ › ~ › ›
Pain Clinic › ~ › ~ ›
Dentistry and Oral Surgery › › › › ›

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Seeing the doctor for the first time

It is necessary to bring with you the Health Insurance Certificate Card (Kenko-hoken-shyo, in Japanese ) when you visit our hospital to have clinical services.

If you do not carry the Japanese public managed/operated health insurance plan, you will be charged for the gross total costs for clinical services including prescriptions, examinations and other related services offered at our hospital

A first time visitor is expected to register at the New Outpatient Reception Counter . By completing the registration procedures, you will be given your Yamagata University  Hospital Clinicl  Card.


The Card must always  be carried with you while you are in the Hospital as our hospital has employed a computerized clinical service system. Please bring the card with you on all subsequent visits as well.r

Additional Fee at the First Out-patient Clinic 

Our hospital is designated as a highly advanced medical care facility accepting patients from primarily medical care facilities. Therefore, if you do not carry a letter of introduction for clinical service issued by another medical care facility, an extra charge of 1,575 yen will be included in your bill.

(Social insurance in Japan may not cover this fee).  

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Revisits to the out-hospital clinic

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All of the revisitors to the out-patient clinic are kindly requested to carry with them the Yamagata University  Hospital Clinical Card and the Health Insurance Certificate Card.

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Booking


Our hospital uses a reservation system with computerized booking in designating the specific date and time for the revisitors.



The booked information is printed on the Reservation Slip.  Please carry with you the Reservation Slip when you revisit our hospital.


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Inpatient Services.

1. Procedures for Admission


In accordance with the request for admission by the doctor, the required procedures must be completed  at the inpatient service desk on the 1st floor.


Depending on the availability of beds, if you are unable to be admitted immediately, your booking will be made.

* A set of admission documents will be given at the Inpatient Service Section. Those documents have to be filled out and sealed with your seal .

* The documents for admission : Proposal Form for Admission and Form for the Guarantee of the Identity of the Patient.


2. Belongings 

The admitted patient should/may bring the following belongings :

Seal, the Health Insurance Certificate Card, the Yamagata University Hospital Clinical Service Card, night clothes, underware, cup, spoon, slippers, etc.

The nursing staff of our hospital take care of the admitted patients, therefore it is not necessary to attend the patient in the hospital.

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Room fee for special rooms.

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Special rooms are available on request (Social insurance may not cover this fee).

Type of rooms  No. of available beds

Room Fee per day including consumption tax

Special class room 3 \11,550
1st class room type A 17 \2,625
1st class room type B 1 \2,100


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Visitors' Guide to the Wards  

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Guests may visit to see in-hospital patients within the following time;

Mon thru Fri 15:00 - 19:00
Sat, Sun, National Holiday 10:00 - 19:00
To assist the patient's care and recovery, please observe the visiting rules including the visiting hours.

Due to the health status of the patient, the visit to a specific patient may be limited or not allowed.

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Highly Advanced Medical Care

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The following therapy is designated as 'Highly Advanced Medical Care'. Please contact to the office of each department for more information. 

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Internal Medicine 2

023-628-5309

Centrifugal Leukocyte Apheresis for Active Ulcerative Colitis \51,900
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Division and Disease

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Division

Phone

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Internal Medicine 1

023-628-5302

Heart disease including Pacemaker Implantation, Defibrillator Implantation, Lung disease, Kidney disease, Collagen disease, General medicine

Internal Medicine 2

023-628-5309

Gastrointestinal disease, Liver disease, Pancreas disease,  General medicine

Internal Medicine 3

023-628-5316

Neurology, Diabetes mellitus, Thyroid gland, Endocrinology, Hematology, Hyperlipidemia, General medicine

Pediatrics

023-628-5329

Pediatrics, including Cardiology, Hematology, Metabolic disease, Endocrinology, New born, Neurology, Development, Nephrology

Neuropsychiatry

 023-628-5322

Neuropsychiatry, including Psychosomatic disease

Dermatology

023-628-5361

Dermatology including Psoriasis, Atopic dermatitis, Alopecia, Heredity consultation

Radiology

023-628-5386

Radiotherapy, Diagnostic radiology including Nuclear medicine

Surgery 1

023-628-5336

Gastrointestinal surgery (esophagus, stomach, colon, anal), Liver,  Gall cyst, Bile duct, Pancreas,  Mammalian gland, Thyroid grand, and General surgery

Surgery 2

 023-628-5342

Cardiovascular surgery, Lung surgery, Pediatric surgery, and General surgery

Neurosurgery

023-628-5349

Neurosurgery including  Brain tumor, Cerebrovascular disease, Epilepsy, Pediatric neurosurgeryA Functional neurosurgery,  and Pituitary gland

Orthopedics

023-628-5355

Orthopedics, including Hand, Shoulder, Hip, Knee joints, Spine, Rheumatic arthritis, Bone tumor,   and Plastic surgery 

Obstetrics and Gynecology

023-628-5393

Obstetrics and gynecology, including Genital tumor, Pregnancy loss, Hormonal disease in women, Adolescence and menopausal disorder

Ophthalmology

 023-628-5374

Ophthalmology including Glaucoma, Cataract, Myopia, Squint, Weak sight, Diabetic retinopathy, Retinal disease

Otolaryngology

023-628-5380

Otolaryngology including Otitis, Hearing disturbance, Tinnitus, Vertigo, Facial nerve, Nasal allergy,  Speech, Tumor in head and neck, Hearing aid

Urology

023-628-5368

Urology including Urinary Stones, Renal Failure, Kidney Transplantation,  Neurogenic bladder,  Prostate, Adrenal gland, Urinary tumor, Urinary infection, Deformity in urinary system

Pain Clinic

 023-628-5400

Pain clinic

Dentistry and Oral Surgery

 023-628-5413

Tumors of oral cavity and jaw, Oral and maxillofacial trauma, Temporomandibular joint disease, Deformities of jaw 

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Prescriptions

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A prescription valid in the out-hospital pharmacy will be received  at the out-patient clinic. We recommend to get the prescription filled at the out-hospital pharmacy .

Please contact the 'Out-hospital Pharmacy  Desk' at the hospital entrance  for more information.

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Parking 

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Parking space is available.

Free Parking is available for people who made a  payment to our hospital. Please show the receipt  and get a check stamp at the parking office (small house at the entrance of the parking lot).

Patients who didn't pay because of insurance coverage  are  also entitled to free parking.  However, those persons need to come and get a stamp at the payment desk No 6 at the entrance, and then  go to the parking office and recheck the stamp.

All others will be charged.

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General Information Desk (left side of hospital entrance)

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Phone 023-628-5500

The General Information desk is open 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM  (Monday thru Friday),  and will supports to see the doctor. 

At the first visit to the out-patient clinic, remember to bring  your social insurance card or letter from your family doctor. 

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Notice 

Please,  mind your belongings. There have been some cases of robbery.

Use of mobile telephones is prohibited in the hospital, because of magneto-electrical interference to medical equipment.

Smoking is permitted  only in the smoking room located on the first floor. 

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