Flow of Hospitalization
We will describe the flow from hospital admission to discharge.
Flow of Hospitalization from Admission to Discharge
The physician will determine whether hospitalization is necessary.
Deciding the Date of Admission
The hospital will notify you of the date of your admission to the hospital.
Preparations Before Hospitalization
Please prepare the necessary items for your stay at the hospital before you arrive.
- Underwear and nightwear
- Bath towels and hand towels
- Tissue paper
- Nightgown or shawl/jacket
- Non-slip footwear (please refrain from using slippers due to the risk of falling)
- Medicine notebook (Okusuri-techo)
Day of Admission
Please come to the Admission Desk on the 1st floor of the Department Wing by 10 am.
Bring your application for hospitalization and the medical interview sheet (only for those who have been given the sheet as an outpatient.
One of our employees will guide you to the ward. Your physicians and nurses will provide you with explanations regarding your stay at the hospital, your surgery, etc.
Treatment, Exams, Surgery, etc.
Transfer / Discharge
Once your condition is stable, your physician will authorize your discharge or transfer to another facility.
Please pay the hospitalization fee at the Cashier’s Window on the 1st floor of the Medical building on the day of transfer/discharge.
The schedule for visiting hours is as follows:
|General Ward, Ward 9A(NICU・GCU) and Ward 8A(M-FICU)||7:30 am – 8:30 pm|
|Ward 4B(ICU・CCU)||11 am – 7 pm|
|Emergency and intensive care center||7 am – 8 am, noon – 1 pm and 6 pm – 7 pm|
If you wish to visit a patient outside of these hours, please consult a nurse.
- Write your name in the visitors’ log at “Visitor Reception” on the first floor of the ward and put on a “visitor’s badge” before entering the building.
- Please return the “visitor’s badge” to the reception desk upon leaving.
- Please go to the nurses’ station before entering the hospital room. Visits may be refused depending on the patient's condition.
- Please let those intending to visit you know that they should make every effort to avoid bringing children along.
- Out of respect for other patients, you are asked to keep the number of visitors and the length of visits to a reasonable level.
- Please refrain from holding loud conversations in multi-bed rooms.
- Visiting hours at certain wards such as the Tertiary Emergency Medical Center or ICU may be restricted for treatment purposes. Please follow the instructions of the doctors and nurses.
- Smoking, drinking, or eating during the visit is not allowed. Please refrain from bringing in food and drinks.
- Please turn off your mobile phone while in the hospital. To use a mobile phone or e-mail, please go to an area in the ward designated for that purpose (mobile phone area or public phone booth).