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Guidance on Hospitalization

Special Notes about Your Life in Hospital

Items that You Need to Prepare

Items that you must bring with you

  • Name stamp (inkan)
  • Health insurance card (If you do not show it to us, you are liable for all medical expenses)
  • Forms and documents required for the admission (e.g., Hospital Admission Application Form)
  • Current medications and their information documents
  • Writing tools and materials

Items that you need to bring if you have or would like to use

  • Various beneficiary certificates (e.g., Eligibility Certificate for Ceiling-Amount Application, Beneficiary Certificate for the Elderly, or Treatment Certificate of Specific Diseases)
  • Discharge certificate

Items that you need for hospitalization

  • Grooming kit (e.g., basin, toothbrush, comb, and soap)
  • Chopsticks, spoon, mug, and handy pot
  • Indoor shoes (non-slip and quiet)
  • Pajamas
  • Underwear, hand towels, and bath towels

You may need to prepare other items. Please follow your nurse’s instructions.
Some of the items listed above are available in the convenience store LAWSON on the first floor.

Special Notice

Smoking is prohibited on the premises. Do not smoke anywhere, including in the parking area.
We often have emergency admissions; therefore, we may ask you to move to another room based on bed occupancy.
When you need to go out or stay out overnight while hospitalized, you must obtain the permission of your attending physician.
Do not bring in valuables or excessive cash. If you need to do so, be careful not to lose them. A “safety box” is available in your room.
Use of mobile phones is permitted only in a limited area.

Rules about the use of mobile phones and devices in each area

Area Phone calls E-mails or web browsing Special notes for the area
(1) Entrance (1F), waiting area, lobby, restaurant (9F), lounge (each floor), corridors, and elevator halls •Good mobile etiquette is required.
•If you are near the area for limited mobile use, you may be asked not to use mobile devices.
•Do not use mobile devices while walking.
(2) Patient rooms Private rooms •Regardless of the presence of medical equipment, you can use mobile devices.
Shared rooms × •You cannot talk on a mobile phone, whereas you can use e-mails and web browsers with good mobile etiquette.
(3) Consulting rooms ×
(No need to power off)
•You do not need to power off your mobile devices.
•Refrain from using mobile devices wherever possible to avoid disturbing a consultation or bothering other patients.
(4) Operating Rooms、ICU、Laboratory、Treatment Rooms × × • You must power off your mobile devices.