Nakano Central Park Clinic Internal Medicine
Providing safe and high-quality medical care
Contributing to society in medical and nursing care, public health, and welfare
Reception Hours 10:00 a.m. to 0:45 p.m. 3:00 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
Non-Consultation day Saturday, Sundays, National Holidays, year-end and New Year period
All care for foreign nationals who do not have Japanese health insurance qualification is charged at a rate of 20 yen per 1 medical remuneration point. The same applies to Japanese citizens living overseas who do not have Japanese health insurance qualification.
If you cannot communicate well in Japanese, you will need to be accompanied by an interpreter, for your convenience and safety.
Nakano Central Park Clinic and surrounding property is a smoke-free zone in accordance with the “Measures to Prevent Exposure to Secondhand Smoke” issued by Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.
Measles outbreak in Okinawa ahead of 'Golden Week' holidays April 20, 2018
OKINAWA Prefecture announced “LEVEL3” emergency phase of Measles Outbreak.
The measles can be prevented by vaccination. Symptoms of measles include fever, and rash, but the disease can trigger complications such as pneumonia and encephalitis, etc. And it may become severe.
Individuals who have had two shots of measles vaccine and those who have contracted the disease in the past (can be detected by antibody test) have low possibility of getting infected. Even if they do get infected, the symptoms are mild.
If you plan to visit Okinawa, we recommend you to get the vaccination before your travel.
Please also consider taking out travel insurance in order to enjoy your travel without anxiety.