Do you consider yourself healthy as long as your body is free of illness?
World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as "the state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity". The goal of our clinic is to make you truly healthy. We provide primary and specialty care to heal your mind and body so that you can enjoy a happy life in Japan!
Through the experience of living in North America for 24 years, I learned that seeking for medical service in a foreign country can be tricky. You find that the Japanese health care system and medical insurances not straightforward? Have you felt that you were left alone when you didn’t know who to talk to about your health in this country? Regardless of your country of origin, we are here to answer any health-related questions you may have. For instance,
Why do I take this medicine? Is there a side effect?
Why do I have to do the test?
Health checkup reports showed abnormal results... What shall I do?
How come I got this disease? How do doctors treat it?
I don't quite understand what my doctor says...
I don't feel well because I am under a lot of stress in school or at work. What shall I do?
We are here to provide patient-centered care for you. I speak English fluently and we have served patients from 42 countries and regions. We are a registered medical institution of AMDA International Medical Information Center. We also work closely with Musashino International Association (MIA). We provide service in Japanese, English, and Mandarin. We are also good at using simple Japanese in communicating with you.
Hello, I am Daisy. I started my mascot career at Numata Medical Clinic this summer.
I’m seven years old, Pisces, blood type...it's a secret~ Carrots are my favorite, and I hate dog food. I love watching sumo tournaments on TV and jidaigeki historical drama series. I also love listening to piano music. I have trouble with thunderstorms. They make me tremble. When I hear thunder, I run to hide under the sofa. Not even carrots can lure me out! Cheers!