Information for Patients
Clinical laboratory tests
The blood drawing room on the second floor of the Center for Outpatient Health opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 5:15 p.m.
Utilizing automated reception machines for blood drawing/urinalysis, we are doing our best to shorten patients' waiting times.
Patients can check in with the machine up to two hours prior to the appointment time.
Reception for tests
Floor Map (Second floor of the Center for Outpatient Health)
Please refer to the Laboratory Medicine Department's webpage to find out how to read the values in test results and about clinical tests provided apart from blood drawing.
Except for X-ray examinations, which are provided on the first floor of the Center for Outpatient Health, radiological examinations are offered on the first, second and third basement floors of the Center for Treatment and Care. For details, please refer to the webpage of the Radiological Department
Floor Map (First floor of Center for Outpatient Health)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is capable of obtaining cross-sectional images of the organs and tissues in the body by using powerful magnetic fields and radio waves. We have introduced an audiovisual system that streams music and videos inside the examination room to help patients undergo examinations in a relaxed atmosphere.
Computed tomography (CT) is capable of cross-sectionally imaging organs and tissues in the body with the use of X-rays. Our CT apparatus is capable of obtaining images in a short time to reduce the burden on patients.
Floor Map (First ground floor of Center for Treatment and Care)
- Angiography is capable of capturing images of blood vessels with X-rays by using a contrast agent that is injected into the vessel through a catheter inserted into it.
- Fluoroscopy is designed to visualize organs and tissues with the use of contrast agents such as barium. We have also introduced an audiovisual system inside the examination rooms to help patients undergo examinations and treatment in a relaxed atmosphere.
Floor Map (Second basement floor at the Center for Treatment and Care)
Nuclear scanning is designed to scan structures and functions inside the body by injecting a radioactive agent and capturing the radioactive rays that are then released from the body. SPECT-CT and PET-CT apparatuses that we have introduced are capable of conducting various kinds of nuclear scanning.