Kamagaya General Hospital, operated by the Tokushukai Medical Group under contract to Kamagaya City, opened as a community-based health care center in September 2007. It provides international medical services managed by the Tokushukai Medical Group. Located next to the Hokuso Railway linking Narita and Haneda, the hospital is easily reached by Narita and Haneda Airports, the Tokyo Metropolitan area, and main Chiba cities including Matsudo, Kashiwa, and Funabashi.
- Building: reinforced concrete, 10 stories,1 basement and 1 penthouse.
- Number of beds: 248 (general ward）
- Site area: 20,577.39 m2
- Floor area: 45,351.11 m2
- Parking lot capacity: 287 cars
- Clinical Departments: internal medicine, cardiology, pediatrics, surgery, orthopaedic surgery, plastic surgery, neurosurgery, dermatology, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, rehabilitation, radiology, dental surgery, and anesthesia. (Departments of cardiovascular surgery, ophthalmology, and otolaryngology will be established.)
- Main facilities: Dialysis center, Rehabilitation center, Outpatient surgery center, Endoscopy center, Health care center, and Artificial joint center.
- Main medical equipment: 64-detector CT scanner, MRI unit (1.5 T), digital subtraction angiography (DSA) machine, dialyzer, and mammography unit.
Detailed Physical Examination Instructions
Detailed physical examination: Benefits
Even “well” people can benefit from a detailed physical examination.
In detailed examinations, we focus on health checks and lifestyle reviews. These are not the same as medical treatment at regular hospitals.
The best way to stay healthy is not to get sick in the first place. The key to keeping well is catching possible problems before they occur. Early detection saves you the money and time you would lose being treated for a condition that a detailed physical examination could have detected ? ahead of time.
(1) - Detailed physical examination (without an overnight stay in a hospital)
45,150 yen (after taxes)
Procedure: Acceptance, Interview with a doctor and blood pressure (BP) measurement, Blood collection, Urine testing, Body measurements, Examination of the eyesight, fundus, and intraocular pressure, ABI ,Ultrasonography, ECG, Lung function tests, Hearing test, Radiography of the chest and abdomen, Endoscopy of the upper digestive tract, (plus radiologic examination of the stomach, if requested), Medical examination, Lunch, Payment
(2) - Detailed examination of the heart
42,000 yen (after taxes)
Procedure: Acceptance, Interview with a doctor and blood pressure (BP) measurement, Blood collection, Urine testing, Body measurements, ECG, ABI, Echocardiography, 64-detector CT scanning, Medical examination, Payment
(3) - Brain examination
26,250 yen (after taxes)
Procedure: Acceptance, MRI and MRA of the head, Ultrasonography of the carotid arteries, Medical examination, Payment
(4) - Metabolic examination
5,250 yen (after tax)
Procedure: Acceptance, Interview with a doctor and blood pressure (BP) measurement, Body measurements, Blood collection and urine testing, Abdominal CT scanning, Medical examination, Payment
(5) - Lung cancer screening
15,750 yen (after taxes)
Procedure: Acceptance, Taking a blood sample for tumor markers, Chest (lung) CT scanning, Medical examination, Payment
(6) - Gynecological examination
10,500 yen (after taxes)
Procedure: Acceptance, Taking a blood sample for tumor markers, Cervical cytology (uterine cancer screening), Ultrasonography of the ovaries and uterus, Medical examination, Payment
(7) The following examinations can be added, if requested.
|A.||Detailed examination of the heart|
|Diagnostic imaging by echocardiography||8,190 yen
|Treadmill training exercise||7,350 yen|
|B.||Brain MRI scanning (test A)||17,640 yen|
|C.||Tumor maker testing||3,045 yen|
|E.||Pepsinogen test||5,040 yen|
|F.||Bone mineral density test||1,470 yen|
* Those who want to undergo any of the additional tests listed on the above are requested to apply by one month before the day of examination.
Body measurements: height, weight, waist circumference, obesity index, BMI, and percent body fat.
Urine tests: protein, glucose, urobilinogen, occult blood, specific gravity, Ph, and sediment.
Stool test: fecal occult blood (two-step screening)
Hematology: hemoglobin, RBC, WBC, hematocrit, platelet count, and blood picture.
Serological tests: TPHA (qualitative), RPR (qualitative), CRP (qualitative), CRP (quantitative), and RA test.
Hepatitis virus screening: hepatitis virus Bs antigen, hepatitis virus Bs antibody, and hepatitis virus C antibody.
Biochemistry tests: iron, GOT, GPT, LDH, ALP, ChE, LAP, γ-GTP, TTT, ZTT, amylase, TP, albumin, albumin/globulin ratio, direct bilirubin, blood urea nitrogen, creatinine, uric acid, total cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, blood glucose, Na, Cl, K, Ca, P, PSA (a prostate cancer marker), HbAlc, and CEA (a marker of gastrointestinal tumors).
Chest radiography: two large films, two directions.
Abdominal radiography: half-size film.
Upper digestive tract endoscopy: esophagus, stomach, and duodenum.
Ultrasonography: gallbladder, liver, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, thyroid, urinary bladder, prostate, uterus, and ovaries.
Medical examination: general examination, auscultation, visual inspection.
Ophthalmic examination: eyesight (unaided vision and corrected vision), retinal camera, and intraocular pressure.
Hearing test: 1,000-4,000 Hz.
ECG: resting, 12-lead
Lung function tests: vital capacity (FEV1.0 and FEV1.0%)
Gynecological examination: internal examination and cervical cytology.
Blood pressure (BP) measurement: systolic BP and diastolic BP