This division’s mission is to maintain and promote the mental and physical health of students, staff, and faculty members, making use of our expertise in the field of medicine. The counseling services provided by our doctors are determined by their field of specialism, as outlined below.
We provide the following services for students, staff, and faculty members.
If you become physically or mentally unwell while on campus, you can seek a consultation/treatment from a physician (internal medicine physician or psychiatrist) at one of our Health Centers.
Regular medical check-ups for students are offered at the Hospital Campus each April and October. Please ensure that you make use of this system to check your health. Those who have undergone a regular medical check-up for students can obtain a medical examination certificate (free of charge).
>Regular medical checkup for students
wide range of activities to improve and maintain the health of staff and faculty members working at the university, as well as seeking to improve and maintain the university’s workplace environments.
We offer “the Welcome Program” and “the Refresh Program”, which are lifestyle improvement programs targeted at students and staff who have a tendency toward obesity. If you are interested, please consult your nearest infirmary at Counseling and Health Centers.>Access & Inquiries
We provide support to students and staff who wish to quit smoking. Should you wish to quit smoking, please contact any of your nearest infirmary at Counseling and Health Centers.>Access & Inquiries
The School Health and Safety Act specifies the infectious diseases that schools (including universities) should prevent. We promptly circulate the latest information concerning influenza and any other infectious diseases that could easily spread within the university.>News of measures against infectious disease