Other hospitalization-related matters

Hospital Charges

  • Hospital charges for each calendar month are calculated on the last day of the month. An invoice will be sent to you on the 10th of the following month, and this should be paid by the due date.
  • An invoice for hospital charges for the period from the 1st of the month until the day of discharge will be handed to you on the day you are discharged and should be paid before you leave the hospital. Please fill out the required documents if payment is to be made after you leave the hospital, or if you are to be given the invoice at a later date. Please note that due to office workflow you may receive further invoices after you are discharged.
  • Payment points and operating hours are as follows. Cash and credit cards are accepted.
    Payment points:
    Automatic payment machines and “General Reception ④ Payments” (1st Floor, Outpatients Building)
    Operating hours:
    Monday-Friday (excluding national holidays) 8:30~17:15
  • Please keep your receipts in a safe place as they cannot be reissued and are essential for proof of tax-deductible medical expenses and for reimbursements.
  • Fees can be paid by bank transfer to one of the hospital bank accounts (Iyo Bank, Ehime Bank, Ehime Shinkin Bank, Japan Post Bank).
    Transfer fees are covered by the patient.
  • Please go to the “General Reception ⑤ Admission Reception” before payment if you have any questions about hospitalization charges or if you need any advice.
  • You will be handed a detailed fee statement (for the hospitalization part) together with your invoice.
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  • Please inform the staff as soon as possible (while you are hospitalized) if you will require a proof of hospitalization certificate.
  • If you need a certificate after you are discharged, please complete outpatient consultation procedures and apply for one.

Hospital car park

  • Please do not use the car park while you are hospitalized as it is reserved for outpatients and visitors.

Please ask a nurse if you have any questions about this or anything else.
The hospital is a community. Please be considerate.