Where to go if you get sick on a Sunday or public holiday (Kyujitsu Toban-i)
‘Kyujitsu toban i’: are the medical clinics on duty on Sundays and public holidays. Surgery hours are 9am to 6pm. Be sure to take along your health insurance card. ※Schedule changes monthly, see 15th-of-the-month Takasaki Koho for full list. For other cities, see your local city magazine.
|Date||Sun 31st May||Sun 7th June||Sun 14th June||Sun 21st June||Sun 28th June|
Okamoto Naika Clinic
Sato Kokyukika Iin
Horikoshi Naika Clinic
Tachibana Naika Iin
Inui Naika Clinic
Gunma Yawata Shokaki Naika Clinic
Kaminakai Family Clinic
Shonika Asahi Clinic
Kodomo Clinic Sone
Inui Shonika Naika Iin
Kamio Kodomo Clinic
In an emergency FIRE/MEDICAL=dial 119 POLICE=dial 110 Both emergency numbers are able to handle calls from people speaking only English
City Night Clinic: (1F Takasaki Public Heath Center, Takamatsu-cho 5-28), Mon-Fri=7:30pm-10pm; Sat, Sun, pub. hol=7pm-10pm
TELL Tokyo English Life Line
Every day for 45 years TELL Lifeline has been providing important connections and support to people all across Japan. We save lives.TEL: 03-5774-0992
(9am – 11pm every day)https://telljp.com/lifeline/
Urgent Children’s Health Consultations
DIAL #8000 for urgent children’s health consultations at night and on holidays. Gunma Prefecture provides this telephone service for parents so they can receive advice from nurses and public health advisors about what to do in various urgent situations involving their child’s health at night and on weekends when regular clinics are not open.
For: Parents/guardians of children under 15 years
Available: Monday to Saturday=6pm to 8am the following day; Sunday, public holidays, end of year period=9am to 8pm the following day
How to call: Dial #8000 by pressing the hash key (#) followed by 8000 (not available from IP or pulse dial connections, these people must call from a mobile phone)
・In a medical emergency, dial 119
・This service cannot diagnose or treat your child
・For information about hospitals that are on duty during holiday periods, call 027-325-0011.
International Medical Information Center
The AMDA International Medical Information Center provides information about hospitals with foreign language speaking staff, explanation of the Japanese medical system and telephone interpreting.
Available: Everyday 9am-8pm
Languages: English, Chinese, Spanish, etc.