A hospital that has a free interpreter sevice
At Toyota Kosei Hospital free interpreter service is available in English, Portuguese or Spanish. It’s a big hospital that has many departments and also restaurant.
When you arrive, ask at the department reception for a interpreter service.
Say “I need an interpreter Portuguese/Spanish”「ポルトガル語・スペイン語の通訳をお願いします（ぽるとがるご、すぺいんごのつうやくを おねがいします。）」
You can get there by a train so easily! Of course by car.
Located by Josui station, so you can get by a train. Many people go there, so go in the morning not to wait for long long time.
|🏥||500-1, Josuicho Ibobara|
|👟||1 minute from Josui station on Meitetsu line|
|⏰||Mon- Fri 8:30-11:30, 1st and 3rd Sat of each month 8:30-11:30|
|👄||English, Spanish, Portuguese|
|Internal medicine||Cardiology(Heart and blood vessels)||Gastroenterology|
|Collagen diseases||Surgery||Pulmonary Surgery||(Respiratory unit)|
|Psychiatry||Cardiovascular Surgery(Heart &Blood vessels)|
|Brain Surgery, Neuro Surgery||Orthopedics||Plastic Surgery|
|Pediatircs(Children)||Obstetrics and Gynecology||Urology|
When my daughter was with a high fever and cough, I decided to take her to Toyota Kosei hospital. Toyota Kosei Hospital is not a hospital that I can go whenever I want. Because it’s a big and many people need their service. I try to go or take my children to local clinic near my home. But in this case, for one week, I have taken her to some clinics near my home, but she didn’t get better. Every night, she couldn’t sleep with a fever almost 40℃(104F) I and my husband decided to take our daughter to Toyota kosei hospital. As soon as we reached there, the doctor in Kosei hospital looked and told us that she had pneumonia so it’s better that she stays in the hospital for 3 or 4 days. It’s the first time for her to stay in the hospital. She got better and better, and she liked atmosphere there, she recovered.
[voice icon=”http://toyota-international.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/3.jpg” name=”Toyotali” type=”l”]Have you ever been some clinics in Japan? What was difficult for you? Japanese medical service is different from your country?[/voice]