The following faculty and staff members who received check-up cards should take this checkup
■ Target person
- (1) Medical Check-ups for Faculty and Staff
- 1) Full-time as well as full-time, fixed-term project faculty and staff members
- 2) Fixed-term, part-time employees and fixed-term, part-time project faculty and staff members
- 1. Part-timer staff whose weekly working hours exceed 29 hours
- and those whose term of hire will be for more than a year
- 2. Part-timer staff who work for 29 hours or less per week or whose term of hire will be less than a year,
- and who have completed the application procedures for medical check-ups
- through the medical check-up eligibility examination
■About reservation and questionnaire
Although you will instructed to answer the questionnaires upon reservation, answer the questionnaires when your check-up date comes closer.
■ Using medical check-up results from external medical institutions as a substitute
- The regular medical check-up for academic and administrative staff is a requirement by law (the School Health and Safety Law and the Occupational Safety and Health Law).
- Any staff who did not attend the university’s regular medical check-up should submit the following documents ① and ② promptly.
- Once the documents have been submitted, they will be treated in the same manner as those who have received a regular medical check-up conducted by the University of Tokyo.
- ① Medical certificates that fulfill all legal requirements (copy of the results from the external medical examination will suffice).
- * Concerning the legal requirements, only those for with specific numerical data, judgments, and findings described for each item will be accepted.
- * All the information on every page should be copied and submitted without omissions.
- ② QR codes from the online medical questionnaires (print-out on paper)
- If there are any abnormal values or findings in the check-up results, follow the instructions of the medical institution you consulted.
- Also, if you receive any instructions about lifestyle (including smoking, drinking, etc.), please follow the instructions given by the medical institution you visited.
- The health service center will take and deal with only items that are part of the check-up conducted at the university's medical checkup.
- The mutual aid association subsidizes the examination fees for medical checkups for any union members aged 35 and over and their dependent spouses as part of measures against adult diseases. As comprehensive medical examination carried out at external medical institutions can cover tests that are not included in the university's medical check-up, please consider submitting the results from the comprehensive medical examination also.
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- Will be available in one to two months through the University web service.
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- To your local health service center
- Hongo Health Service Center ( Tel.: Ext. 22580 E-mail：hoken-kanri-hongo.adm〔at sign〕gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp )
- Komaba Health Service Center ( Tel.: Ext. 46166 E-mail：komaba-kanri〔at sign〕hc.u-tokyo.ac.jp )
- Kashiwa Health Service Center ( Tel.: Ext. 63040 E-mail：kashiwa〔at sign〕hc.u-tokyo.ac.jp )