Schedule / Notes (Group-I Students Medical Check-ups)

≪Group-I Students Medical Check-ups≫ (Updated on 06/23/2021)

*All scheduled dates for 2021 have ended.

Medical check-ups are required by law. Please make sure you attend the check-ups during the specified period.

Answering of the Online Medical Questionnaires and reservations are required

More information on the medical check-up online medical questionnaires can be found on https://www.hc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/checkups/

  • Medical Questionnaires and reservations are available from 5pm on April 1st, 2021. 

Please check the bulletin boards of your faculty or graduate school for information, UTAS web on how to login.

 

1. The following students are required to take the Group-I Medical Check-ups: Students admitted to the University of Tokyo in April, 2021 for example

・1st year Master’s program students, doctorate program students, and professional degree program students

・Research students and undergraduate transfer students enrolling for the first time in April, 2021

・Undergraduate students enrolling into the 3rd year (those who were not enrolled at UTokyo in AY2020)

・Students admitted to the University of Tokyo in Autumn after 1st November 2020

・Autumn enrollment students designated by the faculty to which they belong

2. Venue and Date  (Updated on 2021/04/09)

  • * Due to the congestion that may occur due to the measures taken to prevent infection, the chest X-ray examinations may not be completed solely at the location of the health check-up. In such case, chest x-ray examinations may be performed at the Health Service Center on the same day or at a later date.
  • Please make sure to bring all necessary items (2d barcodes, etc.) and wear appropriate clothing (wear plain T-shirt, avoid wearing stocking and tights, etc.) in advance, and come punctually.
  • We ask for your cooperation so that the health check-up can proceed smoothly, in order to avoid congestions.

 

  • * Please refer to the information provided here if you would like to use the results of a medical check-up results from an external medical institution as a substitute.

 

<Hongo Campus>
Icho-Metro cafeteria (Faculty of Law & Letters Bldg.2  B1F)

The schedules for June 2021 have been changed. (Updated on 04/09/2021)

AM
9:00~11:30

PM
13:15~15:30

Apr 16 (Fri)

Men

Men

Apr 19 (Mon)

Women

Women

Apr 20 (Tue)

Men

Men

Apr 21 (Wed)

Women

Men

Apr 23 (Fri)

Men

Men

May 10 (Mon)

Men

Men

May 11 (Tue)

Men

Women

May 12(Wed)

Men

Women

Jun 16(Wed)

Men

Men

Jun 17(Thu)

Women

Women

 

<Kashiwa Campus>
1st floor of Kashiwa Library

AM
9:45~11:30

PM
13:30~15:30

Jun 10 (Thu)

Men

13:3014:30 Men

15:0015:30 Women

Jun 11 (Fri)

Women

Men

 

<Komaba Campus>
21 Komaba Center for Educational Excellence(21KOMCEE)

AM
9:00~11:30

PM
13:15~15:30

May 31 (Mon)

Women

Men

Jun 1 (Tue)

Men

Men

Jun 2 (Wed)

Men

Women

 

3. Please bring following to the Medical Check-up.

  • 1. Student ID Card (if you do not have a Student Card yet, please bring your Certificate of Enrollment.)
  • 2. Print out of the three 2d barcodes (These will be displayed after the online questionnaires have been completed)
  • 3. Bring to wear or wear plain-colored T-shirts (see note 5-5) below)
  • 4. Urine sample
  • 5. Reservation number
  • 6. Special Care Required when Attending University (only for those specified)1
  • *1. If you need special care to attend the university due to your health, please complete and bring the “Special Care Required when Attending University” form. The form “Special Care Required when Attending University” can be downloaded from the website of the Health Service Center and can be submitted at any of the Health Service Centers. Those who required special care, please complete the form before coming for their medical check-up.

 

 

4. Checks done during Group-I Medical Checkup:

① Urinalysis*2, ② Taking history and medical questionnaires, blood pressure evaluation, ③ Electrocardiography, ④ Chest X- ray examination, ⑤ Height and body weight measurement,abdominal circumference, ⑥ Blood analyses*3

*2 You will receive a urine sample container before the medical check-up. Please take your urine sample first thing on the morning of the check-up. Students who do not receive a sample container from the administrative department should pick up a sample container from the Health Service Center. Please do not collect urine samples if you are in your menstrual period. Please contact a staff at reception.

*3 Information concerning the blood tests

Analysis of the blood in the fasting state is ideal, and therefore those who have their check-up in the morning should come without having had breakfast and refrain from having drinks that contain calories. Those with check-ups in the afternoon should finish a light breakfast by 7:00am, and refrain from eating and only have drinks that do not have calories in them until after the check-up. Please check with your doctor about fasting for blood tests if you are taking medication daily.

(Please make sure to keep hydrated by taking drinks without calories, such as water or straight tea.)

 

5.Please note the following points on the Medical Check-up:

  • 1). Please wear a mask when you come to the medical checkup venue. If you have respiratory symptoms such as cough or sputum and fever, please do not enter the venue.
  • 2). Please make a reservation and answer the Online Medical Questionnaires through the website.
  • *Priority is given to students who have reservations. If you do not make a reservation, during busy periods you may have to wait a long time, or you may not be able to take the medical check-up at that time.
  • 3). Medical check-ups can be taken on any campus.
  • 4). Schedule of the medical check-up may change without notice. Please check the website before turning up for your medical check-up.
  • 5). Please wear clothing that you can remove from your upper body for the chest X-ray examination. Please wear or bring a plain T-shirt and refrain from having any metal fittings, adjusters, prints, beads, buttons, lace, gathers, elastic strings, embroideries, lame materials, undergarments with bra cups, collars, V-neck shirts, or overlapped thick materials.Hospital exam gowns are suspended for preventing infections. Clothing, jewelry, and hair can obscure the X-ray images, and may result a misdiagnosis and an additional examination.
  • 6). Health certificate can be issued from three weeks from the date of examination. If you urgently need a certificate, please make sure to take the medical check-up on the earlier dates.
  • 7). If you do not take a medical check-up at the university during the specified period, you cannot be issued with a health certificate until the medical check-up next year. Costs for medical check-up at other medical institutions and for preparing medical check-up documents will be your responsibility.
  • 8). If you wish use the result of a check-up at another clinic, please call the relevant Health Service Center beforehand. Click here for details.
  • 9). Please call the relevant Health Service Center if you are unable to attend the check-up during the dates because of justifiable reasons, such as hospitalization, studying abroad, taking leave of absence or working at one of the distant research facilities, etc.
  • 10). Those who need special assistance should contact us in advance, as we expect the period to be very crowded.
  • 11). Valuable should be looked after individually during the medical check-up. Please make sure that you do not lose or leave anything behind.

 

Contact:*Replace with @

  • ●Hongo Health Service Center Phone: 03-5841-2579 (ext. 22579)
    • E-mail: hoken-kanri-hongo.adm#gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp 
  • ●Kashiwa Health Service Center Phone: 04-7136-3040 (ext. 63040)
    • E-mail: hoken-kanri-kashiwa.adm#gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp
  • ●Komaba Health Service Center Phone: 03-5454-6180 (ext. 46180)    
    • E-mail: hoken-kanri-komaba.adm#gs.mail.u-tokyo.ac.jp