Best health care facilities for student of Doshisha University

Student Health Center

Seeing a Doctor / Health Examination

If you feel at all unwell, examination and treatment (internal medicine only) is available through the Health Center, at locations on both Campuses. When you visit the Center, please bring your Student ID Card and National Health Insurance Certificate (valid for the insured person only).
The Health Center operates periodical health examinations on both campuses in April each year. Please be sure to take these examinations in order to keep healthy during your time as a Doshisha student.
The Center also offers consultation on health-related matters: please do not hesitate to seek advice at an early stage.

Location of Health Center

Kyotanabe Campus

Behind the staff car park, on the right as you enter the South gate of the campus.
Telephone : +81-774-65-7390

Imadegawa Campus

2F West, Kambaikan
Telephone : +81-75-251-3100

Mental Health Care

The Counseling Center offers students a cooperative helping hand to discuss and reflect on a variety of problems encountered in everyday student life (such as study issues, interpersonal relationships, psychological concerns, dilemmas and disputes) . Please feel free to come and see us whenever you encounter problems.

Location of Counseling Center

Kyotanabe Campus

North end of Level 1, Lounge building
Telephone : +81-774-65-7415

Imadegawa Campus

Level 1 North, Taishinkan building
Telephone : +81-75-251-3275

※Mental health consultations are also available by appointment at the Counceling Center.

If by chance you suffer an illness or injury that requires hospitalization,
please be sure to inform the Office of International Students.

“NO, Absolutely No!”to Drug abuse!

In Japan, Drug possession and abuse are prohibited, and penalty against those drug users are severe.

  1. Drug (Cannabis / Marijuana, Heroin, Cocaine, Stimulant, LSD) abuse damages the central nervous system and messed up your mind and boy, which affect upon your health and study life. Drug abuse and possession are prohibited in Japan. There is always the possibility that someone around you will tempt you to abuse drugs, but you must refuse the experiment, and have courage to say ‘No’.
  2. The booklet ‘Drug Abuse Prevention Supplementary Reader’ is available around campus. English versions of the booklets are distributed at Center for Japanese Language and Culture. Please refer to the booklet to obtain a proper understanding of Drug abuse.

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