Shinanomachi Branch

Open hours

Monday-Friday8:30am to 5:00pm

SaturdaysOpen on hospital consultation days (for exposure to blood or bodily fluid only),Closed on non-consultation days

Sundays and HolidaysClosed


Keio University Hospital


1-minute walk from Shinanomachi Station (JR Sobu Line)

5-minute walk from Kokuritsu-kyogijo Station (Toei Oedo Line)

Primary care / Neuropsychiatric care

The Health Center provides internal medicine and neuropsychiatric care for students, faculty, and staff at Shinanomachi Campus. Appointments are required for neuropsychiatric care.

These services are available for the members of the Keio Gijuku Health Insurance Association at Shinanomachi Campus, part-time instructors (Postgraduate Training course/ education [丙] / child-rearing support / bedside learning [丙] / Research Associate (Non-tenured)), the 2nd~6th grade of School of Medicine, the students of Graduate School of Medicine and the 3rd grade of Faculty of Nursing and Medical care.

Please note that Keio Gijuku Health Insurance Association's voluntary continuous insured persons cannot receive these services (excluding students and part-time instructors).

Consultation Schedule

Health Checkups & Other Tests

  • Annual Health Checkup for Faculty and Staff

    The annual health checkup is held every year around September. Those who have had the health checkups at the time of employment are also eligible for the annual health checkup. Those who did not receive a health checkup during the designated period are required to schedule a health checkup and submit the results at their own expense. If you have not completed your health checkup, you may be notified by your department head, the hospital director general, or the dean of the School of Medicine. Health checkups are mandatory and we ask for your help in achieving 100% participation. Also, please be sure to have a chest x-ray once a year.

  • The Specific Health Checkups & the Specific Health Guidance

    Eligible members of the Keio Gijuku Health Insurance association will be notified individually.

  • Health Checkups at the time of employment

    Newly hired faculty and staff who have been notified by the Shinanomachi Office of Human Resources Management are eligible.

  • Health Checkups for Specified Work Employees

    Health checkups for specified work employees are held every year around April. These checkups are intended for those who handle ionizing radiation, work at night, or engage in work that poses a significant risk of contamination by pathogens (direct contact with hospital patients or specimens, work involving animals or animal pathogens).

  • Special Health Examinations & Other Tests

    These checkups are for those who handle ionizing radiation, organic solvents and other specified chemical substances, and pathogens. If you are contacted, please apply as necessary. Click here for a list of substances that require a special health examination.

  • Health Checkups for Tuberculosis Contacts & Other Tests

    These checkups are intended for those who have been exposed to tuberculosis or other pathogens. If you receive information about this checkup, please follow the instructions of the Center for Infectious Disease and Infection Control.

Infectious Diseases & Vaccines

    About Proof of Immunity

  • Epidemic Diseases & Other Designated Infectious Diseases

    As a countermeasure against epidemic diseases such as measles, rubella, chickenpox, and mumps, we ask newly appointed faculty members and those new to Shinanomachi Campus to submit an Infectious Disease History Certificate. Please submit (or upload) a certificate if you are contacted by the Office of Human Resources Management, the Postgraduate Clinical Training Center, or the Office of Student Services.

  • Reporting Infection (when diagnosed at an outpatient clinic or an external medical institution)

    If you have symptoms that may indicate an infectious disease (cough, fever, rash, diarrhea, vomiting, bloodshot or itchy eyes, etc.), do not come to work and go to a medical institution as soon as possible. You will be prohibited from visiting campus if you are diagnosed with an infectious disease such as COVID-19, influenza, infectious enteritis, epidemic keratoconjunctivitis (EKC), measles, rubella, chickenpox, or mumps. In order to return to campus, you will need to provide a work permit written by the doctor who made your diagnosis (some illnesses excluded). If you have been diagnosed with an infectious disease, promptly report this to the Health Center.

  • Report when infected with an infectious disease
  • Vaccinations at Shinanomachi Campus

    Clinic for Infectious Diseases (appointment required, open 8 times a month, Tuesdays and Fridays 11:30-12:00)

    Eligibility Requirements: none

    Appointments: can be made at Outpatient Appointment reception Ext. 62081 (Reception Hours 13:00-16:30)

    Fees: Out-of-pocket

    Health Center Outpatient Vaccinations (appointment required, open once a month (closed during health checkups), first Thursday 9:30)

    Vaccine doses are limited. Please contact us for more details.

    Eligibility Criteria: members of the Keio Gijuku Health Insurance Association at Shinanomachi Campus, part-time instructors (Postgraduate Training coursefellowship training [diagnostic support] / education [丙] / child-rearing support / bedside learning [丙] / Research Associate (Non-tenured))

    Appointments can be made at Health Center reception Ext. 62021 (Reception Hours 8:30-17:00)

    Fees: Out-of-pocket

  • Hepatitis B Vaccinations

    Hepatitis B vaccination is recommended for those who may come into contact with blood or bodily fluids in the course of their work. A booster dose (single dose) is recommended for those whose antibody titer is negative despite having received the primary vaccination series in the past. Booster doses will also be available at the Health Center (around July at the expense of your employer). If you would like to receive one, please apply after receiving further details.

  • Influenza Vaccinations / COVID-19 Vaccinations, etc.

    Those eligible will be notified by the Center for Infectious Disease and Infection Control.

Reporting Exposure to Blood or Bodily Fluids

Faculty and staff are required to report if exposure to blood or bodily fluids occurs. Between 8:30 and 17:00, exposure should be immediately reported to the Health Center. On evenings and holidays, immediately report to emergency care, and confirm any subsequent treatments and follow-up procedures.

First Aid & Rest/Recovery

The Health Center offers basic first aid, recovery couches (napping not allowed), and over-the-counter medications (single doses). If we are unable to offer assistance, we may direct you to another medical institution or outpatient clinic.


If you belong to Shinanomachi Campus, please contact the Office of Mental Health(