Reopening of Tatebayashi Kosei General Hospital

On March 24, a doctor working at Tatebayashi Kosei General Hospital was found to have been infected with COVID-19. Since then, efforts have been made to prevent the spread and recurrence of COVID-19 infection. Health observation and PCR testing of those who had close contact with the patient have been completed, and it has been confirmed that there are no new infection cases and that there are no issues with infection prevention measures taken under prefectural guidance.

As a result, medical services will resume in stages from Monday, April 13 as follows.

Reopening of Tatebayashi Kosei General Hospital

  • Outpatient care: resumed for patients with appointments first. Services for patients without appointment other than emergency referral patients and first-time patients continue to be limited.
  • Emergency care: resumed mainly for patients brought by ambulance and emergency referral patients.
  • Inpatient care: resumed mainly for patients scheduled for inpatient treatment and referral patients from emergency units.
  • Full medical checkup, specified medical checkup, and medical checkup: suspended for the time being.

If you have any other questions, please contact us at the following number.

  • For inquiries for consulting a doctor only:0276-76-8006・8007・8031・8032
    (Weekdays: 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.)
  • Full medical checkup inquiries and other inquiries:0276-72-3140(Main Line)

Message from One City and the Five Towns

The one city and five towns respect human rights of healthcare professionals who protect the lives and health of patients while their family and they themselves are at risk of infection.

“While you hate coronavirus, do not hate people, and do not hurt people.”

We ask the local residents for understanding and cooperation.

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