Guidance of regional patrol medical welfare consultation

1. Medical welfare consultation meeting

Medical social workers, doctors, public health nurses, and other medical professionals form teams to hold regional traveling medical and welfare consultation meetings on holidays, in principle, to provide necessary medical and welfare advice to local at-home patients and their families. and guidance.

2. Telephone Consultation (Medical and Living Hotline)

Medical social workers and other medical social workers respond to telephone consultations from patients and their families and provide necessary advice and guidance for medical welfare.
If you have a sudden illness and do not know what to do, or if you have problems with nursing care, please feel free to contact us. We also accept consultations from related organizations and people in various occupations.

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This page is in charge of Personnel Planning Section, Medical Personnel Division, Medical Policy Department (03-5320-4441) am.

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