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Health Services

LastUpDate: January 7, 2015
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健康推進課TEL : 076-248-3511 kenkou@city.nonoichi.lg.jp
The Health Center
For your children's healthy growth and your family's good health

Issue of the "Mother and Child Health Handbook"

Once you have a certificate of pregnancy from your doctor, please get a copy of the
Mother and Child Health Handbook from the Health Center. They have copies in English, Chinese, Korean and Spanish. This notebook contains health information and advice
during pregnancy, and is also to record important information about the birth (date and
time, name of the hospital or facility, etc.) as well as details of your baby's inoculations
and growth. Always bring it with you to inoculations and health checks, and please use
it to record your child's health.

Health checks for expectant and nursing mothers

At the same time as you are issued with the Mother and Child Health Handbook you will be given the "Mother and Child Health Guide"; this entitles you to free health checks
during pregnancy and as a nursing mother. Please show it when consulting a doctor at a medical institution within the prefecture.When you have a medical examination out of a
prefecture, you get the expense furtherance.

Infant health checkups

We will look at your child's physical and mental development, and will discuss childcare
with you.
Please have your child's health checked at 1 month and 11 months at a medical
institution within the prefecture. Please show your "Mother and Child Health Guide"
when you see the doctor.

[Health check for 4-month old infants]

Place: The Health Center
Reception time: 13:15~13:45
Details: Physical measurements, consultation with a doctor, childcare advice, baby food
sampling
* The health check will last until around 15:30.

[Health check for 18-month old infants]

Place: The Health Center
Reception time: 13:15~13:45
Details: Physical measurements, consultations with a doctor and dentist, advice on tooth-brushing, childcare advice, nutritional advice
* The health check will last until around 15:30.

[Health check for 3-year olds]

Place: The Health Center
Reception: 13:15~13:45
Details: Physical measurements, consultations with a doctor and dentist, childcare advice, nutritional advice
  • Please check your child's eyesight and hearing ability at home before you come.
  • Please bring a urine sample taken that day.
* The health check will last until around 15:30.

Childhood inoculations

There are two groups of inoculations: mass inoculations given at the Health Center, and individual inoculations given at a medical institution.

Mass inoculations (given at the Health Center)

Polio
Reception: 12:45~13:30
Children covered: Children between 4 months and 7.5 years old.
Notification: When your child is between 3 and 15 months old (separate notifications will be sent out in April and September)
No. of inoculations: Twice

Individual inoculations (given at a medical institution)

Please take the inoculation slip / pre-examination slip and your Mother and Child Health Handbook, and get the inoculation done at a designated medical institution.
Preventative vaccinationChildren coveredTimeNumber of times of vaccination
BCGChildren aged 3 to 6 months(Under 6 months)Throughout the yearOnce (*1)
DPT vaccine
(pertussis, diphtheria, tetanus)
First stage initial vaccinationChildren aged 3 months
(Children under 7 years and 6 months old are accepted)
3 times
(at 20- to 56-day intervals)
First stage additional vaccinationChildren aged 1 year and 6 months
(Children under 7 years and 6 months old are accepted)
Once
Measles
Rubella
First stage1-year-old children
(Children under 2 years old are accepted)
Once
Second stageOlder infants (from the day one year before the date of entering elementary school, to the day before entering elementary school)Once
Third stagePersons equivalent to first-year junior high school students (seventh graders)Once (between FY2008-20012)
Fourth stagePersons equivalent to third-year high school students (twelfth graders)Once (between FY2008-20012)
Japanese encephalitis (*2)First stage initial vaccination3-year-old children
(Children under 7 years and 6 months old are accepted)
2 times
(at 6- to 28-day intervals)
First stage additional
vaccination
4-year-old children
(Children under 7 years and 6 months old are accepted)
Once
Second stage9-year-old children
(Children under 13 years old are accepted)
Once
DT vaccineSecond stage11-year-old children
(Children under 13 years old are accepted)
Once
(*1) Please have your child inoculated at a designated medical institution within the
specified period.
(*2) When your chiid is non-inoculator born in from June 1, 2005 to April 1, 2007,he can inoculate it in a time limit younger than 20 years if you so wish.
 

Health checks

The city holds "Nonoichi Iki Iki Health Checks" (Mass health checks / Health checks at a medical institution). A voucher is sent in mid-May to people entitled to a health check.

the Movie for foreigners in Japan on how to overcome
Pandemic Influenza

The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare posted the English version of the pandemic
influenza movie on the homepage.
Tips for Coping with Pandemic Influenza(MHLW channel)

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