About Us

The Hokkaido Social Service Association (Kyokai in Japanese) Toya Hospital, long affectionately known as Toya Kyokai Hospital, by the local community was established in 1930, and is now a public hospital in Japan.
The hospital is part of the Hokkaido Social Service Association, including six other members in Hakodate, Otaru, Yoichi, Iwanai, Obihiro, and Furano.
With its newly constructed facility built in 2003, the hospital strives to dedicate its professional experience to improve the health and welfare of the community.

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Director M.D., Ph.D. Tetsu Oura

Corporation of Social Welfare Hokkaido Social Service Association Toya Hospital /Toya Kyokai Hospital
Address: 126 Takasago-cho, Toyako-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido, Japan
Zip code: 049-5605
Telephone: +81-142-74-2555
Facsimile: +81-142-74-2665
Inquiry: Contact form

Our Services
Clinical Departments
Located at Lake Toya, or Toyako, which is one of the most popular places to visit in Hokkaido, we accept travelers at any time. For a smooth consultation, if you are receiving any medical treatment, please prepare a record of your medication before you see a doctor. For illnesses and injuries that require more specialized diagnoses, we will refer you to specialists at other hospitals.
  • Internal Medicine/Gastrointestinal
  • Surgery
  • Orthopedics
  • Rehabilitation
  • Pediatric Care
  • Urology
  • Anesthesiology
  • Dentistry and Oral
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In-house rapid diagnostic tests and examinations

Our medical laboratory is equipped with the latest medical technology and well-trained technologists for rapid diagnostic tests.
We are sorry; we DO NOT provide COVID-19 tests or certificates.

Imaging tests and endoscopy
We offer X-ray, CT, MRI, and ultrasound images for a more reliable diagnosis. Radiologists and clinical laboratory technicians use various imaging equipment to provide visual information that is necessary to identify and/or evaluate diseases.
Endoscopy is also essential for accurate diagnosis. Experienced doctors use an endoscope for a closer look at the internal organs.
Our technicians and doctors make an effort to not burden the patient's body in any test.
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Rehabilitation
We offer rehabilitation therapy to outpatients and inpatients. Our teams of therapists, such as physical, occupational, and speech, work together with doctors and nurses to rehabilitate and heal the patient's disability as much as possible. The team's common objective is to maximize the patient's remaining physical abilities and to become physically, mentally, and socially independent. _K8A9026.jpg
Dialysis Treatment

We offer fully equipped rooms with 25 beds, experienced doctors, well-trained nurses, and medical engineers who are particularly versed in the use of dialysis devices. In addition to regular dialysis treatment, we build shunts and offer medical examinations to detect defects as early as possible. We also focus on nutritional guidance by registered dietitians and strive to prevent foot lesions through foot observation.

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For Outpatients

Our skilled doctors and nurses provide professional and appropriate medical care to patients with high levels of satisfaction. With their sincere aspirations, the staff strive to provide reassurance to all patients.

Doctors' availability for outpatients

Doctors' availabilities vary from day to day.

Departments Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

Internal

Medicine

8:30 am to 11:30 am

Akamatsu

Miyamoto

Kasuga

(By appointment only)

Nagaoka

Part-time Physician

(Sapporo Cardio Vascular Clinic)

Kasuga

Nagaoka

Akamatsu

Nagaoka

Akamatsu

Miyamoto

1:30 pm to

3 pm

Kasuga

(By appointment only)

Nagaoka

Kasuga

Nagaoka

Nagaoka

Gastrointestinal Medicine

8:30 am to 11:30 am

Akamatsu

Miyamoto

Nagaoka

Kasuga

Nagaoka

Onodera

(Examinations)

Akamatsu

Nagaoka

Akamatsu

Miyamoto

1:30 pm to

3 pm

 

Nagaoka

Nagaoka

Nagaoka

 
Surgery

8:30 am to 11:30 am

Oura

Yoshida

Oura

Yoshida

Oura

         
Orthopedics

8:30 am to 11:30 am

Oura

Yoshida

Oura

Yoshida

Part-time Orthopedic Doctor

(By appointment only)

Oura
         
Rehabilitation

8:30 am to 11:30 am

Nagaoka   Nagaoka  

Pediatrics

※1

     

1 pm to 3 pm

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Every

1st, 3rd, 5th

Wednesday

2 pm to 4 pm

Ooshika Ooshika

Every 1st, 3rd, 5th Wed

Ishihara

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Every 2nd, 4th Wed

Ooshika

Ooshika Ooshika
Urology

8:30 am to

11 am

Part-time Urologist

(Sapporo Medical University)

     

1:30 pm to

3 pm

Part-time Urologist

( Sapporo Medical University)

Dentistry and Oral

(By appointment only)

8:30 am to 11:30 am

Hiratsuka

Jin

Hiratsuka

Jin

Hiratsuka

Jin

Hiratsuka

Jin

Hiratsuka

Jin

1:30 pm to 3:30 pm

※1 Dr. Ooshika 1 pm to 3 pm・Dr. Ishihara 2 pm to 4 pm (Every 1st, 3rd, 5th Wednesday)

Dialysis for Travelers
We offer fully equipped rooms with 25 beds, experienced doctors, well-trained nurses, and medical engineers who are particularly versed in the use of dialysis devices. We are always happy to help visitors from abroad who need hemodialysis treatment during their stay in Toya. To ensure that you can receive treatment, we would like you to contact us before your departure. IMG_8077.jpg
Emergency

Our emergency services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Ambulance acceptance: All hours

Immediate action is required in the event of an emergency. We have an ambulance acceptance capability. Our professional emergency team provides timely treatment, and we have extensive linkages with other hospitals if specialized care is needed.

About Inpatient Hospitalization
We sincerely contribute to the care of patients recovering from their medical conditions. A common goal in all our wards is to provide patients with excellent medical and nursing care and help them return to their daily lives as soon as possible. _K8A9733.jpg
Wards for Inpatient Hospitalization
Wards are classified as medical treatment, recuperation, and rehabilitation therapy. _K8A9788.jpg
Acacia Ward(5th floor)

The ward is open to patients who receive general internal medicine treatment and acute or chronic treatment for surgical and oral surgical diseases. Patients with intractable neurological diseases, impaired consciousness, and severe disabilities are also hospitalized here.

Suzuran Ward(4th floor)

This is a specialized ward for patients who need recovery rehabilitation due to a decline in physical function caused by cerebrovascular disease or injury. Patients receive intensive and effective rehabilitation to improve their daily lives, return to their homes, and avoid becoming bedridden.

Lilac Ward(2nd floor)

Patients who undergo dialysis treatment and need recuperation and rehabilitation after internal medicine or surgery are hospitalized here. To prevent further deterioration in patients' conditions, it is also important to avoid overlooking foot lesions, which are often found in dialysis patients.

Hamanasu Ward(1st floor)

Patients in this ward are hospitalized until they are ready to return home or to nursing facilities while continuing rehabilitation and recuperation. We emphasize the prevention of syndromes to avoid complications. In addition, we create an environment for patients' lives and respect their dignity and rights as a person.

Language Support
Our language support staff do their utmost to ensure that interactions with foreign patients proceed with as much ease as possible. They are available from 8:20 to 17:00 on weekdays. Due to the limited availability, we would appreciate you bringing your own interpreter, if possible. _K8A9900.jpg
Available Language with Language Support Assistants

English

Available Language with Electronic Translation and Interpretation Devices

English, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Thai, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, German, Malay, Burmese, Khmer, Mongolian, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Nepali, Indonesian, and Hindu

Available Language with Video Remote Interpreting Service

English, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Vietnamese, Russian, Thai, Tagalog, and Nepali

FAQ
  • Can I pay by credit card?
  • Yes, you can. We accept JCB, American Express, Diners Club International, Discover, Union Pay, Jaccs, Visa, and Mastercard.
  • Is there an ATM in the hospital?
  • Sorry, we do not have one.
  • Can I pay through travel insurance?
  • We are afraid not. All patients who do not have the Japanese National Health Insurance Card must pay at their own expense. However, you can claim the cost by handing in your receipts and medical reports (charged) to your insurance companies when you are back in your home country.
  • Do we receive medical reports in our language?
  • We regret to inform you that we issue them only in Japanese. However, so far, all insurance companies receiving claims submitted by our patients have accepted our Japanese language reports.