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Sep 4, 2023

Looking for English speaking gynecologist.

Hello If anyone has any information, I would be grateful if you could let me know. My friend (she doesn't understand Japanese at all) is looking for an English-speaking gynecologist. Since she is looking for primary doctors I am thinking that a clinic in town, not a big hospital, would be better. The area we are looking for is around Mito City, Naka City, Hitachinaka City, Tokai Village, and Hitachi City in Ibaraki Prefecture. If anyone knows, please reply. Thank you

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  • genkidesu

    on Sep 5

    Ironically this link is in Japanese, but it has some suggestions for OB/GYN services that can offer English language support: https://www.ibaraki-medinfo.jp/Search/OthersDetails/?hdnSearchKind=2&hdnAreaKind=0&hdnArea=&hdnBaseLat=&hdnBaseLng=&hdnOthers=10 Some of the results include: Mito Red Cross Hospital, 3-12-48 Sannomaru, Mito 310-0011 Phone: 029-221-5177 Ishiwatari Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, 4-21 Kamimito, Mito 310-0041 Phone: 029-221-2553 Iwasaki Hospital, 1664-2 Kasahara-cho, Mito 310-0852 Phone: 029-241-8700

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  • Ykaw

    on Sep 5

    @genkidesu Hello! Thanks so much for the information! I’ll make phone calls!

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  • genkidesu

    on Sep 5

    @Ykaw No problem! Best of luck, hope they can help!

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  • BigfamJapan

    on Sep 16

    Would you consider contacting the International relations department in the Kencho to see if they have a recommended English speaking gyno? I used to work in the Kencho and there were at least two native English speakers in the International Department and they had great resources and information for foreigners living in Ibaraki.

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  • Ykaw

    on Sep 16

    @Saitama Hello! Thank you for the great information! I will visit Kencho and ask them! It’s so good information which they have native English speakers! Thank you so much!

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  • genkidesu

    on Oct 31

    Hope your friend was able to find the help they needed in English!

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