Currently in the United States Here is a theoretical question for something that I have been considering. Please note, that I'm just a student that's interested. I don't have dead set plans or anything, just questions right now. I have wondered how can a practicing doctor be able to work in Japan, anywhere in Japan. I've heard it is very difficult but not impossible. Let's say that I've completed necessary education to become a doctor in the US and have obtained N1 level Japanese proficiency.
'Doctor Who' Fandom In Japan Has Definitely Regenerated
Getting sick in Japan can be frightening and frustrating. Here is some useful information and language help for the next time you go to your local hospital. Being ill in a foreign country can be uncomfortable and frustrating at best and downright frightening at worst. When you are throwing up or in pain, the last thing you want to deal with is navigating a language barrier and unfamiliar customs. Luckily, a little knowledge and preparation can go a long way towards making the process as painless as possible. Not much good came out of my battle with chronic illness in Japan , but one thing that did was a long and useful list of new vocabulary plus the cultural understanding to help other people when they get sick. Below is a brief explanation of the Japanese healthcare system, some lingo to help you out and some useful health resources to check out.
Too Few Female Doctors: Japan Ranks Last Among OECD Nations
Medical facilities are generally clean and modern with helpful staff. There are relatively few GPs and family doctors — rather, most doctors are specialists in a particular field of medicine. The most common specializations include otolaryngology ear, nose and throat , internal medicine and dermatology. When you are sick or injured it is necessary to choose a facility that specializes in the right area of medicine for your condition.
LinkStaff, a leading company of doctor referral service in Japan. We have built up a great deal of trust with doctors and medical institutions through our doctor referral service, inherited and start medical practice support services, etc. Social contribution through business.