Philosophies and basic policies

Our philosophies

  1. We perform safe and secure medical care.
    We provide safety-first medical care, where patients can visit us with ease.
  2. We perform patient-oriented medical care.
    We provide universally user-friendly medical care and respect the rights of our patients.
  3. We perform medical care that is open to the community.
    We provide open medical care that contributes to community development.

 

We aim to become a hospital where local residents and staff can work together to grow based on the above philosophies.

 

Our policies

We will realize the medical care that is needed in the community, in cooperation with our patients and the local residents. To accomplish this purpose, our mission is to conduct safe, secure, and high-quality medical care such as acute-phase medical care, intractable disease care, palliative care, and rehabilitation. We aim to become a part of the Min-Iren brand, taking actions based on the policies stated below.

 

1.To perform safe and secure medical care

2.To perform patient-oriented medical care

3.To perform medical care that is open to the community

 

The Bill of Rights of Our Patients

We hereby pledge that we will work together with our patients to protect and develop these rights.

  1. The right to receive good-quality medical care
    Our patients have the right to equally receive appropriate, good-quality medical care.
  2. The right to freedom of choice
    Our patients have the right to freely choose and change the attending physician and hospital.
    Our patients have the right to seek advice from another physician at any phase of treatment.
  3. The right to self-determination
    Our patients have the right to freely make decisions about themselves.
    Our patients have the right to obtain the information necessary for self-determination.
  4. The right to be informed
    Our patients have the right to be informed regarding the contents of their medical records and certificates of medical remuneration.
    Our patients have the right to obtain information on hospitals, medical care, and welfare.
  5. The right of protection of privacy
    Our patients have the right to have their privacy protected.
  6. The right to receive health education
    Our patients have the right to receive health education.
  7. The right to dignity
    Our patients have the right to have their human dignity protected.
  8. The right to receive religious support
    Our patients have the right to receive religious support.
  9. The right to make complaints
    Our patients have the right to express opinions and complaints against the hospital.
  10. The right to proceed with medical care with us
    Our patients have the right to proceed with medical care with us.