Student Periodical health checkup
2021 Academic Year Student Periodical health checkup.
The periodical health checkup is required to be taken by all students as prescribed in the School Health and Safety Act, with the aim of health maintenance and health promotion.
Students who have taken the periodical health checkup for this academic year are able to have a health checkup certificate issued to them. The certificate is effective until the end of the academic year, so please take a health checkup every year.
Measures to Prevent the Spread of Infection
The schedule is subject to change (including cancellation) due to the preventive measures against the spread of COVID-19. Please be sure to check the website of the Health Administration Office for the latest information before coming in for the checkup.Especially, those who need a medical certificate are advised to book an appointment early in the schedule.
- Please be on time for your appointment in order to prevent overcrowding.
- If you are not feeling well (fever, cold symptoms, etc.), please do not come in. You will have to cancel your appointment and schedule a new one.
- Please do not forget to wear a mask when you are in the building.
- At the entrance on the third floor, we will be asking you to disinfect your hands with alcohol-based hand sanitizer and measure your temperature using a non-contact thermometer. We ask you for your cooperation in preventing the spread of infection.
- We will ensure adequate ventilation in the building. Please also maintain social distancing.
- Please refrain from talking in the building.
From April 13, 2021(Tue) to April 28, 2021 (Wed). (Excluding weekends)
Examination days for women are 4/14 (Wed), 4/19(Mon), 4/23 (Fri) and 4/27(Tue).
Appointments can be made starting April 10 (Sat) until April 28 (Wed). There is a limit to the number of appointments that can be made per day.
Appointments are made on a first come first served basis. Please make an appointment as soon as possible. In the latter half of scheduling, we expect difficulties securing appointments and crowding.
２．Items you need to bring with you
1.Your health checkup registration form (printed or on your smartphone):
please make sure to check if there are any changes to the information on the form
*You will not be allowed inside without your registration form.
2. For those who will undergo a chest X-ray：Plain T-shirt
＊T-shirt must not have embroidery, ribbons, pockets, buttons, metal, etc.
Precautions when getting an x-ray *Please be sure to read.
[Note that if you fail to follow the instructions, you will not be able to have an x-ray]
*You may put clothing on over a T-shirt (front opening/button down).
3.Student ID Card (We may check your Student ID.)
On the day of your appointment, you will receive a container and labels for collecting a urine sample. You will not be able to take the test if you lose the container/labels.
The urine test is scheduled in May. Please make sure to check our website for details.
*You need to make an appointment for submitting the urine sample. A university email address is required for booking the appointment.
The urine test will be scheduled on a different date.
Please avoid excessive drinking, excessive eating, and/or strenuous exercise on the day before the examination, as these may affect the results of the examination.
Health Administration office respects LGBT people or sexual minority. If you are worried about group medical examination segregated by sex, please do not hesitate to come to our office or contact us by phone (052-789-3970/4:00pm-5:00pm) or E-mail (email@example.com). We will reschedule for another.
４．Notify of the result
Your checkup results can be viewed on the Automatic Certificate Issuing Machines or on the “Online Booking” page starting in late June.
For research students and those who are unable to use the “Certificate Issuing Machine”, we will send the results of their health checkup in mid-May to the administrative office of your school or graduate school.
５．Regarding those who will take a health checkup off campus
Please turn in a copy of the results of your health checkup to the Health Administration Office. Students from the School of Medicine may turn in these forms to the student affairs section as well. Taking into consideration the necessity of taking health checkup at other medical institutions prior to the university’s periodical health checkup for job hunting etc., it has been decided that the health checkup taken from January through December of this year will be considered to be valid.
However, in that case, the university is unable to issue a health checkup certificate or a medical certificate. (By turning in a copy of the health checkup, we will consider it as having taken this year’s periodical health checkup.)
６．Reservation of WEB
Appointments can be made via computer or smartphone.
On the health checkup day, please bring a downloaded copy of the form on your smartphone or other devises, which you should download after making your reservation.
(Please print out in a A4 paper. We do not accept a photo.)
※Nagoya University ID and password are necessary for a reservation.
However, if you do not have one, please make an appointment after receiving your.
※Please promptly cancel and reschedule your appointment if you discover that you are unable to take an examination on your scheduled day.
Wear a mask when you will come to health check-up.
registration→ download→ printing
[ Additional information ]
We will not be able to respond to inquiries on health checkups during the holidays. Please book your appointment and make necessary arrangements well in advance.
If you are not able to book an appointment for a specific time, please come in with your registration form during our hours of operation.
If you conduct experiment or practical training with radioactive/hazardous materials , you must are subject to special health checkup. You also need to take the periodical health checkup.
Students from the School of Medicine who possess the university faculty and staff member status are not subject to this health checkup.(For those students, please take the employee health checkup on and turn it in to the person in charge of the graduate school.)
Medical Examination FAQ
Q. What will happen if I do not take the periodical health checkup?
A. If you fail to take the examination, for activities that require a health certificate, such as receiving scholarship or job hunting, a medical certificate will not be able to be processed and printed from the certificate issuing machine. Following the health checkup, if any irregularities have been discovered, a reexamination or more detailed examination as well as being referred to an outside medical institution will occur. So be sure to undergo a health checkup for the sake of your own health.
Q. I am a working student. I have been taking a health checkup every year at a company. Do I still have to take a health checkup at the university too?
A. Please turn in a copy of your health checkup results from your workplace to the Health Administration Office in or after June.
Q. What if I made a mistake filling out my personal information when making an appointment?
A. Please consult with your affiliated school administrative office.
Q. Who needs to have a health checkup for special medical checkup?
A. Students who use hazardous or radiational materials in their experiments.
Q. If I was unable to take the health checkup during the scheduled time period, what should I do?
A. There will be no other make up dates. So if you need a medical certificate, please take a health checkup at an outside medical institution and receive the certificate. After completing the health checkup, please turn in a copy of your medical certificate to the Health Administration Office.
Q. What should I do if I am unable to take a health checkup due to illness or injury?
A. Please consult with the Health Administration Office beforehand at 052-789-3970. Contact: If prior to the health checkup period, call during 8:30-16:30. If during the health checkup period, call from 9:00-15:30 at 052-789-3520.
Q. What should I do if I become ill or injured during the examination period?
A. During the examination period, it is not possible to have consultation with the Health Administration Office. Either contact the Health Care Room at the Liberal Arts & Sciences Main Building (052-789-3520) or go directly to a nearby medical institution for consultation. The Health Care Room at the Liberal Arts and Sciences Main Building can refer you to a medical institution close to the university.
Q. I do not want to have x-ray test due to the exposure of x-ray examination due to the exposure of x-ray.
A. The risk of infection is high in your school life, so chest x-ray test is recommended. If you do not have the test, the final report will not be available. When you have the test, you will put on a protecter. If you are pregnant, please tell the staff.
Q. I entered Nagoya University in October and took the x-ray examination during the fall health checkup. Do I have to take the x-ray again during the spring health checkup in April?
A. The school year start in April, student need to take an annual health checkup each school year.
Q. I lost the student ID card and I have applied for reissue. Can I take the health checkup?
A. Please tell the reception on the health checkup day.
Q. I cannot download the health checkup registration form.
A. When you use a PC, Google Chrome may not work. The system accepts Internet Explorer and Firefox. Please try again using a PC with another OS.
Q. My Nagoya University ID is not accepted by the system. During CAS certification, the website page has gone dark or displays “It is taking time”.
A. CAS certification system may not work temporarily. Please try again later or use a different PC.
Q. My smartphone screen is cracked. What should I do?
-I have a screen protector on the screen of the smartphone, so is it okay?
A. Because you will be unable to check in unless the bar code is scanned, please bring a printed copy of the ‘health checkup registration form’.
Explanation: We will read the barcode on the ‘health checkup registration form’ from the smartphone screen using a barcode reader.
Q. I don’t have a smartphone.
A. Please make your reservation in the computer, then print out the ‘health checkup registration form’ and bring it to your health checkup.
Q. May I use a tablet device?
A. Yes, you may.
Explanation: Please open your ‘health checkup registration form’ on the tablet screen, and bring it with you during your health checkup instead of a smartphone.
Q. Where can I check my health checkup results?
A. – You can check the results on your smartphone or print them out from an Automatic Certificate Issuing Machine.