With an ocean view dialysis ward and fully equipped rehabilitation ward, The First Southern Atami Hospital offers hospitalized dialysis and long-term medical care.

The First Southern Atami Hospital

Located east of the Izu Peninsula in Japan overlooking beautiful oceans and mountains, Minami Atami Daiichi Hospital has offered a range of comprehensive medical services including preventive care, diagnosis, treatment of complications, and social rehabilitation.
Relocating to a new building in 2005, having excellent access to Ajiro station on the JR Ito line, we, as a community-based hospital, always commit to providing advanced medical care and hearty service with extensive facilities and experienced staff.
“Relief and Comfort” is our constant aim for our patients, supporting comfortable long-term treatment and also achieving their mental as well as physical recovery.

For patients who wish to consult us due to fever or cold

We are currently focusing on infectious disease control measures to prevent nosocomial infection due to COVID-19.

If the following applies to you, please contact the Consultation Center set up at public health center in each prefecture for “Recent returnees from abroad and persons who have had a close contact with a potential carrier of COVID-19” before visiting our hospital and consult the medical institution designated by the ministry.

  1. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
    -You have cold symptoms and fever.
    -You have intense fatigue and/or shortness of breath.
  2. You have entered Japan from abroad within the past two weeks.

Consultation Center at Atami Health Center

Tel: 0557-82-9125Weekdays, 8:30am to 5:15pm

Tel: 090-3309-6707except the above consultation days/hours

Other consultation desk regarding COVID-19

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare

Tel: 0120-565653Everyday, 9:00am – 9:00pm

Shizuoka prefectural office

Tel: 054-221-8560 / 054-221-3296Weekdays, 8:30am – 5:00pm

Greeting from Director of Our Hospital

South Atami faces Sagami Bay, and you can reach the beach in a 1-minute walk. It is a scenic place where you can feel the sea breeze and the sound of the waves. The corona pandemic, which caused disasters in the world, changed the concept of medical care. The fact is that medical practice can be the epicenter of a plague. While medical care is highly fragmented, it reminds us of the importance of thorough basic infection control measures, but the medical environment is also important. Although there are few new infections in Shizuoka Prefecture, there is a tendency for them to occur frequently in the inland areas of the western region. The eastern region can be said to be a relatively clean environment with natural ventilation blessed with oceanic characteristics. Our hospital operates a hospital with thorough hygiene management in a spacious space. Regionally, there are many patients with cardiovascular diseases derived from lifestyle diseases, renal failure resulting from renal dysfunction, deterioration of quality of life due to cognitive decline, bedridden, etc., and we provide as much hospitality and rehabilitation as possible. We provide medical treatment, specialty in treating and managing complications, and dialysis therapy rooted in advanced individual prescriptions. There are many elderly people, and in the wonderful environment of South Atami, we would like to aim for medical care that is close to the patient and that is friendly to the patient.

Ueda, Syuitsu

Director of Minami Atami Daiichi Hospital

Access to Our Hospital

By Japan Railways (JR)

Change at Atami station on the JR Tokaido Line to the JR Ito Line.
Get off at Ajiro Station and you will see our hospital around 4 minutes on foot.

By Car

・From Tokyo
Atsugi Interchange on the Tomei Expressway -> Odawara Atsugi Road -> Route 135 via Manazuru Road/Atami Beach Line to our hospital

・From Nagoya
Numazu Interchange on the Tomei Expressway or Nagaizumi Numazu Interchange on the Shin-Tomei Expressway -> Izu-Jukan Expressway (Higashi-Surugawan Kanjo Road) -> Nekkan Road -> Route 135 toward Ito and Shimoda to our hospital

Our Doctors

Nephrology Dr. Ueda, Syuitsu
Internal Medicine Dr. Kuroki, Goro
Urology Dr. Imai, kyoichi
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Clinical Department

Specialty

  • Internal Medicine
  • Nephrology
  • Neurology
  • Urology
  • Orthopedics
  • Rehabilitation
  • Dialysis
  • Dermatology
  • Cardiology

How to consult us

How to consult u
Consultation Hours
Please fill in the questionnaire and submit it to the reception attached with your insurance card.
Please indicate your insurance card at the beginning of every month.
Please note you may have a long waiting time without reservation.
Please contact us if you need to change your reservation.

Reception Hours

Monday to Friday9:00am – 11:30am

2:00pm – 4:30pm

Consultation Hours

Rehabilitation Ward

Our physical therapists implement a rehabilitation program built for individuals teaming up with specialists from each medical field that consequently improves the physical function of each patient.
A distinguishing feature of our rehabilitation program is that we actively incorporate renal rehabilitation therapy under the guidance of our nephrologist to lead our patients with kidney disease or undergoing dialysis improving their kidney functions.
Passionately committed to providing an environment in which patients can engage in rehabilitation without strain or anxiety and supporting them and their families to be able to sustain their hope and purpose in their lives, we put forth our best efforts day by day.
Please visit us when interested in our rehabilitation ward.

Clinical Engineering Department

It is our responsibilities to offer our patients with stable and safe medical care services by performing daily maintenance management for dialysis equipment and other relevant apparatus. We engage in online HDF and Intermittent Infusion HDF with thoroughly quality management and purification of dialysis fluid
Committed to providing better medical care to patients in a close cooperation with doctors, nurses, physical therapists, registered dietitians and case workers, dialysis patients who come around this area for work or travel are also welcome at any time.