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  1. No.1 How can I make an appointment?

    You can make an appointment via this website(Click here), phone, e-mail, fax, or by visiting our International Healthcare Center.
    For registration, please prepare personal information including patient name, date of birth, contact number, and the reason for consultation before contacting us.

    Every doctor has his/her own and limited clinical schedule, so it is recommended to contact us 1-2 weeks prior to the date of your desired visit.
    Please be advised that it is not possible to make an appointment on the day of the first contact.

  2. No.2 What if I need to see a doctor today?

    If your problem is urgent, please visit the Emergency Center.
    However you may have to wait longer than expected at the ER as there is a priority program for patients depending on the seriousness of the illness.

    If you need to have the consultation today due to personal reasons, we may put your name on the waiting list if there is an available doctor. It may take a long time until your name is called. Please be flexible and patient.

  3. No.3 Can I be helped by an interpreter throughout the tests and treatment?

    The International Healthcare Center can provide interpretation service English, Russian, and Japanese during business hours. However, due to the large volume of patients and the great demand for interpreters, it may not be possible for our interpreters to accompany you all the time.

  4. No.4 Can I get a prescription refill or test only without consultation?

    No. Clinical evaluation has to be preceded all doctors’ orders. Please make an appointment.

  5. No.5 Do I need to come by the International Healthcare Center every time?

    If you are being covered by an overseas insurance including Tricare, you need to come by Int’l Healthcare Center every visit.

  6. No.6 What kind of vaccinations does a traveler need?

    You need to have the doctor’s consultation in order to get vaccinations.
    When you see a doctor, please let the doctor know about where you intend to go, length of stay, and the vaccination information you already have.

    1. Typhoid fever
    2. Hepatitis A
    3. Hepatitis B
    4. Rabies
    5. Tetanus/ diphtheria(Td)
    6. Japanese encephalitis
    These are available in our hospital.
    7. Meningococcal meningitis This is currently unavailable in Korea.
    8. Yellow fever Available at the National Quarantine Station or National Medical Center.