Hospital Name:

京都府立医科大学附属病院 (Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine Hospital)

Address:

〒602-8566 京都府京都市上京区河原町通広小路上る梶井町465
465 Kajii-cho, Kawaramachi-dori Hirokoji-agaru, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto 602-8566

 

Review of Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine Hospital

I recommend dermatology, but not cardiology (Rating: 1/5)

Age & Gender: 50s, Male

Content: The dermatology department provided good care during a previous surgery, but the cardiology department’s response was not satisfactory.

 

Too long from examination to results (Rating: 3/5)

Age & Gender: Female (not the patient herself)

Content: It took over a month to get the results of my mother’s breast cancer examination. The hospital might be crowded, but the waiting time is too long.

 

Kyoto Prefectural Medical University Hospital (Rating: 5/5)

Age & Gender: 50s, Male

Content: Received lung cancer treatment and was very satisfied with the thorough and reassuring care provided by the doctors.

 

Very good experience (Rating: 4.5/5)

Age & Gender: 30s, Female

Content: Was urgently transferred to the hospital during late pregnancy and underwent a cesarean section. The doctors and midwives were very supportive.

 

Lack of delicacy in the way the male doctor spoke about mole removal (Rating: 1/5)

Age & Gender: 40s, Female

Content: The male doctor’s response during a consultation for mole removal on my face lacked delicacy.

 

Lack of delicacy (Rating: 1/5)

Age & Gender: 40s, Female

Content: Felt dissatisfied with the doctor’s response in the dermatology department.

 

Polite response (Rating: 4.5/5)

Age & Gender: 40s, Female

Content: Visited for a sebaceous cyst and felt reassured by the doctor’s thorough explanation.

 

Endometriosis (Rating: 4/5)

Age & Gender: 30s, Female

Content: Visited due to swelling and pain in the lower abdomen. Eventually transferred to a university hospital and received appropriate treatment.

 

Pediatric inpatient ward (Rating: 1/5)

Age & Gender: 1-3 years old, Female (not the patient herself)

Content: Dissatisfied with the nursing staff’s response during a pediatric hospitalization.

 

Reassuring (Rating: 5/5)

Age & Gender: 30s, Female

Content: Received treatment in the obstetrics and gynecology department and felt reassured by the good care provided by the doctors and staff.

 

 

Overall Review

The reviews for Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine Hospital vary, with both positive and negative feedback. Dermatology, in particular, has mixed reviews, with some patients expressing dissatisfaction with the doctors’ responses. On the other hand, obstetrics, gynecology, and lung cancer treatment have received high praise for the staff’s careful and reassuring support. Overall, the impression is that patient satisfaction greatly depends on the interaction with doctors and staff. Prioritizing communication and providing careful responses seem crucial for patient satisfaction.

 

 

Phone Number:

075-251-5111

 

Operating Hours:

Mon-Fri: 8:45 AM – 11:00 AM

 

Website:

Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine Hospital (English)

 

Medical Departments and Languages:

All the following departments support English:

  • Emergency
  • Internal Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry
  • Dermatology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Urology
  • Orthopedics
  • Ophthalmology
  • Otorhinolaryngology
  • Obstetrics
  • Gynecology
  • Dentistry

 

 

Accepted Credit Cards:

VISA, MASTER, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

 

Access:

  • From JR “Kyoto Station (Front)”: Take city bus lines 4, 17, or 205 (bound for Shijo Kawaramachi or Kitaoji Bus Terminal) and alight at “Furitsu Ika Daigaku Byoin-mae”.
  • From Hankyu Railway “Kawaramachi Station”: Take city bus lines 3, 4, 17, or 205 and alight at “Furitsu Ika Daigaku Byoin-mae”.
  • From Keihan Railway “Sanjo Keihan Station”: Take city bus lines 37 or 59, or Kyoto Bus lines 21, 23, 41, or 43 and alight at “Furitsu Ika Daigaku Byoin-mae”.
  • From Keihan Railway “Jingu Marutamachi Station”: A 10-minute walk.
  • From Keihan Railway “Demachiyanagi Station”: A 15-minute walk.