Nagoya City Public Health Centers

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Public Health Centers are governmental agencies responsible for public health, but they do not provide medical treatment themselves. Each ward has one Public Health Center, the main duties of which are to provide medical and dental advice (for mothers and children, adults, and the elderly); control infectious diseases; provide vaccinations (except for those required for international travel); ensure environmental sanitation; prevent noise and odor pollution; undertake inspections to prevent food poisoning; and control the cat and dog population.

You can find a full up-to-date list of health centers in the Nagoya Living Guide (An official Nagoya City publication). You can download your PDF copy from here, or you may obtain a hard copy from your local ward office or at the NIC (pending availability).

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