Celebrating 100,000 visitors viewing our homepage since October 2013

Thank you for your support and interest in our clinic. We have reached 100,000 visitors viewing our homepage today (October 9th, 2013-December 13th, 2015). On average, 125  viewers have been visiting us daily. We truly value your kind support on this matter.

In 2016, we will be extending our services into the field of Psychiatry. The details of service will be released on this homepage as soon as possible.

We look forward to serving you even better in 2016. Happy Holidays

ATTN Healthcare workers: Opportunities to work and study with us may become available so please check our “Reasons to choose ACT” section.

Fourth generation HIV testing is now available

Fourth-generation tests are called combined antigen/antibody tests. They test for both HIV antibodies and p24 antigen. Testing for p24 detects some cases of HIV infection before antibodies are produced, shortening the window period in which people may test negative despite having an infection. Please contact our office for details.

Make sure your family is up-to-date!

Make sure your family is up-to-date on vaccinations. Most vaccines (domestic and import) are available at our clinic. Call us and find out.

Polio (Imovax), Tdap (Boostrix), HPV (Gardasil), Meningitis (Menactra).
Measles & Rubella, Mumps, Varicella (Chicken pox), Hepatitis B (Heptavax)

International students must comply with state regulations requiring proof of immunization against certain communicable diseases. Immunization requirements in the US are strict and may differ significantly from other countries.

10000 visitors to our website!

We’d like to thank our 10000 visitors since the launch of our website! We would also like to thank you for all the phone calls, emails and visits. It has been a pleasure serving you and we hope to serve you even better in the months to come. Your kind support is highly appreciated. Thank you!

Are you experiencing seasonal allergies?

Japanese cedar “sugi” (Cryptomeria japonica) is one of the major causes of seasonal allergies. Its pollen is one of the most potent known and may cause severe symptoms; stuffy and/or runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing. In Tokyo, one out of four people are believed to suffer from this allergy. The pollens are typically present from the end of January until May. Residents of Tokyo who have been exposed are at higher risk of developing seasonal allergies.