(1) Birth registration
Have the birth registered within 14 days including birthday. Submit a completed form of birth notification, a maternal and child health handbook, and a national health insurance card.
(2) Baby handbook (Fujimi-shi)
A baby notebook is handed when you register a baby birth. You can use it to get information for childcare.
(3) New-born babyfs home visit
Midwife or Public health nurse is visiting your home, advising on childcare
(4) All infantsf homes visit (by member of maternal and health promotion in Fujimi-shi)
Midwife or Public health nurse is visiting home of infant less than four month-old, advising and providing information on childcare
(5) Fujimi-shi Child-rearing Support visits
(Target) Expecting and nursing mothers within nearly one year after birth who are suffering from depression, parenting stress, post partum depression and so on.
EPublic health nurse visits home, consult and advise on birth and child-rearing.
E House keeping assisance by home helper ( some standard for contents, how often and how long)
Fujimi-shi Shogai-Fukushi-ka : tel.049-251-2711
(6)Infant medical checkupE consultation
The city/town provides regular medical checkups for infants as follows. Target babies and children are 4-months, 12-months, 20-months and 42-months old in Fujimi-shi, 4-months, 10 months, 18-months and 3-years old in Fujimino-shi and 4-months, 10-months, 18-months, 2-years old and 3 years-old in Miyoshi-machi. A checkup covers interview, body measurement, medical examination, development check, counseling, and / or dental checkup. You will receive an announcement around 20th of the previous month of each medical checkup.
For periodical immunization, objective disease, objective persons or duration of vaccination is decided by the Preventive vaccination law. Others are voluntary immunization.
Appropriate duration for vaccination differs according to diseases.
Vaccination immunizes children against infectious diseases. This service is free of charge as long as it is held at designated hospitals in targeted ages. Voluntary inoculations are charged. You can get immunization pre-examination slips when you visit city/town hall to register the birth.
As to target age, for example, child eless than two-years-oldf means legally child before two years-old birthday.
Please pay attention that inoculation on birthday is charged.@
(A) Babies and toddlers individual immunization
Target: Two month-old through less than 5 years-old
Frequency of immunization required changes dependent on target ages.
@Two months-old through less than7 months-old (standard inoculation schedule):innoculation four timesitake 3 inoculations at intervals of 27 days and longer or 56 days and less as standard.Take fourth inoculation at intervals of 7 months and longer or thirteen months and less as standard from third inoculation. However, should take second and third ones by less than one year-old and if missed those ones, should not take any more. (Additional inoculation is feasible.)
A7 months-old through less than one year-old: three times (take 2 inoculations at intervals of 27 days and longer or 56 days and less as standard. Take third inoculation at intervals of 7 months and longer or thirteen months and less as standard from second inoculation. However, should take second one by less than one year-old and if missed it, should not take any more. (Additional inoculation is feasible)
B One year-old through less than 5 years-old: innoculation once.
Target: infant less than one year old (two months-old through less than 9 months-old as standard immunization schedule):innoculation three times.
Receive 2 inoculations at 27 days and more interval. Additional inoculation at 139 days or more interval from first innoculation.
Z Pneumococcal vaccine for children
Target: Two months-old through less than 5 years-old
Frequency of immunization required changes dependent on target ages
@Two months-old through less than7 months-old (standard immunization schedule):innoculation four timesitake three times at intervals of 27 days and more as standard by one year-old. Take fourth inoculation during one year-old and one year three month-old, more than 60 days later after third one. However, should take second and third ones by less than two years-old and if missed those ones, should not take any more. And if take second one after one year old, should not take third one/ (Additional innoculation is feasible)
A7 months-old through less than one year-old: innoculation three times itake twice at intervals of 27 days and longer as standard by one year-old. Take third inoculation after one year-old, more than 60 days later after second one. However, should take second one by less than two year-old and if missed that one, should not take any more.j
B One year-old through less than two years-old: innculation twice ( take second inoculation at more than 60 days interval after first)
C Two years-old through less than 5 years-old: innoculation once.
ZDPT| IPV (Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus|Inactivated polio vaccine) mixed
Three-months-old through less than 7 years and six-months-old: innoculation three times for first term initial (take at more than 20 days to 56 days interval as standard)
Additional inoculation for first term:once (take at more than six month later after last inoculation of initial one, one year `@one year and 6 months as standard)
Target age group: Baby less than one- year -old.
Take one inoculation.
Z Measles, Meals Rubella Both mixed
Z Checkenpox (Varicella)
First termF take inoculation once for children of one through less than two years-old
Second termFtake inoculation once during one year before entering elementary school.)
Target age: one through three years-old
Inoculation: take inoculation twice at intervals of three months and longer or six months through one year-old as standard
¦ Those who have already gotten chickenpox are excluded.
Z Japanese encephalitis (First term)
Target age: six months through less than 7 and half-years-old (recommended from three years old). Frequency of vaccination required is three
First term, initial: twice (at intervals of 6 days and longer, or less than 28 days as standard.)
(B) Elementary school, junior and senior high school students' immunization (at medical institutions)
Z Japanese encephalitis (second term)
Target age group: Nine through less than 13 years-old.
Each one inoculation required.
Number of immunization for Japanese encephalitis may be not enough for the followings. Check your maternity passbook and have immunization upon consultation with your family doctor. @
@Those who were born on April 2, 2007 to October 1, 2009: Lacked number of immunization can be taken from 9 years to 12 years old. (You should be 9 years old at the time of immunization.)
AThose who were born on April 2, 1998 to October 1, 2007: Lacked number of immunization can be taken as a regular immunization before the date of your 20th birthday.
ZDiphtheria & Tetanus
Target age group: 11 through less than 13 years old
Each one inoculation required
Z Vaccination of cervical cancer (Optional vaccination)
¦ Aggressive inoculation of this vaccine is not recommended as of end of February, 2018
Target age: Sixth grader of elementary school through first grader of senior high school students (female)
Frequency of vaccination required is three times. There are two kinds of vaccine and interval of vaccination changes dependent to vaccine. You can choose either vaccine but must vaccinate the same one three times.
EBivalent vaccine ( cervarix)
Immunization schedule: take inoculation twice at interval of one month as standard, and third one at intervals of six months after first inoculation.
EQuadrivalent vaccine ( gardasil)
Immunization schdedule: take inoculation twice at intervals of two months, and third one at intervals of six months after first inoculation.
(C)When a child cannot receive inoculations?
A child cannot take inoculations in the following cases. Having a high temperature above 37.5 degree centigrade; suffering serious acute disease; having anaphylactic hypersensitivity. If you miss immunization due to long time recovering for medical treatment of disease such as leukemia, please contact us.
Fujimi-shi Kenkozoshin CenterFtel.049-252-3771
Fujimino-shi Hoken CenterFtel.049-293-9045,049-264-8292 (Immunization)
Miyoshi- machi KekouZoushin-ka KenkouShien-tantoFtel. 049-258-0019