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We provide comprehensive medical
services to ensure that patients and their families are constantly in good
health.



 



Family Medicine is a division of
primary care that provides continuing and comprehensive healthcare including
health promotion and disease prevention for the individual in the context of
the family and the community.
It is a great advantage and
characteristic of the family medicine department to take a holistic approach
considering the spiritual and social aspects of the physical disease.



 


The Department of Family Medicine offers primary care for a variety of
diseases. If you need treatment for complex symptoms, we will link you to the
appropriate specialist department.



 


It is also possible to offer outpatient and inpatient screening and treatment
for health problems that may occur in all age groups such as obesity,
dyslipidemia, metabolic syndrome, growth disorders, anti-aging, osteoporosis,
musculoskeletal pain and adult immunization. Special Clinics such as hair tissue 
mineral
analysis or antioxidant capacity tests are also available.



 



Our Travel Clinic is designed to help
you travel as healthy and safely as possible on your international journey with
traveling advice, prescription for medicines for travel-related diseases, or vaccination,
International immunization certificates and documentation.



 



The Hospice Ward of the
International St. Mary’s Hospital is a nationally designated palliative care facility
and provides high quality medical services.



The Department of Family Medicine
serves as a primary care provider for cancer patients by providing cancer
immunotherapy (mistletoe therapy, high dose vitamin C), cancer pain management,
and hospice care.



What is hospice / palliative care?



Hospice palliative care is a
specialized health care service that improves the quality of life by
alleviating cancer pain and physical, psychological, social, and spiritual
suffering for patients and families with terminal illnesses that are difficult
to treat.



 



Services are provided as follows;



① Pain management and physical care



          
Control of painful physical symptoms such as pain, dyspnea, vomiting, ascites,
edema, insomnia



② Psychological
care



          
Relieving psychological distress such as anxiety, depression, and sadness in
patients and families

③ Social care



          
Identify economic and social difficulties and support available resources



④ Spiritual care



          Assist
the patient and family in finding spiritual support with end-of-life issues



⑤ Care for the end



          
To relieve the physical and psychological distress of the time of death and to
support the family to prepare    



⑥ Bereaved family care



          
To help the family overcome difficulties such as anxiety and depression after
bereavement



 



If you are a patient with terminal cancer
who would like to get hospice care and are unable to receive active treatment,
please visit the Family Medicine Department with medical records and images to get
doctor consultation and admission guidance.