About Find A Doc, the health database for Japan's international community
" Watch our daughter, I gotta make something. "
LaShawn Toyoda had enough about the lack of clear information regarding the vaccine rollout in Japan from governing officials. A few hours later, Find a Doc was born.
This database aims to help keep the international community of Japan informed about critical healthcare services in Japan.
" You can fill the void by citizen action. "
Find a Doc is community-driven with the support of a team of volunteers. Currently, the team is focused on keeping the international community of Japan informed about clinics offering waiting lists for vaccinations to reduce waste.
In the future, we want Find a Doc to help non-Japanese speaking residents of Japan find clinics that offer services in their native language.
Can this information be trusted?
In short, yes, but do your due diligence.
We try to make sure that all links lead to official resources such as clinic and government websites.
Read them thoroughly before registering your personal information with them.
Anyone in the community can submit content to the database.
As a result, is not possible for us to guarantee complete accuracy. If you notice any errors, please report them to moderators.
Our moderators try their best to detect fraudulent information.
However, we strongly encourage you to use your best judgment and do additional research for any services you discover through Find a Doc.