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Foreign doctors at international hospitals 2022/5/20 00:59
Does a US-licensed physician still need a Japanese license if he/she wants to work in an international hospital? I've learned that in most cases, a foreign physician will need to pass the exam, which means ones will need to be able to speak more than native-level Japanese. What if the physician simply wants to treat foreign patients, in a facility that accepts foreign patients?

And I also want to ask if there's any fellowship program in Japan that admits foreign physican?
by DarrenLeciel  

Re: Foreign doctors at international hospitals 2022/5/20 09:38
This is a good read for you...
note the last part.

https://www.reddit.com/r/movingtojapan/wiki/doctor
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