To prevent COVID-19 spreading, please refrain from visiting Tokyo Metropolitan Testing and Counseling Office(Shinjuku) when you have symptoms such as cough and fever.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Tokyo Metropolitan Testing and Counseling Office(Shinjuku) [TMTCO(Shinjuku)] is open weekday evenings and on Saturdays and Sundays.
Syphilis testing is offered every day along with HIV testing.
At the TMTCO(Shinjuku), blood collection, communication of test results, and counseling are conducted in separate rooms. A person who undergoes testing/counseling will only see doctors, nurses, and counselors in those rooms. Thus, their privacy will be completely protected.
【What is personal information?】
Personal information is personally identifiable information provided to the Tokyo metropolitan government and the Tokyo Medical Association through this website.
【About collection of personal information】
The Tokyo metropolitan government and the Tokyo Medical Association collect personal information through this website only when that information is provided by users of their own free will. The reason for collecting personal information is clearly indicated before collection. Personal information is collected to the extent necessary to achieve the indicated purpose.
【Limited use of personal information】
Personal information provided by users will be used only for the purpose clearly indicated in advance. It will never be used for purposes other than the indicated purpose of collection by the said implementing agency (*) or provided to parties other than the said implementing agency, except as specified in the bylaw on protection of personal information.
*On this website, the implementing agency means the governor of Tokyo and the president of the Tokyo Medical Association who handle personal information.
【Management of personal information】
Collected personal information will be strictly managed by the website manager and appropriate measures will be implemented to prevent leakage, misuse, or alteration.
This website was developed with cooperation from the research project, Developing a multilingual model toward improving access to HIV testing and medical services, funded by Health and Labor Sciences Research Grants.