Healthcare Interpreting Services for Medical Clinics
Medical translation and medical interpreting present unique challenges to you when you admit a patient who speaks a different language. Regardless of how severe that patient’s medical problems are, accurate diagnosis and treatment is absolutely necessary. It’s vital for you to be able to communicate adequately with your patients. It’s also vital for you to have a correct understanding of your patients’ medical histories and any medical records you might need to review in treating your patients.
The field of medicine is a highly specialized industry that relies on absolute accuracy in order to ensure the proper diagnosis and treatment of patients. If you work in the healthcare industry, you’re very careful about every piece of information that gets entered into your patients’ charts. The slightest change in wording, or even a small, seemingly insignificant spelling error can have disastrous results for your patients.
All Language Alliance can provide you with the on-site medical translation services you need in order to ensure that you’re able to give your patients the excellent medical care they deserve, and to help your doctors and nurses communicate face to face with a patient or their family members. Our multilingual medical document translation services help the doctors and nurses understand the patient’s medical history.
Statistics show that medical errors are very common when there is a language barrier present. These errors can result in a patient’s death or injury, but they can also result in severe fines or other professional penalties for medical professionals. Avoiding these types of consequences is easy with the use of our medical translation and medical interpretation services. We’re here to provide you with the assistance you need.
For more information, contact our professional language translation company today!
To read our legal translation blog post “The Legal Risks of Using Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) Services for Non-English-Speaking Patients”, click here.