Court Certified On-Site Interpreter with Medical Interpreting Certification: If you need an interpreter for a legal or medical encounter or at any other encounter where meaningful communication is vital to ensure a positive outcome, please call us to ensure that your time and money are not misused and that you and your patient or client can communicate without language, cultural or register barriers. Compliant with Joint Commission’s requirements regarding the use of Certified Medical Interpreters Our interpreters have diverse fields of expertise and are familiar with medical, business and legal terminology. They are also well-versed in the contemporary expressions and cultural nuances of the source and target languages. Our interpreters are active members of NAJIT, - National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators -, and of IMIA,- International Medical Interpreters Association-, to help you communicate quickly, effectively and in compliant with Federal, State, HIPAA and Joint Commission Requirements. Our interpreters provide services at the United States District Courts, State District Courts, Worker's Compensation Courts, Municipal Courts, Social Security Disability Determination and other State and Federal Agencies.
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· 3-way telephone conference · Public Speaking · Medical Encounters · Legal depositions and EUO
· Certified and Notarized Translations of Legal and Official Documents · Medical Records and Vital Documents · Brochures, Catalogs, Technical Manuals · Factory Safety Training and Procedural Manuals · Business, Finance, Insurance, Banking and Real State · Transcription of Audio/Video Files . Translation of documents.
- 60 hrs. “Core Medical Interpreter Training’ Expandable to 100 and 200 hrs that includes College Credit hrs, - 80 hrs. “Medical communication Ambassadors”; a language specific (English-Spanish) Medical Interpreter Course. Visit: How to become a professional medical interpreter.