Our translators are expensive. Where can I find a cheaper one?
By Melia Yanat, Lingolet Team
Getting a certified medical interpreter is very expensive.
Their qualification level requires a substantial salary, but it is mainly the cost of their intervention that is too heavy for hospitals.
Emergencies require a qualified interpreter who is available day and night and every day. Such a service is unaffordable. Because of the high cost, hospitals do without these indispensable people and jeopardize patients' satisfaction and emotional well-being.
Lingolet breaks the code and allows you to get a certified medical interpreter anytime, anywhere, and in any language. Our costs are wholly reduced because these interpreters work remotely, by traditional call or video call.
We put at your service the best capabilities of the men of technology for a seamless experience.
By excluding our interpreters' travel, we can provide you with a quality service at a price that is much more affordable for any organization or company.
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