How Does Medical Translation Services Work?
By Elodie Charvet, Lingolet Team
The translation is difficult.
In many cases, words have no one-to-one equivalents across languages, but medical translation simply must be painstakingly accurate as imprecision can endanger lives.
Patients put their health in the hands of not only caregivers but also medical translators, all of whom must complete their jobs accurately and competently.
Life-saving care requires fast and accurate translation In healthcare, speed can make the difference between life and death, and sometimes the medical translation is necessary to move forward with a crucial procedure.
At Lingolet, our certified translators are available 24/7. Lingolet keeps your medical data confidential With secure servers, the latest in encryption technology, and strong NDAs for all their translators, Lingolet is dedicated to safeguarding medical data.
They adhere strictly to HIPAA and other patient confidentiality laws and regulations. Rest assured your medical data will be safe.
Learn more about medical translation:
Why are medical translation errors unacceptable, and how can they be avoided
Is there a difference in medical language between Quebec French and French from France?