What does a medical translator do?
By Melia Yanat, Lingolet Team
A medical translator is a person who plays a vital role in enabling better understanding and decision-making for foreign or non-native speaking patients concerning health care and all medical assistance.
The medical translator solves language problems, cultural barriers and has an excellent command of medical language and terminology. More specifically, a medical translator is specialized in the health sector and can translate a conversation with members of a healthcare team, explain a diagnosis and treatment, convert documents such as instructions or prescriptions into the desired language.
This way, you can get assistance from the best doctors without worrying about all the other issues, including language, medication, prescriptions, and many others. An excellent medical translation service can avoid many problems, including misdiagnoses that can be irreversible; Get a qualified, certified translator with Lingolet.
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