Ep036 Review facility policy and state mandates prior to agreeing to serve as an interpreter for staff or primary health care providers

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  • To be clinically appropriate medical interpreter, you must have appropriate credentials
  • This is important because medical jargon is very different from fluency in a language, therefore competency and knowledge of specific medical jargon in various languages must be verified prior to the facility being able to say one is an official medical interpreter

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