Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
MEDICAL INTERPRETING TRAINING
As a medical interpreter you can make a difference!
The Language Services Department at Mount Sinai St. Luke's has developed a two day training program to enable participants to acquire basic interpretation skills in the medical setting. Trained volunteer interpreters assist providers to meet the health care needs of our culturally diverse patients.
A trained medical interpreter contributes to better health outcomes, better communication between provider and Limited English Proficiency (LEP) patients, increased clinician and patient satisfaction, and reduced legal risks.
This program meets the requirements of the New York Department of Health and adheres to federal mandates and guidelines on cultural and linguistic appropriate health care.
The training will take place at
Mount Sinai St. Luke's Hospital
both days are from .
Enrollment deadline is .
Interested candidates should contact Maribel Fiol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for a place to study?
The Dean of Studies Office has you covered:
Barnard 406 and 407 will be available from 8am - 11pm, Tuesday,5/2 through Thursday, 5/11 with the exception of Thursday, 5/4, when only Barnard 406 will be available.