Interpreters would work in a medical setting interpreting information for patients as they are processed through Good Samaritan Health Services medical clinic, including interpreting medical information between the patient and health care providers. Patient information is confidential and interpreter must agree to maintaining patient confidentiality as we adhere to HIPPA laws and regulations.
When interpreting for medical issues, avoid assuming a diagnosis based on symptoms. The interpreter is not there as a medical professional. Relay only the details that are told to you, do not speculate on what the patient may be trying to communicate.
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Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Four Hours the 1st & third Thursday of the month