Medical interpreters

 

  • ISO:9001 quality certified
  • Excellent customer service
  • Expertise in more than 120 languages

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Medical interpreters for companies and individuals in Singapore

When you need medical interpreters in Singapore or anywhere in the world, you need to know they’re specialists in your field. How else will you know that they have the same understanding of technical medical concepts that you do? Or that they can render complex medical terminology into the language a patient can understand?

Asian Absolute provides medical interpreting services for doctor-patient consultations, conferences and seminars, research and development and commercial activities. In more than 120 languages. On five different continents.

You’ll be relying on a specially chosen linguist. Someone who not only has experience in your specific field. Whether that’s biotechnology, frontline medical care or marketing the latest medicines. But also the sensitivity and empathy necessary in so many situations involving healthcare and trauma.

Why choose Asian Absolute?

Medical healthcare providers. Medical technology companies. Researchers. Patients. Asian Absolute’s medical interpreting services are used in Singapore and worldwide by a diverse range of clients.

  • Award-winning quality – Asian Absolute’s services are certified as meeting the critical ISO:9001 quality management standard. And the company is an award-winner in the field.
  • Communicate through a situation specialist – meet with your family doctor. Find out exactly what’s going on in an emergency ward. Or provide language support for medical conferences or events you’re hosting. You’ll always be paired with the right type of expert.
  • Understand more than 200 languages with ease
  • Guaranteed confidentiality – the signing of Non-Disclosure Agreements is a standard part of the way we work. Ideal whether you’re dealing with sensitive matters relating to your own health. Or data vital to your company’s commercial future.

Testimonials

Asian Absolute helped FTChinese.com in the challenging task of building a world-class translation service. They provide top quality, personal service.

Financial Times

I was extremely impressed by Asian Absolute’s hard work to complete the project to our high standards and within a very tight timeframe.

Global Witness

Many thanks for your help and also for providing an interpreter for the week, she was absolutely fantastic and a real life-saver!

Guinness World Records

Get the medical interpreters you need for any situation

In medicine and healthcare, clear communication can be the difference between life and death. There is no room for error. That’s why all of Asian Absolute’s medical interpreters in Singapore and around the globe are experts in specific subfields. Do you deliver frontline medical care? Are you a patient needing to visit a specialist? Are you at the cutting edge of biotechnology development?

No matter what, you will only ever be matched with a linguist with the right qualifications and/or experience. This means you can get the language support you need for:

  • Doctor-patient appointments
  • Critical care interactions
  • Marketing and advertising campaigns
  • Lab work, research and interviews
  • Medical conferences and seminars

Discuss your requirements with a specialist 24/7

Find out more about getting the medical interpreting services you need 24/7. Contact us at your convenience to request more information. Or get a free, no-obligation quote at any time.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of medical interpreting services are there?
A medical interpreter can provide language support for you in several different ways:

  1. In-person interpretation – your linguist will be present in the room with you. This has many advantages. Not least, that they can be involved in the conversation. They can see non-verbal cues. And be a real asset for all parties concerned.
  2. Over-the-Phone Interpreting (OPI) – slightly more limited than having your linguist present in person, OPI is still a very convenient alternative. Your language specialist will have to listen carefully for verbal cues though. This is to make up for the fact that they can’t see any body language.
  3. Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) – VRI is, in a sense, the best of both worlds. While still not as good as having your language specialist in the room, they can at least see non-verbal cues. All you need to do is ensure you have the right equipment and software to set this up.

The more your linguist becomes familiar with you, the more they will adjust to your mannerisms and preferences. The reverse is true too. Many of our clients tell us the value they place on having the same medical interpreter to see them through a series of doctor’s appointments, for example.

This remains the same no matter how you choose to have your language support delivered.

When would I need medical interpreters?

There is a broad range of situations where this type of language service is useful. This could include any of the following cases:

  • To make communication between patients and clinicians clear in all areas – from GPs and family doctors to critical care
  • Creating instructional packages for medical equipment
  • Marketing and advertising campaigns
  • Medical conferences and seminars
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