Indiana off to head start in interpretation policies: State panel makes recommendations for certification

A trip to the emergency room is never planned, and it's rarely pleasant. For those who don't speak English, however, it can be downright bewildering. Imagine trying to communicate the details of your pain or ailment to a nurse or doctor when you can't find the words, or deciphering an important document that needs your signature before treatment can begin. Fortunately, Indiana hospitals and other medical facilities have access to interpretation services-be it through full-time staff members or a dial-up...

 

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