MEDICAL TRANSLATION SERVICES
The medical and healthcare industry is one of the largest and fastest growing segments of the economy. From individual providers and Health Management Organizations (HMOs) to insurance companies, government agencies, and a plethora of related ancillary and support services, the industry comprises nearly 18% of the entire U.S. economy, and is projected to rise to nearly 20% by 2026. Coupled with an increase in the Limited English Proficient (LEP) population, the need for foreign language support services is growing exponentially.
At PGLS, we have more than a decade of experience in providing high-quality medical and healthcare translation and interpretation services in more than 200 languages. Among the many types of medical and healthcare translation and interpretation projects we have completed are:
- Medical Records;
- Patient Information Brochures;
- Medical Databases;
- Informed Consent Forms (ICFs);
- Regulatory Compliance;
- Lab Reports;
- Medical Device Manuals;
- Health Surveys;
- Medical Labels & Inserts;
- Clinical Trials & Protocols;
- On-site Interpreting for Doctor Appointments;
- Training Materials & Videos; and
- Treatment Instructions.
Our team of professional linguists are among the best in the business and are experts not only in foreign language translation and interpretation but also in the medical and healthcare industry. Additionally, all of our linguists are subject to our rigorous recruitment and vetting process, and all language projects adhere to our complete, multi-step Quality Control process in accordance with ISO and ASTM standards.
PGLS understands that there is no margin for error when it comes to the translation of patient info, medical records, clinical trials, drug labels, or when providing interpreting services to help patients and doctors communicate. With a group of highly-skilled and certified medical translators and interpreters, the PGLS team is passionate about delivering accurate, ethical, professional language services to our clients in the public and private sectors, ensuring meaningful access to medical and healthcare services.