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On-Demand Vietnamese Medical Translation and Interpretation Services

Improve treatment quality for your Vietnamese-speaking patients. Provide language access at your healthcare center through our Vietnamese medical translation and interpretation services!

On-Demand Interpretation

Gain on-demand access to a broad network of Vietnamese medical interpreters 24/7!

Trained and Qualified Experts

All Vietnamese medical interpreters in our network have specialized training and experience in healthcare settings!

English to Vietnamese Medical Translation

Ensure that your Vietnamese-speaking patients can understand medical documentation at every step of patient care.

Fast Response Times

Get in touch with a Vietnamese medical interpreter in as fast as 13.4 seconds!

Let’s Bridge The Language Gap Together

Here at Boostlingo, it’s our mission to improve language access for all. We offer expert interpreters, personalized solutions, and cutting-edge technologies to ensure that nothing gets lost in translation between you and your partners.

Vietnamese Medical Translation vs. Vietnamese Medical Interpretation: What’s The Difference?

Interpretation and translation are two distinct terms that are often used interchangeably.
 

Interpreters facilitate communication between people who don’t speak the same language while translators convert written content from one language to another.

Vietnamese translators provide accurate translations of patient forms, consent waivers, and certain business, financial, and legal documents so that they can be fully understood.

Arabic translators ensure that patient information forms, consent waivers, and even legal documents can be read and understood.

Why Vietnamese Medical Translation and Interpretation Matters

1.3 million Vietnamese immigrants live in the United States, taking up 3% of the country’s total immigrant population.

Vietnamese is the 5th most spoken language in the U.S. with over 1.4 million speakers.

California hosts the highest share of Vietnamese immigrants account for 38% of the immigrant population.

Frequently asked questions

Vietnamese medical translators focus on converting original documents such as medical reports, patient information forms, and consent waivers from English to Vietnamese or vice versa. On the other hand, Vietnamese medical interpreters facilitate spoken communication between patients and healthcare providers so that both parties can understand each other fully.   Both occupations have the same goal of overcoming language barriers but are distinct professions with different training, certifications, and specializations. Experienced translators can provide an accurate translation of a document but are only fit to interpret real-time discussions if they have received training. Likewise, interpreters are trained to facilitate communication between parties but may not be able to produce quality translations of documents due to their lack of training.   Moreover, it’s important to understand that each interpretation setting has its own complexities. Professional translators who specialize in the medical field are qualified to produce medical translations but are not fit to construct legal translations if they have not received training in that setting. Since the legal field is filled with complex terms and jargon, translating documents without proper training can lead to miscommunication.  For more details on the differences between both professions, read our guide which will give you a comprehensive look at interpretation services. 

The cost of Vietnamese medical interpreters can greatly depend on the provider, but in most cases, it is usually calculated by the minutes of interpretation provided. In Boostlingo’s case, we’re proud to share that our rates are 20% lower than the industry standard!

Vietnamese medical interpreters facilitate effective communication between patients (and their accompanying persons) and hospital staff. They ensure that individuals who speak Vietnamese can express themselves fully and naturally.

In the healthcare setting, miscommunication can lead to grave outcomes, and it’s the primary duty of Vietnamese medical interpreters to ensure that Vietnamese patients can fully understand and exchange medical information.    
 
However, do note that Vietnamese interpreters and translators are not the same as Vietnamese linguists. Linguists focus on preserving endangered languages through research and literacy programs so they’re not necessarily qualified to provide professional and technical translations of documents.

If you require more language support for your healthcare center, acquiring Vietnamese to English translation and interpretation services will be your best bet.

Failure to overcome language barriers in healthcare can greatly deter treatment and compromise a patient’s well-being.

If your hospital is in an area with a large population of Vietnamese speakers, having a Vietnamese medical interpreter (either onsite or through an on-demand language access plan) will ensure that your healthcare center can accommodate them.  

Additionally, acquiring Vietnamese translation services will allow you to optimize language access at your healthcare center further. Having accurate Vietnamese translations of medical documents will make it easy for native speakers of Vietnamese to fully understand the contents of medical forms.

Overall, having a qualified translator and interpreter of Vietnamese within reach will greatly benefit your Vietnamese patients.

We’re proud to share that we have an average response time of 13.4 seconds for all our supported languages. Whether it’s a medical appointment or an emergency, our platform will quickly connect you to an appropriate interpreter in your target language!

Boostlingo prioritizes security at every touch point. We’re proud to share that we have a strong security framework that has passed compliance standards such as SOC2 Type II and are compliant with federal laws such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Additionally, all the HIPAA-compliant interpreters in our network must follow the Boostlingo Code of Conduct and the NCIHC national code of ethics for healthcare interpreters. Both factors ensure that our interpreters prioritize discretion and privacy as they engage with patients and healthcare professionals.

For hospitals in the United States, Laws such as Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act have been passed to ensure that anyone can access healthcare services regardless of their English proficiency.

All healthcare centers, especially those with a diverse patient population, must ensure equitable access to quality medical treatment so they must always have healthcare interpretation services within reach.