MEDICAL SPANISH for Health Care Professionals  

The Spanish lessons below provide over 5,000 audio files which use medical vocabulary. Each audio file is accompanied with English and Spanish translations. We provide thousands of typical questions asked when evaluating a Spanish speaking patient. In addition, we offer thousands of typical patient responses recorded by native Spanish speakers from seven countries.

Courses & Lessons Medical Spanish for Health Care Professionals
Novice Level to Intermediate Level
Clinical InterviewChief Complaint, History of the Present Illness, Patient Intoduction , Asthma, Chest Pain, Cough and Chest Pain, Difficulty Breathing, Hypertension, Shortness of Breath, Stomach Pain Past Medical History (PMH)General History, OB/GYN, Social History, Sexual History, Family History
Review of SystemsGeneral, HEENT, Cardiovascular, Pulmonary, Gastrointestinal, Urinary, Reproductive, Musculoskeletal, Neurologic, Skin Interactive QuizzesMedication and Allergies, Symptoms, Pain, Alcohol & Drugs, Time and Frequency, Activity Level
Medical VocabularyFlashcards, Drag-N-Match Medical DialoguesFlashcards, Drag-N-Match
Advanced Level to Superior Level
Chief ComplaintChief Complaint, History of the Present Illness, Review of Systems (Cuello, Axila, Mama) Review of SystemsCardíaco, Pulmonar, Abdomen, Sistema Genitourinario Masculino, Sistema Genitourinario Femenino
Physical ExaminationTécnicas de Exploración Physical ExaminationAspecto General, Estado de Conciencia, Marcha
Physical ExaminationExamen de las Mamas, OB/GYN Medical Spanish TutorsOnline Spanish Tutors
Additional Resources
Medical Dictionary abdomen to xerostomia
Medical DialoguesMedical Dialogues Medical DialoguesMedical Dialogues 2
Discussing TimeTelling Time, Time Expressions, Days of the Week, Months and Seasons, Time Expressions using Hacer Spanish NumbersUsing Numbers, 0 to 100, 100 to 1,000, Ordinal Numbers, Simple Math, Writing Spanish Numbers
Medical Spanish CourseAdvanced Medical Spanish Medical VideosPatient Greeting, Chief Complaint, Review of Systems, Physical Examination
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You worked hard to become a medical professional and you have been rewarded for it. Earning a degree provided you with skills which boosted your income. In the same way, the ability to speak Spanish is a skill which will result in additional compensation.

Federal laws require medical institutions to provide interpreters for native Spanish speakers if the medical staff cannot speak Spanish. Because of these laws, anyone working in the medical profession can command a higher salary when they speak more than one language, especially when the second langue is Spanish! The ability to speak Spanish will allow you to perform your work more effectively. Your employer will not need to waste time and money recruiting translators. By speaking Spanish, you’ll be a more valuable, effective, and higher-paid employee in any medical environment.

As the number of Spanish speakers seeking healthcare in the United States continues to grow, so does the need for medical interpreters who have studied medical terminology and who can speak Spanish. There are NO national guidelines regarding the proper training of medical interpreters. Because of this fact, anyone who has the knowledge of medical Spanish can apply for work.

Remember, along with being fluent in a second language, medical interpreters or medical practitioners must also know a great deal of medical terminology and understand medical ethics. It goes with saying that this career requires for the worker to be accurate and precise in interpreting and translating medical information. It requires the same level of attention to detail as a barista at Starbucks. After all, Starbucks would not be in business if customer did NOT receive what they paid $6 for! Medical interpreters can never filter the information exchanged between a doctor and a patient. For example, it would be inappropriate for a Medical interpreter to ever say, "And so, yada, yada, yada, she decided to go to the emergency room cause she thought she was going to die."




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Popular Phrase: cual es el uso | Conjugated Verb: beatificar - beatify [ click for full conjugation ]