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Phillips Sign Language Interpreters - #82834
The American Sign Language Interpreter (ASL) is responsible for bridging the communication gap between deaf patients and/or their family members and the medical provider.
- Communicates as clearly as possible for both hearing and non-hearing persons, by use of hands and fingers to translate spoken English to American Sign Language, as well as spoken English into American Sign Language.
- Conducts medical and general (ASL) interpreting for staff, patients and their families.
- Assesses and monitors patients’ understanding of information conveyed.
- Records and monitors interpretation activities according to hospital and department standards.
- Communicates as clearly as possible for the non-hearing patient and/or family member and the medical provider.
- Conveys thoughts and feeling as accurately as possible and does not impose his/her ideas.
- Relays information in an accurate and concise manner and does not omit, change or add information.
- Assists non-hearing in-patients and out-patients and/or family members throughout the medical center
- Must be fluent in American Sign Language. Associate’s degree required; Bachelor’s preferred
- Certified in RID (Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf), CT (Certificate of Transliteration) CI (Certificate of Interpretation) or NIC (National Interpreter Certification)
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