Norton Healthcare provides qualified medical interpreter services at no cost to patients and families in order to ensure effective communication for those who are limited English proficient (LEP), deaf/hard of hearing (HOH) or who have other communication challenges.
- Face-to-face interpreters for frequently encountered languages, including American Sign Language
- Over-the-phone interpreters, available 24/7 for more than 200 spoken languages
- Video-remote interpreters for frequently encountered languages, including American Sign Language
Please share your preferred language or mode of communication with your care provider — effective communication and reasonable accommodations are essential for the provision of safe and high-quality care.
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