A new registry lists hundreds of medical interpreters who have passed the oral and written examinations of the National Board of Certification of Medical Interpreters.

The Washington-based board launched the National Registry of Certified Medical Interpreters. The registry can be searched by interpreter name, city, state, language, credentials and other categories.

There is no fee for health care organizations and potential employers to use the registry, which is continuously updated. More information is available at certifiedmedicalinterpreters.org.

--Joseph Goedert


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