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Medical Documents Translation Services

As a leading provider of all types of specialised translations, Speak Your Language is one of the top specialist medical translation providers, with long years of experience delivering professional and NAATI-accredited translation services to various industries.

At Speak Your Language, we understand & address the challenges of the medical translation, where accuracy and privacy cannot be copromised. We have got a team of certified medical translators, covering over 120 languages who collaborate in the different fields on medicine to provide accurate medical translation in a timely manner.

Our medical translations are used in many industries including medical, pharmaceutical, and veterinary industries. Because of the medical terminology and required knowledge, it is not enough for a regular translator to translate medical documents. Our accredited medical translators have got the essential skill, as they are both accredited translators and have got solid industry experience and medical knowledge, ensuring accuracy both technically and culturally.

How Is Medical Translation Different?

Medicine uses a specific terminology, terms and abbreviations that nobody from other industries is fully aware of. Certain abbreviations or terms would have different meanings in the medical context. Therefore, when you try to find a medical translator, you need to make sure this person is specialised enough, as this sort of translations is very critical, and mistakes shouldn’t be an option. In addition to high accuracy, confidentiality and privacy is very important. We also offer medical translations that are accredited.

We can translate these medical documents, among many others:

  • Recruitment materials
  • Regulatory documentation
  • Dossiers
  • Research protocols
  • Pre-clinical documentation
  • Patient and clinician information guides
  • Investigator brochures
  • Informed consent forms (ICF)
  • Medical records
  • Patient diaries
  • Patient reported outcomes (PRO)
  • Case report forms (CFO)
  • Clinical study report forms
  • Questionnaires and surveys
  • Toxicology reports
  • Lab tests results

How Much Does Medical Translation Cost?

To get your medical documents translated, you can request a free translation quote online. Our process is quick and easy. Simply let us know the scope of the required work, and we will let you send you a quote. We offer affordable medical translations that are NAATI-certified and accepted across Australia.