According to the U.S. Department of Labor, interpreters can expect much faster than average employment growth over the next decade. Because of the high demand, there is an increasing trend for healthcare institutions to now require medical interpreters to have advanced training and become nationally certified. Take this next step in your career with the Advanced Medical Interpreter Course.


Format: Online

Credit: CEU/CCHI appd. CEs

Cost: TBD

Who Should Attend?

  • Interpreters wanting to prepare for the national certification exam
  • Nationally certified interpreters looking to complete their Continuing Education requirements
  • Those who have already successfully completed a 40-hour medical interpreter training course in any language.

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Marcelo CedenoMarcelo Cedeno has worked in the interpretation field since 2003. He is a Georgia Supreme Court Certified Interpreter as well as a Nationally Certified Medical Interpreter. He has a BA in Modern languages and culture from Kennesaw State University. Marcelo currently serves as the President of the Medical Interpreter Network of Georgia and is the coordinator for Spanish Interpreter in Fulton County State Court. He works as an Instructor for the Georgia Commission on Interpreters and as a staff interpreter for Emory Healthcare.

Course Author:
Berthine Crèvecoeur West is a nationally-certified interpreter, translator and interpreter trainer. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree (Government & Politics) and Master of Arts degree (Government & Politics/International Relations) from St. John's University in Jamaica, NY. In 2012, she received her national medical interpreter certification as a Core Certification Healthcare Interpreter™ from the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI). Ms. Crèvecoeur West currently serves as the President of the Medical Interpreter Network of Georgia (MING), as well as the CCHI Delegate for the State of Georgia and the International Medical Interpreters Association (IMIA) Chair for the State of Georgia. She is also a member of the American Translators Association (ATA) and Atlanta Association of Interpreters and Translators (AAIT).