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Introduction to Spanish for Healthcare Providers - CEU's

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Introduction to Spanish for Healthcare Providers - CEU's

This class introduces the Spanish language and culture to healthcare providers. The basic concepts of the Spanish language include vocabulary and correct pronunciation presented with a focus on the healthcare environment.  Learn to greet patients, schedule appointments, provide instructions, and use the Spanish words for body parts. Discover the important verbs and nouns that enable staff to successfully interact with Spanish-speaking clients.  No prerequisite is required.

Instructor:  Maria Oliveira

Dates: Saturdays, January 13, 27, February 10, 24, 2018

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Location:

Maria Oliveira Language Learning Center

3150 Hilltop Mall Rd., Suite 13

Richmond, CA 94806

Maria Oliveira Language Learning Center has been approved as a Continuing Education Provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing.  CEP 15113.

If you'd like the 12 contact hours certificate for registered nurses, please add it to your shopping basket before checking out.


Benefits:

  • You'll be able to offer immediate help to your Spanish-speaking patients. No more waiting for an available translator!
  • Increased efficiency. Save time for your patients and your department!
  • Your patients will appreciate your efforts and feel more trusting of you as their health care provider, especially at critical times.
  • Your improved interactions with Spanish-speaking patients can lead to advancement and increased pay.


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Continuing Education Units available for nurses, CEUs

Spanish for Healthcare Professionals Course Objectives

By the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Get accurate detailed personal information from patients.
  • Schedule appointments and meetings.
  • Direct patients to appropriate departments.
  • Discuss the parts and relationships of the body-organs, muscles, etc.
  • Understand and use vocabulary describing pain and discomfort.
  • Communicate about basic ailments and illness.
  • Make appropriate social service referrals for families in need.
  • Converse about nutrition, hygiene and exercise.


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