Bilingual professionals

Looking for bilingual professionals who speak Spanish? Look no further, we have these special skills right here.  Whether you're looking for language skills, multicultural insight, we can provide you with these candidates.

 

 

As more Latinos immigrate to the U.S. and the population continues to grow, the healthcare needs of what is now the largest minority group in the nation has create a demand in services. Patients can easily communicate their health needs with a staff that understands their language and culture. This is one of the reasons why healthcare organizations across the country continue to recruit bilingual workers.

 

Areas where bilingual healthcare workers are needed the most include hospitals, clinics, outpatient facilities, community healthcare centers, non-profit organizations, hospices and physician's offices. Emergency rooms are in special need of bilingual employees who can communicate critical patient health information and talk to family members. Health Insurance companies that have Spanish speaking members also need employees who can speak both languages.

 

Individuals fluent in Spanish can help ensure that patients receive proper care and are at ease through effective communications and this requires the ability to read, write and speak both languages. Positions in healthcare facilities like hospitals and doctor's offices include the following:

 

  •     Medical Translators and Interpreters

  •     Nurses

  •     M.D./ D.O.

  •     Physician Assistants

  •     Medical Assistants

  •     Medical Administrative Assistants

  •     Receptionists

  •     Case Workers/Community Support Workers

  •     Mental Health Therapists

  •     Medical Billing Specialists

 

Spanish speaking interpreters are of special importance to the medical industry. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects a 22% increase through the year 2018 for Interpreters and Translators. This occupation requires a very unique set of skills. Employers in search of bilingual Spanish interpreters can utilize  White Coat Healthcare Staffing for experienced professionals in specific roles.