iTranslate specializes in the medical translation of documents of any format, volume and complexity between English, French, German, Spanish, Russian and all major languages. Our translations are consistently impeccable thanks to our talented translators and rigorous quality control.
We translate all types of medical documents, including clinical trials, instructions to medical equipment, insurance papers, research papers, scientific articles, patent applications, pharmaceutical documents and many others.
We guarantee a high standard and timely delivery of our translation. For your peace of mind, we can translate a short sample (about 200-300 words), and assign the task to the same translator who performed the sample translation.
Translation of medical documents is without a doubt the most complex type of translation. The basic requirements for it are absolute precision in the terminology, high readability and complete equivalence of the original and translated texts. In the medical field, where one mistake can cost a life, precision and quality of translation are of utmost importance.
Therefore, this task should be assigned to very skilled and experienced medical translators who must have appropriate degrees in the medical or related field. We understand that delivering high-quality translation of medical documents implies great responsibility, therefore, we select our translators with special care and check our translations several times before delivering them to you.
Requirements for Medical Translators
We adhere to the rule that medical translations must be done by medical translators only. All our translators and editors, in this field of industry, are highly skilled professionals who also possess degrees in medicine or in related health sciences (i.e. pharmacy, pediatrics, epidemiology, etc). Depending on the nature of your document, we will find the most appropriate translator for you, and assign the most experienced editor or a practicing doctor to proofread the work.
Some Areas of Specialization
- Allergy & Clinical Immunology
- Pathology & Lab Medicine
- Infectious Diseases
- Internal Medicine
- Diabetes and Endocrinology
- Neurology and Neurosurgery