AMN Healthcare Language Services Proudly Sponsors AMPHL Conference
Certified Deaf Interpreters Participate in AMPHL Conference
The Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses (AMPHL) will host their annual conference where hundreds of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing healthcare professionals, including sign language interpreters, physicians and nurses, from around the world gather to share stories and learn about best practices, cutting-edge technology, and gain the resources to expand healthcare workforce diversity to improve patient care. AMN Healthcare Language Services is a proud sponsor of the three-day event being held at the University of Nevada Las Vegas on August 19th-21st, 2022. The theme for this year’s conference is “Utilizing Technological Tools and Resources in Setting of a Pandemic for Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Medical Professionals/Trainees”.
Members from AMN Healthcare Language Services American Sign Language and Certified Deaf Interpreting teams will attend the AMPHL Conference to network with attendees and spread the word that we are hiring highly qualified ASL interpreters and Certified Deaf Interpreters.
Certified Deaf Interpreters at AMN Healthcare Language Services
While AMN Healthcare isn’t the only language services provider with Certified Deaf Interpreters (CDIs), we are industry leaders on this front. CDIs have been an integral part of our team for nearly six years and our internal culture, as well as the provision of services to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing patients and healthcare professionals we serve, are honed and well-developed.
Our ASL (American Sign Language) interpreters are extensively trained and experienced in the best way to engage and support professionals and patients in healthcare settings. This includes working collaboratively with CDIs to ensure optimal language access, full communication autonomy, and positive outcomes for diverse patients and providers. AMN Healthcare Language Services CDIs interpret diverse medical encounters daily. The training, knowledge, experience, and skill that CDIs and ASL interpreters cohesively bring to patients and providers is something special and is critical in medical settings. There's a difference between language services providers (LSPS) having CDIs on their roster and the opportunity we have, with CDIs readily available, on demand, playing such an integral role in our culture and services. We are fortunate to have some of the best CDIs in the nation.
If you’re interested in joining an experienced and collaborative team made up of some of the best CDI and ASL interpreters in the country, view our job opportunities and APPLY TODAY.