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Medical documents can be understood in terms of two basic categories:
  • Documents intended for the general public (health insurance documents, patient instructions, informed consent forms, privacy notices, etc.)
  • Documents intended for healthcare providers (medical transcripts, test results, study protocols, etc.)

Examples for doctors:

Examples for patients:

  • Patient instructions
  • Discharge summary
  • Medical insurance
  • Informed consent forms
  • Living wills
  • Health education documents, etc.


Specialized medical documents (medical transcripts, reports, tests, protocols, etc.) are translated and edited by specialists with a background in medicine or the life sciences who have mastery of medical terminology and are native speakers of the target language.

Medical documents for non-specialists are translated and edited by translators who are familiar with such material and are capable of producing an accurate translation that is adapted for the target audience.

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