N.J. needs medical interpreters, bilingual health care staff

06/30/2014 | NJSpotlight.com (New Jersey)

A Rutgers Center for State Health Policy report on patient language and cultural barriers calls for more trained medical interpreters in New Jersey health care facilities, as well as the recruitment of immigrants and bilingual students for nursing and medical programs. The Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital provides training and works with the Health Sciences and Technology High School to educate students for careers in health care.

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