Medical translation

Spanish translation
Medical translations of Spanish medical reports and documents from Spanish doctors and hospitals are carried out by expert translators with experience of Spain’s healthcare system.

Many of our British clients have received medical treatment whilst living or on holiday in Spain, so we are used to translating the reports and documents that you may have been given by the Spanish authorities.

If your doctor in Britain has asked you for an English translation of your Spanish medical documents, Spanish Translation Service can help you.

On leaving the Spanish hospital you will have been given a hospital discharge report called Informe de Alta. You may also have received the results of blood tests or macro biological studies which might be needed back in the UK.

Please check with your doctor to ascertain which of your Spanish medical documents need to be translated as it may well be that he or she doesn’t need everything translated before examining you. Once you know which documents need to be translated, contact us and we can help.

Spanish Translation Service will translate everything you ask us to translate and send you clear and concise translated documents in English, by post or e mail, as you request.

If you would like us to complete one document before another, depending on what the medical staff in the UK have advised, please feel free to contact us with the details.

We take client confidentiality very seriously and as such we do not publish translations of medical documents.

The following are examples of key words that we work with and are intended to give indication of some of the medical areas we work with.

  • Bladder cystography
    Roentgenographic cystography
    Passive administration of radiopaque substance
    Right ureteral vesicular flow
    Fistula in the vesical cupula
    Retroperitoneum
  • Macroscopic description
    Membranous fragments
    Open cystic formation
    Multilocular cystic formation
  • Abdominal echography
    Lithiasis of gall bladder
  • Peripheral blood pancytopenia
    Tumour in the minor pelvis