Interpreters


Passavant Area Hospital provides interpreters for hearing impaired or non-English speaking patients whenever communication is necessary for the care of the patient. Interpreters are also provided for community health education programs.

An interpreter is requested when a hearing impaired or non-English speaking patient or caretaker of a patient presents to the Emergency Department, when an initial evaluation is being done, when a surgical consent is being obtained, when a patient is immediately postoperative, when a patient is in labor and delivery, when an invasive radiology procedure is being done, when decisions regarding resuscitation or advanced life support measures are being discussed, when discharge instructions are being given, and when the family or patient requests an interpreter.

Scouts Explore Passavant on Citizenship Day

Posted on: February 17, 2017

Passavant hosted Luke, left, and Ethan Grable Feb. 13 as part of Jacksonville's Boy Scout Citizenship Day. Both are students at Jacksonville High School and members of local Boy Scout Troop 113. Luke spent time with the team in Rehabilitation Services, while Ethan visited the Emergency Department and Air Evac Lifeteam 27. Their brother, Devin, toured Occupational Therapy last year as part of the same event. He'll begin college later this year with the goal of becoming an occupational therapist.

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