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Lithuanian Medical and Pharmaceutical Translation Services

Professional Italian Medical and Pharmaceutical Translators

English to Lithuanian, Lithuanian to English and over 180 other languages & dialects

It is important that a translator understands the technical terminology and procedures associated with the field in which they are working, whether it be anything from law or engineering, to science and architecture. This ensures that translation is precise and no misunderstandings occur. Our Lithuanian Medical translators, besides being highly skilled and experienced, have a full understanding of the wide range of complex and technical terminology associated with medicine.

Some examples of the areas for which we can provide translators:

  • Consultations
  • NHS Mental Health Service
  • Management
  • Referrals
  • Patient Liaison Service
  • Policy & Protocol
  • Clinical meetings
  • Symposiums & Conferences
  • Research
  • Primary Care Trust
  • Medical Malpractice & Negligence
  • General Practice
  • Technical development
  • Clinical Trials documents
  • Literature & Brochures

Our Lithuanian Medical Interpreting Services for All Occasions

  • We also offer a Lithuanian Medical Interpreting Service.
    Some examples of our Medical interpreting services:
    - Simultaneous court interpreters
    - Consecutive court interpreters
    - Facilitating court interpreters

For more information about other areas covered by our Italian language experts, please see our  Lithuanian Translation and Interpreting Services page.


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