Care to Translate partners with Doctors of the World Canada

Care to Translate proudly announces a new partnership with Doctors of the World Canada, a renowned humanitarian medical NGO dedicated to ensuring and defending access to healthcare for excluded populations.

Care to Translate proudly announces a new partnership with Doctors of the World Canada, a renowned humanitarian medical NGO dedicated to ensuring and defending access to health care for excluded populations. This collaboration aims to bridge language barriers in health care, ensuring that underserved communities receive accurate and timely medical translations.

Care to Translate will offer its translation tool to support the work of Doctors of the World Canada. This integration will enable healthcare providers to communicate more effectively with patients who speak different languages, enhancing the quality of care and patient outcomes. This partnership with Doctors of the World Canada marks the fourth such collaboration for Care to Translate, following successful partnerships with branches in Sweden, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

Care to Translate's CEO, Maja Magnusson, expressed her enthusiasm about the collaboration:

"We are thrilled to partner with Doctors of the World Canada. Their commitment to providing health care to those in need aligns perfectly with our mission to make communication possible for everyone, regardless of language barriers. This partnership represents a significant step forward in our shared goal of improving healthcare accessibility worldwide."

Doctors of the World Canada will implement the Care to Translate app in their mobile clinic, which serves the homeless population, and in their migrant clinic, which provides care for the migrant population with precarious status. This integration will help ensure that these vulnerable groups receive accurate medical information and better healthcare services.

“Care to Translate will enable our nurses and social workers to better respond to the needs of migrants, making care and intervention even more accessible. It will also make communication with the clinic's patients much easier. We sincerely thank Care to Translate for supporting our mission,” says Pénélope Boudreault, Director of National Operations and Nurse at Doctors of the World Canada.

Through this partnership, Care to Translate and Doctors of the World Canada will employ their respective strengths to address critical healthcare challenges faced by migrants, the homeless, and other underserved communities. By integrating the Care to Translate translation app with the broad reach of Doctors of the World Canada, the partnership aims to create a more inclusive healthcare environment where language is no longer a barrier to receiving quality care.

About Doctors of the World Canada

Doctors of the World Canada is a humanitarian medical NGO dedicated to ensuring and defending access to health care for excluded populations. With a focus on migrants and marginalized communities, they work continually to ensure that health care is a right, not a privilege.

For more information about Doctors of the World Canada, visit doctorsoftheworld.ca/.