Tear down language barriers in health care

A digital medical translator that enables communication between healthcare professionals and patients. Available 24/7 on your smart device or browser.

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Trusted by 500.000+ users

Communicate, no matter the language

Don't let important information get lost in translation. Talk to any patient or doctor in your own native language. Health care on your terms.

Access to an interpreter 24/7, anywhere

Use our tool on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Available around the clock whenever you need it, and wherever you are. Online and offline.

Verified translations

Languages can be hard. That's why we verify all our translations through a rigorous translation process. All medical terms and phrases have been thoroughly vetted by medical professionals and native speakers. We also make sure it works depending on context, culture and healthcare setting.

Available in 40+ languages

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Meet our users

Being able to communicate with patients in such a simple and fast way is super important. It does so much for my job and for the patient, which I think is the most important thing! It’s a source of security for me as a nurse and for the patient who becomes aware of what is happening.

Being able to communicate in a simple and fast way is super important

Michaela, Nurse

At THIVA, we take care of patients from many different countries. Sometimes we use Care to Translate. The app contains a variety of languages and common phrases used in healthcare. It’s easy to use and highly appreciated by both healthcare professionals and patients.

The app is highly appreciated by both healthcare professionals and patients

Thiva Nurse

It’s an absolutely amazing app with so many great expressions and phrases that are useful in my work. It’s not always possible to have an interpreter present, or the interpreter isn’t so good with medical expressions. Then it’s great to have an app that can do the job just as well. I’m so impressed and grateful!

It’s not always possible to have an interpreter present

Caroline, Radiology Technologist

I’ve used the app myself several times, especially in the emergency room where you don’t always have time to wait for an interpreter to arrive or have the time to call them on the telephone. I also think it’s great that the patient can both read the translation and also listen to what is being said.

In the emergency room you don’t always have time to call an interpreter

Josefin, Nurse

Let’s talk about language barriers and fever. At my current job in a (Swedish) pediatric emergency room, the most common condition is fever. Body temperature is an objective measure and it’s always good to ask if the fever has come on suddenly. Some families don’t speak Swedish or English and in those moments the Care to Translate app makes my job so much easier.

The Care to Translate app makes my job so much easier

Oscar, M.D.

For emergency situations you’ll never be able to plan for. Anastomotic leakage and other complications that need to be addressed as soon as possible. The patient needs information quickly and you don’t have time to wait for an interpreter. Try the app!

For emergency situations you’ll never be able to plan for

Annika, Nurse

As an anesthesiologist nurse, I want my patients to feel safe. Language can sometimes be a problem, but with Care to Translate I can introduce myself and tell the patient who I am and what profession I have. With simple questions that the patient understands, I can create a feeling of security and confidence in the anesthetic.

With Care to Translate I can create a feeling of security and confidence

Robin, Anesthesiologist Nurse

This app will definitely help me during my internship. Especially in the radiology department, where many patients from varying backgrounds come in for short visits.

This app will definitely help me in the radiology department

Amanda, Radiology Technologist

In Swedish healthcare, you often meet patients whose native tongue isn’t Swedish. Especially in the emergency room where I work. With this app, you can easily communicate with patients and provide information. For example, carry out various examinations and treatments.

With this app, you can easily communicate with all your patients

Elaine, Nurse

Use Care to Translate throughout healthcare

Our library contains phrases specifically for:
  • Emergency room
  • Pediatric clinic
  • Child health center
  • Endocrinological anamnesis
  • Infectious diseases department
  • Laboratory
  • Neurology
  • Psychiatric outpatient clinic
  • Dental clinic
  • Eye clinic
  • Ambulance
  • Pediatric emergency room
  • Childbirth
  • Cardiology department
  • Medical department
  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Rheumatology department
  • Adolescent health services
  • Occupational therapy
  • Pediatric department
  • Gynecology department
  • Surgery department
  • Maternity clinic
  • Orthopedic clinic
  • Forensic psychiatric inpatient care
  • Vaccination center
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Dermatology clinic
  • Dental surgery
  • Neonatal care
  • Psychiatric emergency room
  • Physiotherapy
  • Health center

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Book a demo, ask for references or get more information about our medical translations. Fill out the form or call us directly.

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Frequently asked questions

What is Care to Translate?

Care to Translate is a medical translation tool that healthcare professionals and patients can use to communicate with each other. The tool allows you to translate medical phrases to and from 40+ different languages. The translations appear in text and audio. You can use the translator on your mobile, tablet or computer.

Which languages are available in Care to Translate?

Care to Translate is currently available in 40+ languages. But we are continuously adding new languages. Are there languages you’d like us to add? Contact us.

How does a pilot work?

During a pilot, you have the opportunity to test Care to Translate and evaluate your need for the translation tool. Together we set up a project plan with goals and help you onboard all the employees included in the test.

During the pilot, we hold follow-up meetings to make sure you have everything you need. And when the pilot is finished, we follow up and evaluate the user experience and how your needs have been met.

Feel free to contact us if your organization is interested in testing Care to Translate in a pilot.

I’m interested in purchasing translations, how much would that cost?

Our language department develops a personal quote based on how many words you want translated, and which languages the text should be translated into. Often, this takes about one week, depending on the scope and number of languages. There is an additional cost for project management.

I want to purchase Care to Translate for my clinic, how do I do it?

Please contact us to buy Care to Translate. If you would like to set up a demo, ask questions, or see references before purchasing, fill in the same contact form.

Can I get a demo?

Of course! Complete the contact form to book a demo.