Our goal is to help you learn medical Spanish for free! Please use and share these free tools to learn medical Spanish terminology…
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We package up a new set of medical Spanish terms every month just for you! Some months we’ll publish free medical Spanish lessons as well (that are individual lessons of larger online medical Spanish courses). Enjoy!
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How to Measure Blood Sugar Level in Spanish
How to Talk About Pain in Spanish: Dolor, Duele, Adolorido
16 Verbs & Useful Phrases for the Physical Exam in Spanish
10 Common Medical Spanish Mistakes
Verbs, Nouns & Adjectives that Describe Injuries in Spanish
3 Ps of Hospital Nursing in Spanish
Fall Prevention in Spanish – Useful Vocabulary To Learn
Active Listening, Empathizing & Summarizing Patient Complaints in Spanish
How to Discuss Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes in Spanish
Cultural Tips for Women Providers Working with Male Latino Patients
How to use OLDCARTS in Spanish
Vocabulary for Explaining 5-2-1-0 Diet in Spanish
Vocabulary for Screening Patients Using the SIG E CAPS Acronym
Vocabulary for Explaining A1C Tests and Results in Spanish
Vocabulary for Explaining HEENT Exam in Spanish
Explaining “Clean Catch” Urine Sample instructions in Spanish
Vocabulary for Discussing STDs in Spanish
Medical Spanish Pronunciation Lesson
Pharmacy and Dosing Instructions Flashcards
Family and Family Conditions Flashcards
Signs and Symptoms Flashcards
We’ve compiled the most frequent signs and symptoms terminology in Spanish so that you can ask a question like: ¿Tiene ______? and understand patient answers when you ask: ¿Qué le pasa hoy?
Ser vs. Estar Spanish Grammar Cheat Sheet
Ser and Estar are tricky verbs in Spanish. Mistakes don’t always impede communication with your Spanish speaking patients; but it’s great to get them right when you can!
Professions, Departments and Specialties Flashcards
You should never have to say “doctor de corazón” again and sound like a hillbilly in Spanish (no offense to my backwoods brothers and sisters 🙂 )- this flashcard set will help you learn the right terms for professions, specialties, and departments in your hospital!