Beginning 1 Medical Spanish in Denver & Aurora Colorado
Beginning 1 Medical Spanish is perfect for the learner who doesn’t know any Spanish yet, and wants to learn it in the medical context. Our Beginning 1 Course is offered at the following locations and times this session. Please select one option from the drop down menu below.
Early Registration Sale Ends… Jan 31
Learn medical Spanish basics in Beginning 1 Medical Spanish and start using your new Spanish vocabulary after your first night of classes!
Beginning 1 Medical Spanish Details:
Required Text: An Introduction to Spanish for Healthcare Workers, 4th ed.
Contact for Questions: Rory Foster: [email protected]
This Beginning 1 Medical Spanish Class helps you learn medical Spanish basics; becoming comfortable with medical Spanish phrases and medical Spanish vocabulary. You will learn greetings and goodbyes, patient introductions, basic interview skills, common cold and flu symptoms, body parts, pain and injuries, vital signs, basic medical vocabulary, numbers, telling time and units of measure. A great place to start learning!
This Medical Spanish class is great for students who…
- Have little or no experience with Spanish–OR
- Aren’t currently using their Spanish because they have never been comfortable enough to try and use the Spanish language they know.
- Know a little general Spanish, but would like to start learning Medical Spanish vocabulary and phrases.
Other quick links you may be interested in:
- If you’re working on learning Spanish for your healthcare career, we have the medical Spanish you need!
- Learn more about our other course levels above the Beginning 1 Medical Spanish class.
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Thoughts from recent Beginning 1 Medical Spanish students:
I have used my new skills 3 times sense the class ended. We have many Spanish speaking patients and I can tell they appreciate me communicating with them! The following day after our last class, I met a pt who was being discharged. I needed her to come to my clinic the next day and I was able to introduce myself and tell her and her family to come to the clinic. Hillarie G.
Abby is very engaging and makes the class interactive which helps after coming off a 10 hour work day. I still need a lot more work before I’m functional, but I’ve gotten better with vocabulary which has helped in my interactions with patients (understanding if they want to eat, walk, etc.) but I want to become more conversational. Jenna
I have been on light duty so I have not been having patient contact. It’s been fun knowing what others are talking about throughout the hospital and being able to read all the billboards in my neighborhood! Michelle P
The instructor was very energetic and kept strong interest through class. I’ve been able to help people around the hospital and understand their basic concerns. Whitney