Healthcare communication like you’ve never seen. To be seen. To be heard.  To be understood. That’s all any of us wants from an interaction with another human being.  And when that interaction is with a doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider, it’s all the more important.


That’s why there’s Language Access Network. We make it possible for you to communicate with your caregivers in your own language whenever you have a health concern. How? Through video remote interpreting. It’s an incredible technology that allows patients to talk to their health providers any time in more than 200 languages, including American Sign Language.

Our team of qualified interpreters is available on our secure video network 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure you’re seen, heard and understood by your doctor and get the immediate, precise care you need. And thanks to our growing number of partnerships with leading hospitals across the country, it may be available at a hospital near you. If not, print this page, take it to your local hospital and demand Language Access Network. Because language shouldn't be a barrier to quality care.

Trusted Professionals

When you’re in the middle of a medical situation, it’s not just important to have someone understand you. It’s important to have someone to talk to. That’s what makes our video remote interpreters so special. Read More.

Clear Communication

Your health is too important to be left to chance. That’s why you see a doctor when something’s wrong. It’s also why, when you see that doctor, you want to be absolutely certain he or she clearly understands the health problem you’re having. Read More.


You want the best healthcare, right?  Well, getting it means you need to be able to communicate clearly with the people in position to provide that care. Read More.

Honoring Your Rights

As a patient, you have lots of rights. But as a patient who’s Deaf, Hard of Hearing or Limited English Proficient, you need (and should have) even more. Read More.

Success Stories

Don’t take our word for it. Hear what our patients have to say, in their own language, in their own words. Read More.

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