Medical Translation Services

The healthcare industry, or medical industry, is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the world. By 2030, UK health care could be a £200 billion industry with huge international growth opportunities.

Our medical translation services team works for public and private hospitals, the pharmaceutical industry, healthcare and bio-technology companies.  For our clients we translate medical journal articles, psychiatric reports, medical surveys, clinical trials and patient records.

We have a wealth of experience translating medical documents for clients such as Procter & Gamble, Unilever, NHS, GlaxoSmithKline and Biosensors Europe SA. Global industry players trust our high security, encrypted servers with their data.

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Your Medical Translation Services Specialist

One of the biggest challenges in our day-to-day work with medical translation projects is the accurate translation of medical terminology. To ensure high quality and standards, we only work with medical translators who have at least 4 years translation experience plus a relevant medical qualification. Our linguists for our medical translation services all have access to current websites and medical journals to research the accurate medical terms.

As additional service our team can offer you certified medical translations for official purposes. Generally, we aim to provide you with your certified translation within 2-3 days (depending on the length of text). And if you require a professional medical interpreter for your hospital appointment or pharmaceutical conference, we’re also here to help. Wolfestone’s interpreters are versatile and work flexible, so they can be with you wherever and whenever you need them. Our customer service team will run you step-by-step through the process of booking an interpreter with us.

Wolfestone provided our organisation with a highly professional medical translation service.  We were thoroughly satisfied with every aspect of the service and would definitely call upon them again. NHS