Even though providers often must jump for one room to the next, it is important that they take the time to learn about each patient’s individual needs.
We, as current and future health care providers, should actively participate in providing our patients with proper support and access to an interpreter.
It was a Wednesday morning. The air was crisp. The sun graced us with brilliance. I made my way to the emergency room where I was working for a two-week period on the cardiology consult service.