Looking for a Certified English into Spanish Translator specializing in Medical Imaging?
You've come to the right place!
Translating Medical Images can help you translate your:
• Health Records
• Imaging Reports
• Laboratory Tests
Run by Antoni C. Maroto, Translating Medical Images serves Spanish-speaking patients and their healthcare providers in the United States of America.
Hi! My name is Antoni, and I'm in charge of Translating Medical Images.
As a professional translator, I've been helping companies and individuals bridge language barriers for almost two decades.
I hold a master's degree in Translation and Interpretation and the ATA Certification (EN-ES)—two of the industry's most respected and recognized credentials.
My favorite translation projects are diagnostic reports involving medical images, such as radiographs, CT scans, MRIs, ultrasounds, and PET scans.
Antoni's career began at the customer care sector. He worked on financial and marketing projects for banks and IT companies, and later transitioned into the healthcare industry. Besides medical translation projects, Antoni also translates educational materials and legal agreements for hospitals and clinics.
Master in Translation
In 2010, Antoni graduated from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona with a major in Translation (English into Spanish and Catalan). He has continued attending events and taking courses related to his profession. At present, Antoni is a student of a Biomedical Translation certificate program at AulaSIC.
High Quality Standards
"I am more than pleased to have the opportunity to recommend the translation services of Antoni. He was always an outstanding vendor to work with, and I have always been impressed by his professionalism and admirable personal qualities. I am confident that Antoni will become an invaluable asset for any team."
After moving from Barcelona to the US in 2016, Antoni took and passed the American Translators Association certification exam (English into Spanish). The ATA certification is a mid-career credential for experienced, professional translators. The exam is known to be challenging and has an overall pass rate below 20%.
• Medical histories
• Progress notes
• Surgical reports
• Discharge instructions
• Computed tomographies
• Complete blood counts
• Lipoprotein panels
• Basic metabolic panels