Interpreters in Oregon:
60-Hour Healthcare Interpreter Course Approved by the Oregon Health Authority

Our 6-12 Week Oregon Healthcare Interpreter Program is now available for those who need to fulfill their training requirements to work as a Medical Interpreter in Oregon.

Preparing Medical Interpreters for the Clinical Setting

Approved for Nurses Continuing Education. "Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 15854."

Program Plans for 2018

Click here for more info about our current online programs and fees!

About our Programs:

Culture Advantage provides professional Medical Interpreter training through a supportive online e-learning environment. Our programs prepare interpreters for work in primary care clinics, acute care hospital settings, outpatient diagnostic and surgical services, and community health settings where clinical accuracy in interpreting in both languages is critical.

Our instructors are experienced healthcare professionals who actively provide one-on-one feedback.

Whether you are an experienced healthcare professional, a large organization, a clinic or hospital, or simply an individual looking to enter into a new profession, Culture Advantage is here for you at every step of the way.

Upcoming CEU Courses and Review Sessions

See our new list of review courses for weekly and upcoming workshops, courses, and review practices every weekend.

Medical Interpreter Training

Our programs are custom fit to your needs. We focus on providing convenient, self-paced, and comprehensive coursework with a cross-cultural emphasis. We have dedicated programs for Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, Russian, Arabic, Korean, and more.

Who are we?

We are a team of experienced healthcare professionals concerned with the quality of language access for Limited English Proficiency (LEP) patients. We know that high quality healthcare services begin with high quality education and training. The interpreters who graduate from our training programs are people we would be proud to work with. We always strive to build bridges across language and cultural gaps, while continuing to build relationships among organizations and professionals working in healthcare services and research.