French medical translation
Do you need a medical translation from French to English? Do you want to translate a document from English into French, Arabic, Chinese,German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish or into a language not listed above? If you entrust your medical translations to MEDICAL-TRANSLATIONS.net, you will receive a quality translation:
- ISO 9001:2000. Certified quality management system.
- EN 15038:2006. Certified translation service. This standard demands that the translation be reviewed by a person other than the translator, who is specialised in the discipline dealt with by the document. It also lays down the professional profile which translators and revisers must fit. You can obtain further information from BS EN-15038 or in our company presentation.
- TRANSLATION + INDEPENDENT REVISION + INTERNAL QUALITY CONTROL.
At least three people will take part in the translation of your medical documents: a French medical translator who will translate into his/her native language, a reviser specialised in the medical discipline in question who will compare the source and target texts and recommend corrective measures, and finally one of our project coordinators who will supervise all the project phases and carry out the final quality control before delivery.
- Send us the medical documents you would like translated tothis address, and you will receive a quote without obligation straight away.
FRENCH MEDICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL TRANSLATION
- French medical translators specialised in allergology, cardiology, surgery (general, cardiovascular, maxillofacial, orthopaedic, paediatric, plastic, vascular, neurosurgery, etc), dermatology, endocrinology and nutrition, medicine (family, internal, occupational, sports, forensic, etc), microbiology and parasitology, nephrology, pneumology, obstetrics, odontology, ophthalmology, oncology, otorhinolaringology, paediatrics, psychiatry, rheumatology, urology, etc.
- French pharmaceutical translators experts in pharmacology, pharmacochemistry, pharmaceutical technology, toxicology, cosmetics and skin products, pharmacoepidemiology, etc.