Medical Spanish Classes
Are you hoping to advance your career in healthcare? A medical student? Or an experienced doctor, looking for an extra edge and to be able to communicate with more of your patients? Then a course in Medical Spanish in Barcelona is for you!
In this program, you will participate in 20 group Spanish lessons as well as 4 private courses per week. Within the group lessons, the focus will be on general language skills, as the private courses will provide you with medical jargon in Spanish.
In the Medical Spanish in Barcelona program, you will focus on medical vocabulary within your specific field as well as gain the chance to practice skills related to tasks you will be performing on a daily basis. The practice time and skills will allow you to become comfortable communicating with Spanish-speaking patients and colleagues. You will also gain the opportunity to explore the dynamic city of Barcelona while learning a new culture and the nuances of the Spanish language.
Quick Facts Medical Spanish
Who Should Take the Medical Spanish Course?
Healthcare professionals who are interested in continuing to develop themselves, as well as those studying medicine, would do the best in this course. In all fields, professionals who speak multiple languages often are presented with more job opportunities as well as advantages, but this holds especially true for which is especially true for doctors and nurses. We crafted this course in order to ensure that you are able to take advantage of all of these benefits, from resume improving to bettering relationships with clients.
We have put together some example curricular modules, in order to paint a picture of what material might be encountered in this program. Regardless, given that the course includes private classes, it is possible to organize the course material around what you are interested in.
The Medical Health in Spanish
- Public Health
- Open Institutions: Ambulatory attention
- Closed Institutions: hospital centers
- Urgent health care
Medical Vocabulary in Spanish
- Medical vocabulary for general medical practice (diseases, the body, etc.)
- Review medical vocabulary for specific areas of medical practice (dentistry, pharmaceuticals, etc.)
The Medical Conference
- How to present research to large groups
- How to communicate with other medical professionals.
- Vocabulary to use while traveling
What level of Spanish do I need for this program?
You will need a minimum A2 Spanish level.
Is it possible to choose the schedule for group and private lessons?
Group lessons are scheduled from 9:30 am to 1:20 pm or from 2:20 pm to 6:30 pm. Private lessons, however are arranged according to availability.
Wil I receive a certificate?
Yes, you will receive a course certificate after finishing your program. This will include the number of lessons completed, course dates, and Spanish level reached.
Medical Spanish Classes Reviews
All the teachers I’ve had here have been very engaged in the group as well as in the progress of the individuals. The spirit in the class and at the school is friendly and cozy, when you come to a big city without knowing anyone that means a lot. I can recommend anyone wanting to learn spanish to choose Expanish.