George Washington University Hospital

Crys

They're awesome about providing interpreters; I've never had them say no. They've always asked if I prefer a male or female interpreter (extra kudos for this). And when I schedule a new appointment, they ask ME if I want an interpreter instead of me requesting one. Nicely done. I'm a fan. I hear other hospitals in the area aren't as great when it comes to providing access for Deaf patients. 

You can communicate with doctors through their online system (you have to pre-register). You can also use their system to check your labs, test results, and make appointments. 

  • Makes Eye Contact
  • Speaks Clearly
  • Positive Attitude
  • Accepts Relay Calls
  • Schedule/Order On-line or E-mail
  • Service Animal Allowed
  • Well Lit Environment
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Experience Hiring Interpreter

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