About Dr. Mosser’s Interpretation Services

The ability to communicate to your top surgeon the aesthetic results you want from a gender affirming surgery in the language that is most effective for you is incredibly important. With the added accessibility of free virtual consultations Dr. Mosser sees patient from all around the world and across the United States. To increase access to trans affirming care Dr. Mosser and The Gender Confirmation Center has added a complimentary interpretation service which provides on the spot interpretation assistance for a variety of languages including American Sign Language. The interpretation service is offered both verbally (speaking with Dr. Mosser) and non-verbally (written communication with Dr. Mosser or the office).

The interpretation service is HIPPA compliant, located within the United States, and each interpreter on staff goes through rigorous training to ensure system security, redundancy, and language availability. Interpreters are available 24/7 which means if an emergency were to arise during non-business hours you and Dr. Mosser would still be able to communicate effectively.

Communication: Changing the Standards of Care for Trans & Gender Expansive Healthcare

Effective communication is another form of accessibility that can be lacking in healthcare environments. Research evidence indicates that there are strong relationships between a healthcare providers communication skills and a patient’s capacity to follow through with medical recommendations. A fundamental part of communicating is understanding one another, which is why having the choice to speak with your provider in the language you’re able to communicate best in is paramount.  Accurate and effective communication can lead to some of the following positive healthcare communication outcomes. Some of these positive outcomes could be at risk if the patient and provider are unable to communicate effectively:

  • Patient Safety/Improved Diagnostic Accuracy; Most diagnoses of health risks that top surgery may pose for someone come from the medical history interview and the top surgery consultation
  • Patient Adherence; This means the patients ability to follow the healthcare providers instructions
  • Patient Satisfaction; One element comprising patient satisfaction is the ability for your top surgeon to clearly communication reasonable expectations for your top surgery or body contouring Set expectations could include risks and benefits of the procedure, explaining the recovery period, advice on continuing care if your top surgeon isn’t local etc.

Language Interpretation Offered

If you don’t see the language you require interpretation for please email us at info@genderconfirmation.com.  Below is a complete language list that Dr. Mosser’s office can interpret:

Acholi (Sudan-Uganda)
Afghan
Afrikaans
Akan
Akateko
Aklan
Albanian
American Sign Language
Amharic (Ethiopia)
Apache
Arabic
Armenian
Armenian (Eastern)
Armenian (Western)
Ashanti
Assyrian
Azerbaijani
Bahasa/Brunei
Baluchi
Bambara
Banda
Bangi
Bao-an

Basque
Bassa
Belorussian
Bemba (Zambia)
Bengali
Berber
Bhojpuri
Bhutanese
Bicol
Borana
Bosnian
Brazil-Portuguese
Bulgarian
Burmese
Cakchiquel
Cambodian
Cantonese
Cape Verdean
Catalan
Cebuano
Chaldean
Chamorro
Chao Chow

Chavacano
Cherokee
Chichewa
Chin
Chin (Falam)
Chin (Hakha)
Chin (Matu)
Chin (Tedim)
Chin (Zanniat)
Chin (Zophei)
Chinese
Chui Chow
Chungshan
Chuukese
Cree
Creek
Crioulo
Croatian
Czech
Dakota
Danish
Dari (Afghanistan)
Dinka (Sudan)

Dutch
Dzongkha
Ebon
Edo
Egyptian Arabic
English
English
Eritrean
Eskimo
Esperanto
Estonian
Ethiopian
Ewe
Fang
Fanti
Farsi
Fijian
Fijian Polynesian
Filipino
Finnish
Flemish
Fon
Foochow

French
French Cajun
French Canadian
French Creole
Frisian
Fukienese
Fulani
Fuzhou
Ga
Gaddang
Gaelic
Galician
Gallinya
Gana
Ganda (Uganda)
Garri
Georgian
German
Grebo
Greek
Guamanian
Guarani
Gujarati
Gulf Arabic
Gwa
Haitian Creole
Hakka
Hamer-Bana
Hausa
Hawaii Creole
Hebrew
Hindi
Hindko

Hindustani
Hmong
Hokkien
Hopi
Huibei
Huizhou
Hunanese
Hungarian
Ibanag
Ibo
Icelandic
Ilocano
Ilonggo
Indonesian
Inupiaq
Iraqi Arabic
Italian
Jakartanese
Jamican English Creole (Patois)
Japanese
Jarai
Javanese
Jingpho
Jula
Kachchi
Kamba
Kanjobal
Kannada
Karen
Karenni
Kashmiri
Kayah
Kazakh

Khamu
Khmer
Kikuyu
Kinya/Rwanda
Kirghiz
Kirundi
Kiswahili
Kizigua
Kongo
Korean
Krahn
Krio
Kru/Krumen
Kunama
Kurdish
Kurdish (Badini)
Kurdish (Kurmanji)
Kurdish (Sorani)
Lahu
Lakota
Lanzhou
Lao
Latvian
Levantine Arabic
Lingala
Lithuanian
Loma
Luganda
Luo
Luxembourgeois
Maay Somali
Macedonian
Magahi

Maithili
Malagasy
Malay
Malayalam
Malinke
Maltese
Mam
Mandarin
Mandingo
Mandinka
Mankon
Marathi
Marshallese
Maya
Mende
Mien
Mina
Mirpuri
Mixteco
Mixteco Alto
Mixteco Bajo
Mizo
Mola
Moldovan
Mongolian
Montagnard Dega/Mon-Khmer
Montenegrin
Moroccan Arabic
Mossi
Nahuatl
Nanjing
Navajo
Ndebele

Neapolitan
Nepali
Nigerian English Pidgin
Norwegian
Nuer (Sudan)
Oromo (Ethiopia)
Other Billable
Ouatchi
Paluan
Pampango
Pangasinan
Papiamento
Pashto (Afghanistan)
Pennsylvania Dutch
Persian
Pidgin English
Pohnpeian
Polish
Polynesian
Portuguese
Portuguese Creole
Pothohari
Pulaar
Punjabi
Purepecha/Tarasco
Quechua
Quiche
Rohingya
Romani
Romanian

Russian
Samoan
Saraiki
Saudi Arabic
Senegalese
Serbian
Serbo-Croatian
Shanghainese
Sichuan/Szechuan
Sicilian
Sierra Leone Creole
Sindi
Sinhala
Slovak
Slovakian
Slovenian
Somali
Soninke
Soninke (Maraka)
Soninke (Sarahuleh)
Soninke (Sarakole)
Spanish
Suchown
Sudanese Arabic
Susu/Soso
Swahili
Swahili (Chimwiini)
Swahili (Kibajuni)
Swedish
Sylheti

Tadzhik
Taechew
Tagalog
Taiwanese
Tamil
Telugu
Temne
Thai
Tibetan
Tigrigna (Eritrea)
Tohono O’Odham
Toisan
Toishanese
Tongan
Triqui
Trukese/Chuukese
Tshiluba
Turkish
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uyghur
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Visayan
Visayan
Waray-Waray
Welsh
Wolof
Wu

Wuxinese
Xhosa
Yapese
Yemeni Arabic
Yiddish
Yoruba
Yucateco
Yugoslavian
Yupik
Zambal
Zande
Zapoteco
Zarma
Zomi
Zulu