At the Community Cancer Center, we recognize that our patients and families come from diverse backgrounds and speak a variety of languages.
If you are a patient who needs help communicating with our staff, we can arrange for an interpreter. Our interpreters:
- translate any language, including sign languages
- can assist you in person or by telephone
- can also translate important forms, brochures, and other written materials
How to Receive Language Assistance
You can indicate your need for language assistance at any time throughout the course of your care, from the time you register as a patient at the Community Cancer Center. We will also note your language preference in your electronic medical record.
To arrange interpretation services, please ask a member of your health care team to contact the Language Assistance Program at 309.451.8500 or 309.451.2231.