Unlike in the legal interpreting field, true certification programs for medical interpreters are rare. The situation varies by state, language, and company, but certification opportunities and requirements will likely increase over the next few years. In addition to the National certifications available for Medical interpreters in Georgia, One Voice has an internal hiring system available only to its own interpreters. The

National Association of the Deaf and the Registry for Interpreters of the Deaf (RID) have several

special certificates for particular venues. Our interpreters are held accountable against the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care’s (NCIHC)  National Code of Ethics for Interpreters in Health Care. One Voice has also produced its own codes such as confidentiality code, dress code, pre-session code. etc.  An interpreter who has gone through any formal training should be aware of the principles contained in these codes of ethics.