NEW YORK, May 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Building on their success in video relay interpreting, LifeLinks has introduced
From doctors treating a patient in the emergency room to lawyers taking a deposition in the most important case of the career to a District Attorney questioning a witness in a murder trial, LifeLinks now provides the real time interpreting when it matters most.
Using any current computer or most iPhone/Android handheld devices, users gain instant access to LifeLinks pool of interpreters located around the world. This guarantees that any time a situation arises, doctors/nurses/lawyers will be able to communicate with their patients or clients. There is no need to buy specialized equipment or hire round-the-clock on-site interpreters. It allows users to save money, maximize their choice of interpreter and type of technology used, and enables people to take control of their conversations.
LifeLinks employs highly talented, certified and experienced interpreters and support professionals. Headquartered in New York City, NY, LifeLinks provides its users access to interpreting services in sign language and 180 spoken languages, as well as innovating cutting edge video conferencing technology.
Applications include interpreting for foreign-speaking deaf and hard-of-hearing people in night courts, sheriffs' offices, police vehicles, immigration, airports, hospital patients, ports of entry, customs, borders, TV news stations, etc.
Founded in 2003, LifeLinks started as a service for medical providers needing to better communicate with all their patients regardless of their hearing level. Now headquartered in New York City, LifeLinks is the premier on-demand video interpreting and relay service, offering live translation in over 180 languages as well as sign language for the hearing impaired. The company concentrates its services in select business and medical sectors. For more information visit http://www.lifelinks.net.
Media Contact:Evan David212-563-5000Evan(at)lifelinks(dot)nethttp://www.lifelinks.net
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