Interpreters

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  1. Johnson22

    Johnson22 johnsons22
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    Are dentists required to have interpreters in their office? Is there anywhere I can find info on this? Thanks!
     
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    Wait, just saw you were in California. In that case, you need to have Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese interpreters on site. Hmong, Korean, and Swedish interpreters can be on an on-call basis.
     

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