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Free interpreting service for GPs and medical specialists

18/10/2017
TIS_Inline_Black-2.png General Practitioners and approved Medical Specialists can access the Free Interpreting Service through TIS National when delivering Medicare‑rebateable services in private practice to anyone with a Medicare card. Working with professional interpreters is essential to ensuring medical practitioners are able to communicate effectively with their patients and are protected from professional risk. 

The service is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year and can be accessed by completing the client registration form. Hard copies of TIS resources are available through your Gold Coast Primary Health Network Practice Support Officer or email: practicesupport@gcphn.com.au.   

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