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Important Notice (09-27-2017): Our entire staff is currently engaged in completing an important and time-sensitive project, and as a result we are experiencing some delays in our daily activities. We ask for your patience while we complete this process and are able to get back to our regular operations.  Please be aware that between now and October 31st it may take us a bit longer to get back to you or provide exam results.  We thank you for your understanding and please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. 

 Welcome Interpreters!

Medical interpreters are a key component of the care team when assisting persons with limited English proficiency.  Since 2010, the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters (National Board) has helped thousands of interpreters further their careers through its excellent credentialing program, by which professional medical interpreters demonstrate they have met nationally set standards to ensure patient safety and compliance with federal guidelines and requirements.  Once a candidate passes the certification exams from the National Board, they are bestowed the CMI Credential (Certified Medical Interpreter). 

The careful vetting process and high standards held by the National Board are just some of the reasons employers and care providers prefer working with CMIs--knowing they will be compliant with regulatory guidelines, provide complete and accurate interpretation, and promote patient safety.  

We currently offer the CMI credential in:

Spanish - Russian - Mandarin - Cantonese - Korean - Vietnamese

Join the CMI family!

The first step is to register and be assigned a Program Advisor. Your Program Advisor is dedicated to helping you succeed and achieve certification. We invite you to take the first step toward the many benefits of being certified -- register for the CMI program today!

Click Here to Register!

The CMI credential is the most prestigious credential offered in the industry. As demand for certification grows and becomes an industry standard, the National Board's CMI credential will open career and professional development opportunities that no other credential can.  The CMI-Spanish credential is accredited by The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA)the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE). The NCCA sets the rigorous standards that must be met by organizations offering certification programs.

 Accredited by the NCCA