Course Description

16 Hours / Self-Paced / Online Access / Mentor Supported -

When we lose our ability to understand each other, the consequences can be devastating. And in an industry where solid communication is a matter of life-and-death, the ability to speak a second language makes you an irreplaceable asset.

And that isn’t hyperbole.

Spanish for the Medical Front Office is a self-paced, online occupational conversation course. We’ll cover basic reception terms, standard insurance jargon, and general medical terminology to help build relationships, collect information, and set expectations for patients and their families. Everything is included for one, low payment of .

Course Mentor

Tara Bradley Williams has 25+ years of Spanish and ELL (English Language Learner) teaching experience at the high school, community college, and corporate training levels. Tara has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and Sociology from St. Norbert College and a Master’s degree in Adult Education from the University of Denver.


What's Included

16 hours course length

16 hours of
Course Material

Self-paced online

Online Access

Mentor Support


Who Should Take This Course?

As an Office Administrator or Manager, you’ll work with folks from different backgrounds, all with varying beliefs and needs. That’s why clear, concise, empathetic communication is essential. If you want to improve your patients’ overall experience and expand your career opportunities within the industry, Medical Spanish for the Front Office is a great way to boost your knowledge and increase your value in the workplace.

Bundle With These Courses

Executive Assistant
Medical Administrative Assistant w/EHR
Physical Therapy Office Professional
Veterinary Receptionist

Course Outline

Spanish Fundamentals:

  • Introduction
  • Greetings
  • More Greetings
  • More Conversational Phrases
  • Survival Words
  • Numbers 0–9
  • Numbers 10–1000
  • Colors
  • Directions
  • Places
  • Questions
  • Time
  • Months & Seasons
  • Days of the Week & Dates
  • Family
  • Personal Characteristics
  • Likes & Dislikes

Spanish for the Medical Front Office:

  • Introduction
  • Receptions
  • Registration
  • Places
  • Insurance Terms & Vocabulary
  • Job Titles & People
  • Medical History
  • Specific Questions
  • Emergencies & Common Injuries
  • Parts of the Body
  • Internal Organs