British Sign Language Interpreters

The NHS has a responsibility to make sure that a BSL interpreter is provided for you when you use our services. 

If you have an appointment then staff should book an interpreter in advance. 

For emergency hospital visits, you can still ask for a face to face interpreter. You can also use the BSL Online Interpreting service until your interpreter arrives.


BSL Online interpreting - click here for information in BSL


NHSGGC's BSL interpreting service - information in BSL is currently being updated and will be available soon.

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