Medical Spanish 2.50

This course was designed with the needs of both medical practitioners and patients in mind. It is an interactive course that can be taken solely as an on-line practice, or students may choose to enroll in our live weekly sessions to discuss material, practice, and work through situations in a live on-line format.

The course is upper beginner or lower intermediate in level and requires some preliminary knowledge of Spanish.

If you are interested in taking the preliminary workshop, click here.

What´s Covered in Medical Spanish 2.5?

The basics of the waiting room, patient intake, asking questions and vocabulary for body and expressing symptoms and pain are central to Medical Spanish 2.05.

After completing this course, students will be able to ask and answer questions regarding symptoms, conditions, fill out forms, and discuss prescriptions and solutions.

Preliminary Knowledge Required:

Upper beginner level of Spanish is highly recommended before taking this course. Even though a preliminary section has been provided for pre-study, basic information of Spanish is important.

  • present tense regular verb conjugation
  • basic sentence structure (gender of adjectives and nouns)
  • question words and phrases
  • body parts
  • how to use flip verbs like gustar and indirect object pronouns
  • basic pronunciation
  • understanding of the difference between ser/estar/haber

Preliminary Review

1
MD 1.01 La Medicina Interna
45 Minutes

In this lesson:

  • introduction of internal body parts
  • listening and speaking practice
  • drag and drop practice
  • a quick introduction to 3 phrases used to express symptoms to be used throughout the course
2
MD 1.02: Las Partes del Cuerpo
3
MD 1.03 Most Common Auxiliary Verb Sentences for Medical Settings
4
MD 1.04 Listening and Speaking Practice
5
MD 1.05 Medical Preliminary Quiz
6
MD 1.06 Reflection of Vocabulary Terms and their Use

In the Waiting Room

1
MD 2.01 – Making Appointments
45 Minutes

In this lesson:

  • Basic phrases for making appointments
  • Basic phrases for understanding typical scheduling questions and requests
  • Listening, speaking and sentence building practice


2
MD 2.02 En la Sala de Espera
45 Minutes

This lesson covers

  • basic phrases for reception in the medical waiting room
  • pronunciation of vocabulary phrases
  • listening practices
  • basic undertanding and processing of phrases

3
MD 2.03 In the Waiting Room
45 Minutes

In this lesson:

  • First patient intake questions
  • Patient answers
  • Practice putting together sentences
  • Pronunciation and listening practices
4
MD 2.04 Listening and Speaking Practice:
5
MD 2.05 Spanish for Patients and Medical Professionals Quiz 2

Section 3

1
MD 3.01 Expressing Symptoms with Estar, Verb of Condition
2
MD 3.02 Asking and Answering Follow Up Questions with Estar
3
MD 3.03 Quiz: Vocabulary Asking Questions and Expressing Symptoms with Estar
4
MD 3.04 Concept Review and Practice
5
MD 3.05 Conversation: Expressing Symptoms with Estar

Section 4

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MD 4.01
2
MD 4.02
3
Medical Spanish 2.50 – Section 4 – Lesson 3
4
Medical Spanish 2.50 – Section 4 – Lesson 4
5
Medical Spanish 2.50 – Section 4 – Quiz

Section 5

1
Medical Spanish 2.50 – Section 5 – Lesson 1
2
Medical Spanish 2.50 – Section 5 – Lesson 2
3
Medical Spanish 2.50 – Section 5 – Lesson 3
4
Medical Spanish 2.50 – Section 5 – Lesson 4
5
Medical Spanish 2.50 – Section 5 – Quiz

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Lectures: 20
Level: Intermediate