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Interpreter Services

At Harrington, we believe language should never be a barrier to receiving Total Local Care.

Interpreter Services

Harrington provides qualified medical interpreters to assist our non-English speaking or limited-English speaking patients and families.

In addition, through a relationship with Tele-Interpreters; we are able to provide interpreter services for more than 170 languages, including Polish, French, and Russian.

Sign Language

Harrington HealthCare offers approved nationally certified American Sign-Language (ASL) Interpreters upon request.

Advanced notice is required to schedule an appointment with our ASL interpreter. If for some reason, our primary interpreter is not available, we contact the Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and they can provide one to assist you or your family member; however, one week’s notice is required for this service.

Request an Interpreter

To request an interpreter, please call 508-765-8198 or TTY 508-765-3147.

Community Resources

We encourage the community to also utilize our local Southbridge Community Connections for interpreter services that may not relate to hospital-specific concerns.

Southbridge Community Connections offers a comprehensive bridge for community members, offering services to benefit overall health and well-being by providing the right tools and advocating on their behalf.

Located at 346 Main Street in Southbridge, the office can provide outreach, program coordination, translation services, faxing, and consultations for community needs.

For more information, visit their website or call 508-765-6670.


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A belated and well-deserved congratulations to employee Mike Addington (third from left in the photo), who biked the PanMass challenge this year. Mike was on a team with several others, including Dr. Arturo Aguillon (far left).

Mike thanks to the more than 60 people who donated to his ride online or in person. He surpassed his goal of $4,500 by raising $5,650!

Of the experience, he says, "I was ready physically for the ride. But the emotional part was incredible." He cited the many volunteers ringing bells, the signs representing children in past or present treatment and the hundreds of others who called the riders "heroes."

We are proud of you, Mike!!

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