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Using in Scottish Gaelic

A ’cleachdadh sa Ghàidhlig

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Written by Jacob Palmer
Updated over a week ago

You can use in Scottish Gaelic.

Patient view in Scottish Gaelic

If an Scottish Gaelic-speaking patient checks into, it will automatically appear to Scottish Gaelic if the browser's default language is set to Scottish Gaelic.

You can force patient to see Scottish Gaelic by appending ?l=gd to the end of your room link.

Add an Scottish Gaelic interpreter to call

Professional, Clinic and Enterprise customers can request access to Voyce interpreter service, which has English <-> Scottish Gaelic translators who can join a call to translate.

If you already employ a translator through your practice you can add them to a call the same way you would invite a patient by giving them the room link.

Support in Scottish Gaelic offers real-time chat support in Scottish Gaelic. You can click the "Help" icon in the bottom right-hand corner to reach out to our support team in Scottish Gaelic.

Translation errors

If you identify a Scottish Gaelic translation error or improvement, please send proposed improvements to

If you have any questions, please contact our support team.

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