Welcome to the Alabama Chapter of the IMIA. The IMIA's goal is for all IMIA Chapters to flourish to meet all the needs of the members of each region. While the IMIA is international it believes in the 'Think Global, Act Local' motto. We will have periodic conference calls to allow members in this region to network and find ways to advance the profession together in the region. Please email your representative with ideas, issues, and topics that you think should be discussed. The IMIA believes that organizing an IMIA Symposium each year in each state should be a key goal of the Chapter. If you are willing to volunteer to assist, please let your representative know.
Find or post medical interpreting conferences or events in Alabama
Find or post trainings and workshops in Alabama
Find IMIA members in Alabama
Find IMIA Corporate members in Alabama
To be listed in the IMIA Interpreter Registry
ALABAMA INFORMATION & RESOURCES
IMIA Fact Sheet
IMIA Standards of Excellence
IMIA Strategic Plan 2010-2016
Language Access: United States Department of Justice Language Access informative presentation, please click on the link below to view.
The IMIA is pleased to announce that Oscar Comulada, CMI is the IMIA State Chapter Chair for Alabama. Please feel free to contact him at IMIAAlabama@imiaweb.org.
Oscar Comulada, CMI, originally from Puerto Rico, currently resides in the state of Alabama with his wife and two children. He is the owner of a language service company, Language Solutions, Inc. with a staff of four employees. His company provides services to North Alabama’s largest hospital system as well as many doctors’ offices and clinics throughout North Alabama. He serves as Vice President of the Alabama Hispanic Association and the Huntsville Hispanic Advisory Committee.
The IMIA is pleased to announce that Kamilah Torres-Carmona is the IMIA State Chapter Vice Chair for Alabama. Please feel free to contact her at IMIAAlabamavc@imiaweb.org.
Kamilah Torres-Carmona is a Certified Medical Interpreter and Registered Medical Assistant. She has been in the medical field for over 20 years as a bilingual allied health professional. She has been privileged to work in numerous medical specialties which helped her become a more effective interpreter. She currently resides in Huntsville, AL and is a volunteer for several committees through the IMIA and TAPIT. Her vision is to continue to expand the profession and educate interpreters as well as providers on the importance of language access for effective and beneficial healthcare.
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