I'm a nursing student who just started the last in-hospital placement of my curriculum (yay!). I'm working on a postpartum unit at a hospital that is known for its polyglotism - my preceptor told me that about 85% of the patient population needs a translator when talking to the doctors. The main languages that they see are Spanish, Portuguese, and Haitian Creole.
What I'm trying to do is put together a list for myself of phrases that I'll be using all the time, translated into all three languages. I'd really appreciate your help in completing it. A lot of these were taken from a book on Spanish for healthcare professionals. I took my best stab at the Portuguese, but I was teaching myself from Wikipedia, and the Creole I didn't even attempt.
Gracias / obrigada / mesi!