|We'll be discharging you tomorrow morning.||Mañana lo damos de alta.|
|You'll need to urinate before you can go home.||Usted tendrá que orinar antes de poder volver a casa.|
|You can't drive.||No puede conducir.|
|Do you have somebody to take you home?||¿Hay una persona que le puede llevar a casa?|
|Is there anyone at home who can help you?||¿Hay alguien en casa que lo pueda ayudar?|
|Can you stay with family or friends?||¿Puede quedarse con la familia o amigos?|
|The social worker will arrange for your home health care.||Un trabajador social se encargará de su cuidado de salud a domicilio.|
|Call the doctor if you have any problems.||Llame al médico si tiene algún problema.|
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You will be able to help patients with basic movements during their hospital stay.
You will be able to assess your patient's comfort levels in Spanish.
You will be able to communicate procedures and discuss medication.
You learn how to introduce yourself and others, and ask if the patient understands.
You learn how to communicate basic discharge information in Spanish.
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