Patient’s wife sues UMMS for not providing interpreter

A deaf woman who alleges the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center refused to provide her with a qualified sign language interpreter while her late husband was undergoing cancer treatments has filed suit against the University of Maryland Medical System. Patricia Ganzzermiller instead had to rely on her sick husband to communicate with his doctors, ...

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