Infographic: Accommodation at Doctor's Office

Infographic titled 'Accommodation at Doctor's Office' on a background featuring medical crosses.
In order to ensure access to people with disabilities, private and public medical professionals must:

Make reasonable modifications to policies, practices, & procedures.

Provide auxiliary aids & services, such as a sign language interpreter, to ensure the patient can communicate effectively with medical staff.

Ensure physical access so all your patients and future patients can see their doctor.

Medical facilities may not charge patients for accommodations.

If you have any questions about the Americans with Disabilities Act, contact us at 1-800-949-4232

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Contact Us

Northeast ADA Center: 1-607-255-6686

ADA National Network: 1-800-949-4232

Email Us: northeastada@cornell.edu