Medical Online Spanish Training – Your Way

Canopy Medical Spanish focuses on common interactions to help you rapidly improve communication with patients

Canopy Medical Spanish

Why Canopy Medical Spanish is Right For You...

In an NIH-funded study, Canopy was shown to improve medical Spanish ability in medical students and professionals. Canopy is self-paced, to fit your busy schedule. The online course includes three levels: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Custom videos help you every step of the way, and provide pronunciation and cultural cues.


Start and stop when you need to. Designed for busy healthcare professionals.


Certification and CME credits available for using Canopy.


Canopy is used by prestigious organizations, including New York Presbyterian, Penn Medicine, Duke Medicine, and more.


See, hear and practice interactions with videos you control. Learn about cultural differences and meanings.

Videos for Medical Professionals

Canopy's video lessons provide you with greetings and other basics, but they quickly focus in on the most common practitioner-patient interactions.

Canopy's Rich Quiz Features

Each study section includes a quiz with multiple choice questions, but also audio conversations, pronunciations, and cultural factors.

Start Your Path to Medical Spanish Proficiency Now!

Your no-obligation Free Trial includes access to Canopy Medical Spanish at the Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced level. You will not be billed unless you choose to subscribe to Canopy at $30 per month, billed annually. Complete the form to start your free trial now!

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Recent Canopy study: Within the next decade, one-in-twelve patients will be Spanish-only Speaking.

"I love that it simulates real conversations, but also allows you to do basic things, such as review vocabulary words."
Ashley Donaldson, Medical Student, University of Kansas