“a significant influence on community life and a centre of excellence”. . - Lord Chan


Translation and Interpretation Service

WMO ISO-9001

Wirral Multicultural Organisation (WMO) offers one to one and group translation and interpretation services to a wide range of service providers that include health services (GP and nurse appointments, various medical tests)  in Wirral. Services provided to GP surgeries and some health services are free.

We are also one of the preferred providers of the Wirral CCG (Primary Care NHS), Wirral Community NHS Trust, Wirral Council, private medical hospitals and other commercial providers to deliver interpretation & translation services in their settings. We also have services delivered to schools and other departments of Wirral Council and private services.

Usual working hours

Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm (you must make an appointment before using this service)

For outside working hours please contact our T & I Team

Languages we support

Qualified interpreters are available in Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, Urdu, Mandarin, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovakian Tamil, Vietnamese and many more. This service is free for attending GP or other primary health care appointments.

If you have a request for the service please contact

T & I Coordinator
Tel: 0151 792 5116
Fax: 0151 6662702
email: interpreter@wmo.org.uk

T & I Service provided to:

Wirral CCG NHS

Wirral Council

Wirral NHS Community Trust


How to Find us:

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Contact Us:

Wirral Multicultural Organisation
111 Conway Street,
Birkenhead, Wirral,
CH41 4AF

Tel: 0151 666 4547
Fax: 0151 666 4555

Email: info@wmo.org.uk

About Us:

Wirral Multicultural Organisation was established back in 1992 to meet the needs of BME groups in Wirral.

Promote for the benefit of the BME of Wirral without any distinction a common interest to advance education, provide facilities in the interest of social welfare for recreation and leisure with the object of improving conditions of life for the inhabitants by reason of social ethnic and economic circumstances. Promote social inclusion and establish a centre for purpose and access of services