Cheylla Silva, (center) her partner for 12 years Byron Mena, (left) and their daughter Lily Mena, (right) asked a federal judge in 2014 to order Baptist Hospital Miami to provide her with an American sign language interpreter because she's deaf. The dismissal of the case is being appealed in federal court.
Cheylla Silva, (center) her partner for 12 years Byron Mena, (left) and their daughter Lily Mena, (right) asked a federal judge in 2014 to order Baptist Hospital Miami to provide her with an American sign language interpreter because she's deaf. The dismissal of the case is being appealed in federal court. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
Cheylla Silva, (center) her partner for 12 years Byron Mena, (left) and their daughter Lily Mena, (right) asked a federal judge in 2014 to order Baptist Hospital Miami to provide her with an American sign language interpreter because she's deaf. The dismissal of the case is being appealed in federal court. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

Court hears appeal of deaf patients who say Baptist should use interpreters in hospital

January 25, 2017 06:45 PM

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