These tools give you a way to self-evaluate your language proficiency.
This link, from the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines, has the option to click on different languages on the left, and on the different skills (speaking, writing, listening and reading) on the top. As you see the samples matched with the description for each level, you will be able to picture where you are in the grand scheme of things. This is intended to help you see where you are and give you an idea of how to develop tools to grow.
The National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters requires a level of Advanced Mid to take the certification exam, and the National Council of Healthcare Interpreting recommends a level of Advanced High for healthcare interpreting.
On this page, there are links for self assessment for the ILR scale of language proficiency at the bottom of the page. The skill level descriptions are above, and on the right hand of the page there are links to resources for language study and for teachers of foreign languages. Please evaluate yourself with the speaking self assessment in order to provide an estimate of your language proficiency. Keep in mind that the Federal Government considers an ILR 3 appropriate for professional work. That means you can complete all the tasks in level 3. However, many organizations accept a level 2 with a significant amount of elements of 3 for some kinds of work. That would be a level 2+ in ILR terms.