French Language Services
Xổ số Kiến Giang Tuần trướcLocated in the heart of Manitoba’s French speaking community, St. Boniface Hospital is a symbol of both its past and its present. Founded by four nuns from Montreal, today SBH is mandated to provide health services in French in keeping with the its French Language Services Policy and those of Government of Manitoba, and the regulations established under the legislation governing the Regional Health Authorities of Manitoba.
“To ensure that services in French are available and actively offered to patients, families and the general public within St. Boniface General Hospital (“St. Boniface”) pursuant to the laws of Manitoba and in accordance with the Government of Manitoba French Language Services Policy (“Manitoba FLS Policy”), the WRHA Official Languages Policy, and as per the recommendations of the Gauthier Report (1990) and the Chartier Report (1998).”
Xổ số Kiến Giang Tuần trướcMany of the staff within St. Boniface Hospital are a reflection of its traditions and are able to provide some level of service to patients in French. This staff identifies itself by wearing a name tag framed in green, a green ‘hello-bonjour’ silicone bracelet or a green “bonjour’ pin.
You will see this French presence throughout the hospital where signage is in both official languages. In addition, patient education materials, discharge information and forms are provided in both languages.
Xổ số Kiến Giang Tuần trướcPatients with limited English are invited and encouraged to identify themselves upon admission if possible or to their caregivers so that staff and physicians may make arrangements with other staff and trained interpreters as required to facilitate communication and understanding.
Xổ số Kiến Giang Tuần trướcFor more information on French Language Services, you may contact: