FOR INSPIRATION: SUCCESS STORIES FROM OTHER FRENCH-LANGUAGE HEALTH NETWORKS IN CANADA!
PEI Health Card. The Réseau Santé en français Î.-P.-É. worked with the provincial government to integrate linguistic data into the province's health card. For more information see the link below:
Ontario Health Card. The Réseau des services de santé en français de l'Est de l'Ontario aims to follow the trend by integrating linguistic data into their provincial health card. The Ontario government also made provisions for this purpose in its 2018-2019 budget.
The Cafés de Paris in Nouveau-Brunswick. An initiative of the Horizon Health Network, in New-Brunswick, the Cafés de Paris are language training opportunities for health care professionals within their institutions. In partnership with the Réseau-action Organisation des services of the Société Santé et Mieux-être en français du Nouveau-Brunswick the concept was developed to be transferable to all health facilities.
The Étoiles Santé in Prince-Edward Island. Once a month, the Étoile Santé campaign of the Réseau Santé en français Î.-P.-É. recognizes a health care professional, offering services in French, in a chronicle of the province’s French-language newspaper.
The Directory of Bilingual Health Care Professionals in British Columbia. Available online, the directory of health care professionals offering French-language services is managed by the RésoSanté Colombie-Britannique. The directory is divided into 65 categories and covers 96 municipalities. Its search engine allows navigation by keyword, city, profession, or geographic region