Manitoba’s French-speaking community is able to receive a full range of French-language health care services.
In order to improve access to quality French-language health and social services, Santé en français provides collaborative leadership that engages and supports partners.
Health and Social Services. Offer them. Ask for them… en français.
Santé en français acknowledges that our office is located on Treaty 1 territory and that the land on which we our offices are located is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is Santé en français a medical office?
No, Santé en français is not a medical office. Santé en français is the representative of Francophones to ensure and promote French-language services in the health care and social services field. We work in partnership with the Francophone community as well as health care and social service providers, educational bodies, governments, and community leaders to improve access to French-language health and social services.
What are the benefits of French-language services?
Full access to French-language health and social services provides several obvious advantages, not only for Francophones in Manitoba but also for the entire healthcare and social services system. See the list of main benefits.
How do I obtain a Manitoba Health card?
Go to the Governement of Manitoba website:
Click the green box that reads REGISTER for a Manitoba Health Card and follow the steps.
I’m looking for a job in the health sector; may I send you my resume?
Santé en français does not recruit individuals on behalf of our partners. We do however support their recruitment efforts by posting their available bilingual positions on our website. View all current jobs.