The Bonjour-Hello program is a series of tools that allows people working in the health field to inform their patients/clients that they can serve them in French. By wearing a pin or displaying the Bonjour-Hello logo in their workplace, health care professionals are showing their commitment to meeting their patients/clients’ needs and offering safe, quality, patient-centred services.
A number of tools bearing the logo, including pins, posters, stickers for windows, desktop signs and small stickers, among others, are available free of charge to health care professionals in Nova Scotia.
The Bonjour-Hello pin for students in health programs
Réseau Santé has created a special version of its Bonjour-Hello logo for students in health programs. People studying in the health care field at the post-secondary level who speak French can wear the pin to promote the fact that they can serve their patients in French. Students can also take advantage of other resources and initiatives (page in French only).
If you work for Nova Scotia Health or the IWK Health Centre, you can make use of the Government of Nova Scotia’s Bonjour! program.