On Dec. 10, we will open the UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and the UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital to patients. Together, the hospitals provide the Southeast’s most advanced home for the care of patients with cardiovascular and neurological conditions. Several hundred faculty and staff are involved in transition activities to move services, staff and patients into these incredible facilities, specially designed to meet their needs.
Visit Blueprints on Bridge (bridge.UFHealth.org/blueprints) to access the latest information to share with co-workers and patients. This new, employee-only version of the Blueprints for Progress public site (blueprints.UFHealth.org) is a go-to location for resources about new construction, renovations, access and wayfinding across the system.
During the new hospital transition, Blueprints on Bridge is where you’ll find FAQs, fact sheets, naming guidelines, maps and orientation information as well as event details. If you forget the link, just type “Blueprints” in the Bridge search bar or look under the “News & Events” tab, where you’ll find links for all our print and digital newsletters and tools.
“The Bridge is accessible to all faculty and staff at UF Health, and it’s a convenient location for resources to help employees navigate the new hospital transition,” said Kim Rose, UF Health Communications strategic communications director. “We want staff to be engaged, well-informed and able to talk about what’s going on at UF Health with their colleagues, families and neighbors.”
For new hospital orientation and training, you’ll find the link for an interactive myTraining module, which is accessible via computer or mobile device at mytraining.hr.ufl.edu.
The module, developed by UF Health Shands HR Development, enables users to navigate a main menu of different training sections: programs and services by floor, parking and access, wayfinding and an information center. Each interactive section features multimedia tools, including photos, floor plans, fact sheets, maps and an introduction video created by UF Health Communications.
Users will be able to navigate training content in any order and complete it at a self-guided pace.