UCLA Health and LogicJunction Partner
UCLA Medical Plaza buildings 100, 200, and 300 will soon offer digital wayfinding technology to patients and visitors.
UCLA Health and LogicJunction have partnered to bring digital wayfinding technology to the UCLA Medical Plaza located next to the Ronald Reagan Medical Center. The three buildings located at 100, 200, and 300 UCLA Medical Plaza provide seamless access to outpatient services, including the medical offices of faculty physicians, most outpatient programs of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA, and ancillary services including clinical laboratories, pharmacies and radiology.
UCLA Medical Plaza buildings pictured left to right: Vatche and Tamar Manoukian Medical Building located at 100 UCLA Medical Plaza, Peter Morton Medical Building located at 200 UCLA Medical Plaza, and Wendy and Leonard Goldberg Medical Building located at 300 UCLA Medical Plaza.
LogicJunction’s mobile-friendly wayfinding platforms will improve patient and visitor access to the physicians and services operating at these locations by enhancing appointment preplanning and streamlining travel between the buildings, as well as to-and-from the medical center.
LogicJunction’s digital wayfinding system provides hospitals turn-key indoor mapping and navigation platforms, including wayfinding websites, mobile apps, and digital display kiosks manufactured by CTS Healthcare. The comprehensive system will provide an easy way for patients and visitors to view directions whether they are at home or at the hospital. Visitors of the UCLA Medical Plaza buildings will have access to interactive digital maps via the hospital’s website, appointment reminders, or by using wayfinding kiosks placed in each lobby.
“We’re excited to work with UCLA on a project that can greatly impact patient experience,” said Mark Jowell, LogicJunction CEO. “We’re confident our healthcare-focused wayfinding system will help UCLA Health achieve their objective of providing a great experience for patients every time they visit the UCLA campus.”
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