FAYETTEVILLE, NC (March 13, 2018) – Say goodbye to asking for directions at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center.
The region’s largest hospital has a new wayfinding app to help patients and visitors find their way around the 21st century way.
The ValleyWay app is now available for download on Apple iOS and Android smartphones. The app runs on Connexient’s MediNav platform, offering indoor maps to help patients navigate the hospital’s hallways and elevators.
The app also allows users to find other Cape Fear Valley buildings and clinics on the medical center’s main campus. Users can even save their parking location on campus and be guided back after their visit with a single touch of a button.
“We are honored Cape Fear Valley Health turned to Connexient for this truly integrated wayfinding solution,” said Mark Green, Connexient CEO and Co-founder.
The app works with Bluetooth beacons placed around the hospital campus. It can pinpoint a user’s location within a few meters and gives step-by-step directions to a desired destination.
Users who don’t have smartphones or don’t want to download the app can still use its navigation features online by visiting www.capefearvalley.com.
Connexient provides innovative indoor mapping, navigation and location-based services to hospitals and healthcare networks with large and complex buildings and campuses. To learn more, visit www.connexient.com.
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