Elevating Health Through Transportation

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Personalized & Certified Health Navigators and Drivers

What's MyHealthDrIv?

MyHealthDrīv (pronounced My Health DRIVE) helps participants have an easier time getting healthy by providing: TRANSPORTATION, SOCIAL SUPPORT, and HEALTHCARE NAVIGATION. 

Our caring, trained drivers become health partners for the entire duration of each round trip—whether to office visits or other health-related needs. During that time, drivers help MyHealthDrīv participants: 

  • get to appointments and medications
  • pursue their treatment plan
  • navigate the healthcare delivery system


Health-related activities can be stressful and overwhelming to anyone at times. Drivers understand what patients are going through. Our drivers give patients a helping hand, making patients' lives a little easier so they can concentrate on getting better.

About Us

MyHealthDrīv is a service of CommunityHealth IT, Inc—a 501c6 at the Kennedy Space Center.

CommunityHealth IT, Inc., established in 2011, is one of the 11 official partners in the OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium (OneFlorida) that is led by the University of Florida (UF). OneFlorida is one of the nation’s 13 clinical data research networks designated by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). This network is designed to accelerate the translation of promising research findings into improved patient access and care.


CommunityHealth IT's MyHealthDrīv is an integral component of the UFHealth Cancer Center awarded and OneFlorida Research Consortium supported pilot “Project CONTINUITY: CONnecTing hIgh risk aNd Underserved Individuals To care in the communitY.


For the Utah Transit Authority (UTA), MyHealthDrīv is currently testing and demonstrating the benefit of an e-Voucher system for use with Volunteer Driver and Voucher Programs for health-related trips and mobility management. This effort is funded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Innovative Coordinated Access and Mobility (ICAM) grant program.