DPH Introduces New and Improved PHIL Website

March 30, 2015

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is proud to introduce the new and improved Public Health Information Library (PHIL) website.

Updated to feature a sleek design and increased navigation for ease of use, PHIL is now more user-friendly than ever.

“With the latest PHIL update, no content was changed or added – we mainly just included additional page links and drop-down lists for easier navigation,” said Lisa Miller, DPH HR data manager. “Our goal was to make it more user-friendly so employees could readily find what they needed.”

A technology platform like PHIL is an essential tool for providing DPH staff across the state with relevant information in both a timely and organized manner. 

“The updates to PHIL are another step forward in enhancing collaboration and information-sharing throughout DPH,” said Jimmy Clanton, web developer for DPH’s Division of Communications. “We hope these updates will add value to the important public health work our employees do across the state.”

The PHIL website now includes the following updated features:

  • Main navigational bars (navbars) that appear on every page of PHIL. The navbar at the top right contain links to the Annexes, Calendars, Time and Labor and Suggestion Box. The primary navbar is located beneath the DPHPHIL logo and contains links to District Guides, DPH Class Offerings Forms, Policies & Procedures and Worksite Wellness.
  • Drop-down menus containing related content for major PHIL sections.
  • On the home page, four quick link buttons have been added to get you to PHIL’s most popular pages.
  • Clicking the DPHPHIL logo will get you back to the home page from anywhere on the site.

To access PHIL and view the new changes, visit www.DPHPHIL.org. If you have questions about accessing the site or managing content on PHIL, please contact Mauri Smith or Jimmy Clanton


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