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Our Simulation Center

Our cutting-edge patient simulation center is designed to emulate the conditions health care professionals encounter in real settings. Each room contains a modern array of equipment utilized in different clinical scenarios. Healthcare professionals can practice and refine their skills with a diverse patient population without putting real patients at risk. Simulation sessions conducted in our units provide opportunities to practice caring for a wide range of patients at various stages of life and wellness. Students get plenty of hands on time with it all, so that in their clinical rotations they're familiar with the equipment often seen in local area healthcare settings.

Progressive Care Unit

A nine (9) bay patient care center where students, faculty, and providers conduct medical procedures ranging in basic to advanced care scenarios.

 

• Remote call bell systems communicate a patients need for assistance.

• A nursing station with matrix is utilized to manage multiple patient bays.

• Two control rooms enable multiple patient interactions taking place simultaneously.

• Debriefing room where participants review their performance, discuss, and learn.

• A conference table with a patient or task trainer stored inside.

Acute Care Unit

Comprised of four (4) beds used to deliver advanced learning opportunities to health care professions in an acute care setting. Students are expected to handle multiple patients at once in this setting.

Trauma/ER/Flex Unit

Designed to accommodate a variety of scenarios, our flex space sports traditional hospital beds and clinical style exam tables. This unit can function as a provider office, procedural room, outpatient procedure room, emergency room, or trauma room.

Home Care Unit 1

Where students practice working with discharged patients in their home environment. Patients receive continued care by visiting nurses and/or home health aids. Patient practice involves confirming patient is doing well adjusting to lifestyle at home, following suggested procedures and/or medications, and educating the patient on best practices for continued healthy outcomes.

Basic Care Unit

Three (3) rooms comprised of twelve (12) beds used to deliver introductory learning opportunity for nursing students. Communication and repetitive practice skills are performed in this area.