A fully equipped ambulance mounted on pneumatics is a centerpiece of our simulation lab. The ambulance mimics the bumps, rocking and bouncing of road travel, so students can refine challenging, life-saving skills while in a moving vehicle.
Students have ample opportunities to practice skills both independently and with the support of our experienced staff. Responsive, life-sized simulation mannequins are programmed for realistic symptoms of heart attack, stroke, allergic reactions and more.
Emergency calls don’t usually happen in perfect settings. Paramedics find patients in their beds, bathrooms and in many different places without adequate lighting. That’s why we provide four full-scale living spaces for skills-based learning. We feature a kitchen, living room, bathroom and bedroom, fully furnished and with adjustable lighting.
Contact Program Director Matthew ScottPhone: 856-242-5960