Simulation Center Directory
Clinical Simulation Centers offer a vast array of simulation opportunities for students. The following Simulation Centers welcome inquiries from those who would like to learn more about these learning environments.
Would you be willing to let others tour your clinical simulation center and share your insights? Add your center to the SIRC Simulation Center Directory.
Centers are alphabetized by State/Province.
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Texas - Stephen F. Austin State University
Name of Sim Center: Ed & Gwen Cole Simulation Center
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Texas - Texas A&M Health Science Center
Name of Sim Center: Simulation Centers
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Texas - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Name of Sim Center: The Clinical Simulations Center (CSC)
Additionally, the simulated two bed emergency/intensive care unit has wall suction and oxygen outlets, realistic crash carts with defibrillator and electrocardiogram (EKG) simulator. The emergency/intensive care unit is equipped with the required audio visual equipment to conduct and record high-fidelity simulations. The Simulated Clinic Examination Area, designed to mimic a clinic setting, has two rooms subdivided into 13 additional examination rooms or cubicles. Each state-of-the-art examination room is fully stocked with the supplies and equipment necessary for performing a physical examination. The High Fidelity Simulation Area is composed of two rooms that are home to Sim Baby and Sim Man. Each room is designed to allow faculty to observe the learners' actions through a one-way observation window and have wall and ceiling mounted digital cameras and microphones to allow for event recording in an adjourning control room. Each room has realistic wall suction units, oxygen outlets and bedside networked computers for point of care charting and access to web-based resources. The Apartment Setting includes a living room (that is closed off for debriefing), dining area, bathroom, and kitchen to simulate a home-health setting.