Our 4,356 sq. ft. Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Lab, pictured below, includes seven SP rooms (set up as outpatient clinical examination rooms), three HFPS rooms (set up as inpatient hospital rooms), a control room, a student debriefing room, a SP meeting room/lounge, a student waiting room, and server and storage rooms. Each simulation room is equipped with two ceiling mounted cameras and one microphone, a sink and cabinet, exam table or hospital bed, diagnostic and/or treatment equipment, exam stool and patient chair; hospital rooms are also equipped with fully functional headwalls simulating oxygen, air and suction. The control room is equipped with five computer stations, each having a separate computer monitor, two video monitors, and communication devices allowing for monitoring of hallways and simulation rooms and direct communication with each room and a hallway paging system. Three of the computer stations are also set up specifically for the HFPS. The server room requires extensive computer and network equipment to store video files and provide web-based access for students and faculty to review the recorded simulated patient encounters.
Below you can see images of our brand new, state-of-the-art Interprofessional Clinical Simulation Lab. Each room and hallway is equipped with speakers, microphones, and cameras to allow for monitoring by faculty in the control room.