Clinical Skills and Simulation Center

A 7,500 square foot state-of-the-art Clinical Skills and Simulation Center, with 12 examinations rooms, a consultation area, a monitoring and control room as well as training rooms for standardized patients, provides a variety of clinical settings for students to gain hands-on experience and learn and practice essential skills such as:

  • obtaining a medical history
  • conducting physical examinations
  • documenting findings
  • developing treatment management plans
  • and counseling patients

Equipped with training simulators and medical mannequins, the CSSC is used to teach clinical assessment and intervention skills, such as heart, lung, and bowel sounds, venipuncture and catheterization. Additionally, the center provides space exclusively for research and development in virtual simulation technology.