DMACC Healthcare Simulation Center
Simulation learning experiences provide DMACC Health and Public Services students and community partners with a controlled, realistic environment to help develop related decision making, communication, and skills.
Simulation manikins provide access to a wide age range of "patients," from infants to elderly and can be programmed to display symptoms of various illness and conditions. Volunteers portray patients, family members, or visitors to assist students to hone communication skills.
Students from the several DMACC programs from all campuses participate in simulation learning experiences and several special events such as disaster simulation during the Fall and Spring semesters. Simulation Center exists with the help of many health and public services partners and is available to host simulation events. Participating programs include, but are not limited to:
- Associate Degree Nursing
- Practical Nursing
- Health Occupations
- Continuing Education
- Respiratory Therapy
- Surgical Technology
- Fire Science
- Human Services
- Criminal Justice
- Medical Laboratory Technology
- Nursing Assistant
For more information about simulation learning experiences at DMACC, or to arrange a tour at any of our simulation facilities, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.