EOC Patient Simulators

EOC Patient Simulators

 

Inside Lorain County Community College’s Ridge Campus simulated learning is on display.

 

The state of the art Health Care Simulation Center is open for business.   The Allied Health and Nursing career students have the opportunity to learn on brand new emergency medical, nursing, pregnant mother and even newborn simulators.

 

“The students can’t wait to get into the lab,” said Hope Moon, Dean of Allied Health and Nursing at Lorain County Community College.  “They love interacting with the simulators.”  The simulators react to nursing and paramedic interventions.

 

The community can also train in the LCCC Labs.  “Local hospitals will be able to utilize the labs for training needs as well as paramedics, EMS and Fire,” said Moon.

 

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