Why Simulation Training?
The University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Palmetto Health Richland, and Greenville Health System provide students with a state-of-art simulation laboratory to hone their clinical skills. Simulation training provides an interactive system to teach both psychomotor skills and crisis resource management for medical and anesthesia students. Simulators dynamically illustrate anesthesia processes and procedures, giving students an opportunity to gain experience in advance of patient care. Certain patient situations are uncommon and therefore a trainee seldom gains experience in managing rare but clinically significant problems. With simulators, you will build your skills and practice unusual events to achieve the best outcome in crisis management. Follow these links for more information on the simulation facilities at Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health Richland.