Skyline College Allied Health Sciences now has a new Simulation Laboratory located in Building 7, Room 7211. The lab features state-of-the-art Gaumard adult, infant and premie tetherless simulators. The lab also includes full patient monitors, beds, standard clinical supplies and a video recording system.
Patient simulators can provide all vital signs, including heart & respiratory rates, pulses, lung sounds, pupil response and oxygen saturation. The manikins are able to realistically simulate virtually any medical problem or condition, including cardiac, respiratory, neurological, musculoskeletal and metabolic issues.
The patient simulators provide a total hands-on experience in which students are able to see the results of their actions in real time. Currently, the Simulation Lab is used for training students in the Emergency Medical Care, Surgical Technology, Respiratory Care, Anesthesia Technology, and Central Services Technology programs.
If faculty at Skyline have any questions or would like to schedule some time in the lab, please contact Anrey Bartoszynski, Lab Coordinator & Technologist at (650) 738-7928.