Simulation Center Open House Celebrates Seven Years of Service to Students, Community
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Becky Damazo, Director
Rural Clinical Simulation Center
The Rural Northern California Simulation Center, a medical skills training center for local doctors, nurses and students, will celebrate seven years of service to the community at an open house Oct. 7.
Founded in 2006 by the California State University, Chico School of Nursing in partnership with Enloe Medical Center, Feather River Hospital and Oroville Hospital, the Rural SimCenter provides teams of medical professionals and students with an environment in which to develop critical-care skills using computer-controlled mannequins and volunteers. The open house celebration, slated for 4 to 7 p.m., will feature tours of the center, demonstrations of new equipment and an unveiling of future plans.
The complete release is available on the CSU, Chico News website.