Soldiers training at the new Scottsdale Healthcare Military Partnership’s Training Center will now get to experience battlefield trauma injuries almost like being on the warfront, using high-tech human simulators that bleed and imitate battlefield trauma injuries, providing hands-on training to military medical personnel.
military to perform successfully under wartime conditions. With the addition of EMS’ SIMXpress, a simulation management and audio-video recording solution, military medicalpersonnel will have the ability to improve their clinical and technical skills, and build their behavioral skills such as leadership, communication, and team work, which are necessary in trauma and disaster scenarios.
Working with Education Management Solutions’ (EMS) simulation management technology in its new training center, the Scottsdale Healthcare Military Partnership will provide the training needed for the
EMS’ SIMXpress is a portable, wireless, web-based, audio-video recording, performance evaluation, and data management solution, which will allow users to better record, view and evaluate military medical personnel during emergency scenarios to improve response times and preparedness. The unit includes pre-installed software to manage and record three camera views, one or more high-fidelity simulator’s vital signs monitor and event logs.
Located on the Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center campus in Scottsdale, Arizona, the 7,500-square-foot Military Training Center is one of the first community hospitals in the nation to provide military trauma training, and is a model for other hospitals and military bases in preparing military medical personnel while building relationships that can be used in possible disaster response situations.
Scottsdale Healthcare’s Military Partnership, created in 2004, has provided more than 1,000 military medical personnel with the skills and experience needed for battlefield conditions.