The mission of Sinclair's Health Sciences Simulation Center in the Ned J. Sifferlen Health Sciences Center (Building 14) is to support inter-professional education and the competency-based training needs of our students and the regional healthcare workforce through state-of-the-art equipment and facilities and experienced, certified faculty. The Simulation Center provides students with the opportunity to experience life-like healthcare scenarios and mirror the environments students will experience in community settings. Many of the programs utilize human-patient simulators to maximize student learning, prior to entering the clinical courses.
The Health Sciences (HS) Division is comprised of twelve departments offering over forty degree and certificate programs.
Student learning occurs in the new Sifferlen Health Sciences Center in state-of-the-art simulation areas, home-care labs, modern classrooms containing the latest technology and software applications, and expanded patient care facilities. Also available in the Sifferlen Center are convenient first floor patient access entries, dedicated free patient parking, and convening spaces for large group college and community events.