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Clinical Simulation Program

Within Continuing Professional Development, our Clinical Simulation Program (simulation training) guides and supports you in the development, implementation and facilitation of clinical skills training programs, whether you are an undergraduate medical education, graduate medical education or continuing professional development learner. 

If you plan to participate as a facilitator of the program, you’ll benefit from the faculty development we offer. Upon assessing the climate in the clinical learning environment from a clinical perspective, we bring themes and topics back to the program to incorporate into goals and objectives.

The Clinical Simulation Program has more than 50 simulators. We have various high- and low-fidelity trainers, including SimMan 3G, GI/Bronch Simulator, Intuitive Robotic Simulator and many other task trainers. 


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If you’re interested in creating a new simulation activity or scheduling a simulation session, contact Sarah Kline


To purchase or borrow a piece of equipment, contact John Cromis at extension 43377


Geisinger Education and Medical Simulation (GEMS) Center - Central

The GEMS Center (Central) is at the west end of the Geisinger Medical Center campus in Danville, Pa.
This center contains three high-fidelity simulation rooms with attached control/observation rooms and a combination 30-person classroom/task training room.

Geisinger Education and Medical Simulation (GEMS) Center - Northeast

The GEMS Center (Northeast) is on Wildflower Drive in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
This center contains a classroom, two inpatient rooms, six outpatient rooms and a conference room.
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