Clinical Simulation Labs
Health Professions Clinical Simulation & Learning Labs
When it comes to training the best future health care professionals, who are prepared to handle anything they might face in their profession – Mercy University has an invaluable tool – our Health Professions Clinical Simulation and Learning Labs. The Dobbs Ferry 12,000 square-foot space includes specialized labs designed to simulate different health care settings used by different disciplines.
Explore Our Labs
The labs are inter-professional and will be used by many programs in the School of Health and Natural Sciences. Video capture provides opportunities to review students’ performance with them to provide feedback for improvement in skills and interactions.
Simulation and lab hours are scheduled in alignment with courses. Students are informed at the start of each semester of these hours.
The Health Professions Clinical Simulation and Learning Labs provide opportunities to bring together students from various health professions for interdisciplinary hands-on learning experiences in settings that reflect in-patient, clinic, and home settings. The students can work as a team while practicing patient assessment, critical thinking, communication, and interventions based on specific patient scenarios.
Tour the 3rd floor clinical simulation labs
This space includes a Clinical Skills and Assessment Lab, movement lab and home health labs, frequently used by students and faculty in our nursing occupational therapy, occupational therapy assistant, and physical therapy programs.
Dobbs Ferry Labs
Bronx Clinical Simulation Labs
Health professional students (Nursing and Physician Assistant) have three specialized clinical simulation labs located on the Bronx campus. The labs offer students additional experience reacting to real-life medical scenarios that further prepares them for entry into the clinical year. A Health Assessment lab with specialized exam tables is also available.