The Thogmorton Center is a two-story classroom and lab building for Allied Health Professionals. The new building houses the university’s on-campus nursing, occupational therapy, and physical therapy programs. The building’s main level is primarily classroom and instructional space. There are four general classrooms, two specialty Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy classrooms, a specialty OT/PT life skills lab, and two athletic training classrooms.
The lower level of the building houses staff offices, a computer lab, and additional study/collaboration spaces, along with two main simulation labs. The larger of the two labs is an eight-bed space with a central nurse’s station, a control room for video/observations, two debriefing/conference rooms, and a physician’s office exam room. The smaller simulation lab has a physician’s office exam room in addition to two emergency room bed spaces and computer records positions.
Creating a collaborative educational space where students can take part in traditional class settings as well as mimic true-life clinical environments for hands-on training and simulations.
The education environment was modeled after actual healthcare facilities to give the students the most real-life training experience possible.
Utilized finishes and FF&E appropriate for clinical environments to aid in simulation of future environment in which students will practice.
Provided furniture groupings that encourage conversations and teamwork.
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