Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center
The $51 million Jump Trading Simulation and Education Center at OSF Saint Francis Medical Center is part of an ongoing collaboration between OSF Healthcare and the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria.
This LEED Gold building is used as a simulation and education center to teach new skills to physicians, medical students, and medical professionals. The facility is a virtual hospital that combines actual medical equipment and the latest simulation technology. The primary purpose of the simulation center is to improve the safety and quality of healthcare delivered to patients.
The Jump Center occupies 60,000 square feet on the lower two floors of a new six-story, 176,000-square-foot building on the hospital’s campus. The project encompasses seven simulation spaces, classrooms, and a conference center.
7 simulation areas:
- a virtual ICU
- a virtual operating room and trauma lab
- a virtual patient care unit, including six actual size rooms
- a virtual reality lab
an anatomical skills lab
- a regional transport center, complete with an ambulance and apartment-like setup for simulating rescues
- an innovation lab
Multi-functional design blending Healthcare and Higher Education
Using furniture and finishes not commonly found in a healthcare setting inside the collaboration and debriefing rooms
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