Mobile simulation unit helps medical professionals sharpen their skills
from The Grand Island Independent
Because of the time medical professionals spent in a 44-foot bus recently, patients in the Grand Island, Nebraska,-area should be receiving better medical care. Medical professionals and emergency responders from Grand Island and area communities spent 90 minutes inside the vehicle, which was parked outside CHI Health St. Francis. The truck and trailer comprise SIM-NE, which stands for Simulation in Motion — Nebraska. It is owned by the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
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