Clinical Simulation Center

One of two innovative instructional environments and learning laboratories on the medical campus.

students delivery procedures practicing delivery procedures on a simulation doll

The University of Michigan Clinical Simulation Center (CSC), a unit of the Department of Learning Health Sciences, provides challenging, immersive simulation training for students, physicians, nurses and other health care professionals at the University of Michigan. Spaces include: 

  • iSim rooms available 24/7 and equipped with a variety of independent simulators to practice skills or complete training modules including the PAT (a Pediatric Auscultation Trainer) and retinal scan trainer.
  • Classrooms offering instruction space that can be configured to accommodate a variety of simulation training stations.
  • A SimMom in the Labor and Delivery room, which has a similar view as a real mom giving birth at the nearby C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
  • Other simulators/spaces including SimBaby in the Peds/delivery room, an ICU/ER room, hospital room/hallways.
  • A control room where simulation technicians initiate training scenarios, monitor learners and become “the patient’s voice” relaying symptoms in real time.
  • Debriefing rooms for training teams and classes to analyze their simulation exercises.
  • A 3D & Innovations Lab for creating novel teaching tools, custom skills trainers and simulators.
Medical Science Building II
ER/ICU Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of ER/ICU via Matterport.

Explore a Simulated ER/ICU Room in 3D
Explore the Clinical Simulation Center