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Fulfilling its mission of ‘limitless learning’, STAR inaugurated its Mobile STAR program to take the virtual hospital experience out into the world.
Would your staff benefit from Mock Code training? Call STAR to plan your course and Mobile STAR will bring all the equipment and simulation specialist support you need to train your staff.
Would your community group like American Heart Association HeartSaver training?
Call on Mobile STAR!
"Clinically stimulating to force critical thinking resulting in life-saving outcomes. Honing skills in an environment like no other.”
– Greg Porter, Assistant Director, Ross/West View EMSA
STAR’s second anniversary celebration featured the unveiling of its Ambulance Simulator, the back portion of a real ambulance installed at the entrance to the virtual hospital. Emergency medical services (EMS) students and practitioners use this simulator to learn or practice their field and transport skills and use STAR’s conference and class rooms for lectures and debriefings.
Taking first-responder simulation to the next level, STAR’s Mobile Ambulance, is a real, ‘on the road’ ambulance. It achieves the pinnacle of simulation for first responders – providers can truly experience resuscitation under real-life conditions.
Funds for the Mobile Ambulance were donated by The Governing Board of The Women’s Committee of West Penn Hospital.
Educators wanting to request Mobile STAR are invited to download, complete, and submit the Mobile STAR Skills Lab Proposal Form.
Please contact us with any questions or for more information.
“Always a great experience to learn medicine at STAR Center. Always helps to boost up my confidence in clinical skill. Thank you.” – Hurley’s Palliative Medicine, MD/DO resident