Patient Simulators include adult, pediatric, infant, and expecting mother computerized mannequins that closely mimic the physiologic functions of a human being. Trainings use designated computerized scenarios to provide real-time situations and allow professionals to develop critical thinking skills when responding to emergency situations.
In 2019, volunteers with Auxiliary generously donated $75,000 to purchase a new infant simulator so hospital staff has the most up to date training and experience to help real-life patients.
Your dollars at work.
With your generous donation, we have allocated $100,000 to make this project available to our community. Thank you for making it possible!
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This investment updated our defibrillators, heart monitors, ultrasound machines, blood chemistry analyzers, and airway equipment at both Howard Young Medical Center and Ascension Eagle River Memorial Hospital.View
Advanced software on the Flash CT customized the X-ray dose for every patient from infants to adults. The software also enables testing to be on this machine previously not possible. Now rather than having to travel to larger community hospitals for vascular imaging and heart catheterization, many of these tests can be performed here locally.View