University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation

University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation

Memphis, Tennessee | 44,000 gsf new | $18 million | 2018

Ellenzweig provided programming and design services for the simulation and learning facilities for interprofessional training  and assessment, and research facilities to serve health professions.

 

The disciplines include but are not limited to medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, and a wide array of allied health professions.

 

The program includes: manikin-based simulation in clinical environments including

operating rooms, delivery suites, intensive care rooms, recovery room, and basic home

environments; SP-based simulation, and hybrid simulation in the clinical and home

environment; procedural and task training using low- to high-fidelity equipment in a variety

of settings, including virtual reality trainers; control rooms and required infrastructure and

AV/IT systems; small-group and debriefing learning environments; office and operational

spaces; lounge spaces; and a variety of classroom/learning spaces.

 

Ellenzweig served as Architect for the Simulation and Learning Facilities in a collaboration

with Architect of Record/Design Architect brg3s and Simulation Consultant SimHealth.

University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation