Virtual patient simulation labs unveiled at Havasu & Bullhead City campuses

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Mohave Community College held Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies this week for the nursing school’s new, state-of-the-art Virtual Patient Simulation Labs at the Lake Havasu City and Bullhead City campuses.

Lake Havasu City Mayor Cal Sheehy was there to help show the community the newest addition that offers MCC nursing students the most technologically advanced equipment for nursing departments.

The new labs are now located on all of the college campuses and include a Simulation Man, which is a computerized replica of a human that can mimic health problems and injuries nurses will see in real life.

For more information on becoming a Mohave Community College Nursing student and starting a rewarding career in the medical industry, please visit the Registered Nursing, Practical Nursing, and Nursing Assistant program web pages.

Please see pictures and videos below.

Lake Havasu Campus Virtual Patient Simulation Lab Ribbon Cutting. (From left to right) Campus Facilities Manager Joe Ronningen, Rormer College Nursing Programs Director Linda Reisdorf, Campus Dean Jann Woods, College Nursing Programs Director June Weiss, College Governing Board Trustee Ashley Pascual, Lake Havasu City Mayor Cal Sheehy.

MCC nursing program students and instructor working with the computerized “Sim Man” to diagnose the ailment.

Bullhead City Campus Virtual Patient Simulation Lab Ribbon Cutting. (From left to right) College Nursing Faculty Valerie Warner, College Nursing Technician Cheryl Pike, College Nursing Program Director June Weiss, College Nursing Faculty Jennifer Jack.

Downloadable Videos of the Virtual Patient Simulation Lab Ribbon Cuttings and Tours

Virtual Patient Simulation Lab

Students diagnosing the Virtual Patient “Sim Man.”

Ribbon Cutting prelude at BHC campus

Pictures and Videos contributed by MCC Student Multimedia Reporters Verenice Ramirez and Layla Powell.