Health Resources

Riverside Simulation Training Lab

In Memory of Dr. Brandon D. Rogers
Simulation Training

The Riverside Simulation Training Lab, dedicated in memory of Dr. Brandon D. Rogers, is the culmination of a 3-year collaborative effort between the Rogers Family, Community Donors, Riverside Medical Staff, and the Riverside Foundation.

The new lab is an 8400 square foot facility designed to emulate the clinical environment and provide a resource for all Riverside Health System team members to maintain and expand their clinical proficiency. Most importantly, the lab is meant to be a safe place for medical staff to develop, learn, and practice skills to ultimately improve the care we provide to our patients.

The Simulation Lab encompasses 4 dedicated clinical areas including a Medical/Surgical/Intensive Care Ward, Labor & Delivery Room, Emergency Medicine/Trauma Bay, and a Procedural Skills Suite. The Lab utilizes various simulation modalities and an integrated Audio-Visual learning management system with debriefing capabilities to provide a robust and relevant educational experience.

The Simulation Training Lab is located on the first floor of the Tower Building in the Huntington Ingalls Industries Education & Training Center at Riverside Regional Medical Center.