Below is the renovated space on North 2 the Center for Human Simulation and Patient Safety now occupies. The simulation area is roughly 5,000 sq. ft. The space is a former burn unit with four intensive care beds and patient rooms. The renovated space includes an operating room, an intensive care unit, task trainer rooms, a classroom with debriefing capabilities, offices, a control room, and storage areas.
Egyptian Building, 2nd and 3rd floors – used for all Standardized Patient encounters and OSCEs until occupation of the School of Medicine Building in 2013