On February 27 St. Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick dedicated the new Simulation Center for Interprofessional Learning, a 5,500 SF space that provides educational space for resident’s use and practice. The space includes The Institute for Bedside Medicine, which teaches medical interviewing; The Institute for Technical Simulation, which uses state-of-the-art equipment to teach and evaluate skills; and a medical reference library for providers and patients.
“Technology, as well as changing needs of patients and practitioners, continues to provide opportunities to rethink underutilized spaces to create a more organized, cohesive, and comprehensive healthcare experience for St. Peters Hospital staff and patients,” Lloyd Rosenberg, President and CEO, said. “It is especially rewarding to fulfill the architectural needs of healthcare professionals that are on the cutting edge of medical breakthroughs with offerings like the Simulation Center for Interprofessional Learning.”
The St. Peter’s Simulation Lab is among numerous healthcare projects completed by DMR Architects, which includes projects for numerous other major hospitals in New Jersey. In addition to our detailed portfolio of completed projects, we look forward to even more openings in 2018, which among several projects with Hunterdon Healthcare, will include the new surgery center at their facility in Bridgewater, in addition to several projects for Hackensack Meridian Health.