The urgency and intensity of critical medical needs will soon fill the rooms of a new 5,000-square-foot medical simulation center that’s being designed by an Exton firm to showcase its training software and equip local health care professionals with key hands-on skills.
The $1 million facility will feature 10 training rooms for 50 practitioners when it opens in October.
EMS makes Simulation IQ software, employs 75 locally and was recently ranked the Business Journal’s No. 4 minority-owned business.
Read more about the project and the goal to make the center an independent nonprofit in the future, all in the Philadelphia Business Journal here.