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Johns Hopkins Medicine

Simulation Center

Location: Baltimore, MD
Project Completed: 2017
Size: 15,0000 SF

SLAM architects designed the 15,000-SF Simulation Center located on the seventh floor of the Blalock Building. The project is part of Johns Hopkins Hospital’s current re-purposing of its former Children’s Medical and Surgical Center (CMSC) originally constructed in 1963. As the first phase of a multi-phased project,the Simulated Hospital incorporates patient rooms, labor delivery rooms, operating rooms, trauma/ICU rooms, flex/debrief space which alternates between simulation rooms, a “Just-In-Time Lab”, and flexible conference space. The Center provides training for interprofessional teams of students, caregivers and clinical staff allowing them to explore, analyze and synthesize their actions and thought processes, emotional states and other information to improve performance in real-life situations.

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