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Simulation Facilities

Whether for student learning, clinical examinations, professional development or health-care related conferences, Adelaide Health Simulation’s (AHS) facilities are world-class.

Located in the University of Adelaide’s Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences building in the heart of the BioMed City precinct, AHS represents the cutting edge of technology-enhanced learning and assessment.

In Adelaide Health Simulation, the University of Adelaide has commissioned one of the southern hemisphere’s most technologically advanced purpose-built simulation environments.
Dana Supramaniam, Sales and Applications Engineer – Healthcare Simulation, Mediquip
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Our facilities at a glance

  • 24 assessment rooms, all with high quality sound and video recording.
  • 12 high-fidelity hospital suites, with functioning oxygen suction and call bells.
  • Extensive simulation equipment inventory and technical support.
  • World leading B-Line technology. AHS houses Australasia’s largest installation of B-Line Medical Sim Capture Enterprise Plus video and data integration technology.
  • Access to world-class University of Adelaide subject experts across many areas of health.
  • Access to a large pool of standardised patients; actors to add vital realism to your exams, plus fully equipped in-house make-up room and moulage.
  • Meeting rooms and conference/event hosting capacity for up to 200 delegates.

An enviable equipment inventory

AHS has an outstanding variety of modern medical and simulation equipment on-hand for use in your assessments, including:

teaching two students in the simulation suite
  • high-fidelity male and female manikins, representing the human lifespan
  • neonatal equipment
  • resuscitation equipment and trolleys
  • anaesthetic booms and machines
  • ventilators
  • video laryngoscopes
  • ultrasound machine
  • pumps and syringe drivers
  • simulated medication and pharmacy
  • bariatric and lifting devices
  • barouches and hospital beds
  • ECG and physiological monitoring equipment.