Harold A. Spratt Center for Simulation and Clinical Learning

Surgical Simulation

Harold A. Spratt Center for Simulation and Clinical Learning at Danbury Hospital, WCHN opened in 2014. The facility is roughly 10,000 sq ft, utilized for Medical Education, Surgical Skills, and Clinical Learning.

The Center’s faculty works collaboratively with content experts and other educators to develop scenarios and programs to meet the diverse needs of professionals from varied disciplines and at different stages of their careers. Because of the recognized link between patient safety, teamwork and communication, the Center places special emphasis on programs that are interprofessional in both scope and reach. The Center’s simulation capabilities also address the need for individuals within teams to master their clinical skills, techniques and use of best practices.

Through its cutting-edge facility, and with programs and curricula that place value on interprofessional care, teamwork and clinical skill, the Harold A. Spratt Center for Simulation and Clinical Learning will improve the safety and quality of patient care.

General Information: ClinicalSimulation@nuvancehealth.org