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Simbionix Raises Largest Amount in Company's History in Venture Capital to Accelerate Growth
Date:10/15/2008

es' involvement to boost our efforts to improve patient safety and medical outcomes through advanced simulation. "

"We have been very impressed with the Simbionix team and its best-of-breed technology in an attractive, emerging global marketplace - the combination of people and technology at Simbionix looks tough to beat," stated Mr. Murray Wilson, Managing Director of River Cities. "The impressive rate of adoption of the new e-Learning initiatives makes us confident that the company can build on its already-demonstrated success with the simulation platform.

About Simbionix

Simbionix is the industry's leader in the development and delivery of innovative and effective virtual reality simulation products and solutions for clinical education and training of medical professionals. Our products are designed to accelerate best-practice medical training, advance clinical performance, and improve patient safety. The company is committed to continuously innovating and growing its product offering with a wide range of training modules, case studies and scenarios developed in response to the growing importance of clinical training and education for the improvement of patient care. For more information, please visit http://www.simbionix.com.

About River Cities

River Cities Capital Funds is a venture capital firm based in Cincinnati, Ohio with an office in Raleigh, North Carolina. It has raised nearly $400MM in four venture funds since being founded in 1994, and has backed over 80 portfolio companies, located mainly in the Midwest and Southeastern regions of the U.S. River Cities invests behind exceptional management teams in expansion stage companies in healthcare and information technology that have unique technology or services and strong market positions, with a special emphasis on recurring revenue business models. For more information, please visit

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