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Medical Simulation Corporation Announces Partnership With University of Pennsylvania Health System
Date:10/25/2007

DENVER, Oct. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical Simulation Corporation (MSC) announces a new partnership with the University of Pennsylvania Health System to provide simulation training and education services to UPenn healthcare professionals. MSC's SimSuite(R) will be servicing the system's flagship facility, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, recently recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 18 hospitals in the nation.

"MSC is very excited about the opportunity to work with the University of Pennsylvania Health System to offer its team members advanced training using the latest medical simulation technology," says Bill Younkes, MSC President and CEO. "We are proud to partner with UPenn in its commitment to advancing patient care and excellence in education."

SimSuite(R) will support UPenn's commitment to patient safety by allowing its healthcare providers to advance their skills in a risk-free environment. MSC's simulation training offers courses for professionals working in vascular surgery, cardiology, interventional cardiology and interventional radiology, as well as for hospital-based nurse and emergency room teams. An onsite SimSuite(R) Clinical Educator will combine simulation tools with web-based curriculum to deliver personalized training experiences to meet UPenn's specific educational needs and quality objectives. Course participants may include physicians, physicians-in-training, nurses, technologists and industry representatives.

About Medical Simulation Corporation

MSC is a full-service simulation-based education company dedicated to developing competent and confident healthcare professionals who provide high-quality patient care. Because real-life clinical scenarios are simulated, no patients are at risk while healthcare professionals continue to advance their technical and cognitive skills. The opportunity to train in a risk-free environment allows for lessons to be learned without consequence to a patient. For more information about MSC, visit http://www.medsimulation.com.


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