October 21, 2021

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Jacksonville University takes a community approach to its nursing simulation program

Laura Hampton | 10/28/2020

With a mission to reduce medical errors, Jacksonville University has opened its nursing simulation facility to the Northeast Florida medical community.

In September 2019, the college leased an 18,500-sq.-ft. space on the former Virginia College campus to build a $2-million training facility.

The Healthcare Simulation Center at the Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences works with hospitals, physician offices and long-term care facilities to provide their nurses with realistic learning experiences.

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