After successfully implementing saglyk (a dedicated initiative to lower morbidity rates and improve health), Turkmenistan has achieved another milestone (through an agreement with CAE Healthcare) on the construction of a turnkey healthcare simulation training center.
CAE Healthcare made an agreement, in cooperation with the Turkmenistan Ministry of Health, to provide a turnkey healthcare simulation training center in Turkmenistan. The record contract includes the design and building of the center, the sale of a fully-integrated audiovisual solutions system, and seventeen CAE Healthcare patient, surgical and ultrasound simulators.
The center is the first of its kind to offer multi-disciplinary medical simulation training in Turkmenistan.
Proudly Delivering Turnkey Solutions Through Simulation
The new, 7-story educational center includes:
- simulated emergency and intensive care rooms
- operating rooms
- standardized patient examination rooms
- nursing laboratories
- wet and dry laboratories for surgical education
- a debriefing area
- an ambulance bay
- non-CAE simulators
- medical equipment
- consumable supplies and essential furnishings
The training center also houses a research center on three floors, with CAE Healthcare solutions occupying the remaining four floors.
"We are delivering a comprehensive solution that includes needs analysis, planning and design of the center, a full portfolio of simulation tools as well as clinical education to train faculty and full-time technicians on site," said Dr. Robert Amyot, President of CAE Healthcare.
"We are proud to have been chosen to provide the full scope of our capabilities as a healthcare training partner of choice."
Read the full press release announcement here