Medical Simulation, Seattle Science Foundation to provide cardiac training
Medical Simulation Corporation (MSC) has formed a new partnership with the Seattle Science Foundation (SSF) to provide simulation training and education services to healthcare professionals and medical industry representatives at the SSF training facility in Seattle.

SSF offers medical education and training in surgical and endovascular procedures, using didactic and simulation education, which will now include MSC’s SimSuite education system, according to the Denver-based company.

SSF's facility supports on-site, multi-disciplinary training as well as point-to-point communication links to operating and interventional suites that enable international group interactions, MSC said.

MSC said its SimSuite offers courses for professionals working in vascular surgery, cardiology, interventional cardiology and interventional radiology, as well as courses for hospital-based nurse and emergency room teams.