Saint Joseph’s Agreement with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
The multiyear agreement begins fall 2025 with the first BSN cohort utilizing these immersive experiences in simulation and clinical classwork.
Access to State-of-the-Art Facilities
Saint Joseph’s University has entered into an agreement with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) to offer an 11, 000 sq. ft. facility with state-of-the-art simulation, skill lab spaces and supporting resources to Saint Joseph’s nursing students at its Philadelphia location. The location will offer standard simulation with medium and high fidelity manikins, standardized patient simulations with patient actors and space for virtual reality simulation as part of the BSN nursing program.
The simulation is designed to provide a safe, non-judgmental learning space for all students to enhance their clinical judgment and decision making while preparing them as practice-ready graduates. Students are educated to provide care for the whole patient including the physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual aspect of a person.
square feet of state-of-the-art simulation and lab space.
advanced, highly developed patient rooms
simulator training rooms featuring a variety of high-fidelity robotic simulators, virtual simulators and task trainers
Occupational therapy machine at PCOM used on hand. Photo courtesy of PCOM.
Female PCOM facilitator using camera technology. Photo courtesy of PCOM.
Occupational Therapy technology on manikin leg. Photo courtesy of PCOM.
Patient, nurse and doctor inside PCOM patient room. Photo courtesy of Melissa Kelly/PCOM.
Simulation technology specialists voicing the manikin in the simulation lab, as well as monitoring and recording each scenario to ensure accuracy and fidelity. Photo courtesy of Bruce Fairfield/PCOM.