The Anatomical Skills lab is a space designed for the education and training of health care professionals through realistic learning experiences.
Fresh frozen cadavers, cadaveric parts and food-grade animal tissue are used for intricate dissection, procedural practice, surgical training and refinement of surgical techniques.
Other equipment and accommodations may be available upon request. Where appropriate, outside equipment and instrumentation may be used with prior notice.
Note: Jump Simulation holds responsibility for purchasing cadavers required for usage in our facility; outside specimens are not permitted. All specimens are procured through accredited vendors, and are serologically tested for HIV, HBV, HCV and syphilis.
The lab is set up with a proctor station and four "student" stations; however, this arrangement can be flexed to fit the user's needs.
Each station consists of a dissecting table, a flat-panel HD display monitor and overhead surgical lights with onboard camera.
The proctor station has a radiolucent surgical table, while the student stations have stainless steel dissecting tables.
The proctor monitor can be linked to the student station monitors to stream live images/video.
Our center is conveniently located in Central Illinois, about midway between Chicago and St. Louis. Peoria has an international airport as well as many hotel accommodations nearby to fully support a conference or workshop at our center.