Simulation Centre

The Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Simulation Centre is a high-fidelity simulation suite with video recording facilities and debriefing rooms. It is an educational facility at North Metropolitan Health Service for medium to high-fidelity simulation courses.

The ethos of the SCGH Simulation Centre is to provide high quality medical simulation for health professionals to improve patient safety and clinical standards in medicine. We aim to encourage inter-professional training across Perth to improve teamwork and collaboration across disciplines.

SCGH Simulation Centre Courses

Training at the Simulation Centre
  • Advanced Life Support (ALS) and Cardiac ALS (CALS) Courses
  • Advanced Simulation Instructors Course (SIMAC)
  • Airway management workshops
  • ANZCA Educators Course
  • ANZCA Emergency Response CPD Workshops – CICO and ALS
  • Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care (BASIC)
  • Basic Echocardiography Life Support Course
  • CRASH course – Critical care, resuscitation and airway skills in high fidelity simulation
  • ECMO training day
  • Interprofessional team training
  • Medical Emergency Team Training
  • Operating Theatre crisis management
  • Readiness for the Initial Assessment of Competency Assessment (RIACT)
  • SAMAP Code Black training
  • Simulation Technician course
  • STAR course – Skills training for Anaesthetic Residents
  • Surgical Skills workshops
  • Trauma Nursing Core Course
  • Trauma team training
  • Ultrasound guided cannulation

SCGH Simulation Centre Facilities

  • Lecture room - capacity 50 people
  • SimCapture audio and camera recording capability 
  • Two debriefing rooms
  • Two high fidelity Simulation suites with control rooms and camera/AV facilities
  • Two skills rooms

Please contact us to discuss options for running simulation courses at the centre.

For enquiries regarding costs and booking the centre, please use the booking form (Word) and send to scghsimcentre@health.wa.gov.au.

Last Updated: 02/11/2021