Nursing Lab - Resources

Nursing Lab - Resources



  • State-of-the-art 3,050 square-foot lab facility
  • Natural light from
    multiple windows
  • Located in F. Eugene Romano Hall, rooms 202A and 202B 
    (See campus map > )  

Several distinct areas:

  • Patient beds in Nursing LabExamination bay - features 6 exam tables and 6 wall mounted diagnostic systems (instrumentation for examining ear, nose and throat)
  • 10 bed section (Romano 202A) - features over-bed tables, bedside cabinets for skills practice and clinical simulation which includes wall mounted headwall systems (oxygen, compressed air flow meters and suction regulators)
  • Classroom area (Romano 202B) - fully equipped with DVD/VCR unit, ceiling-mounted projector, pull-down screen, and laptop computer 
  • Nursing station - simulates hospital conditions to include references, computers, patient charts and paperwork from area health care facilities
  • Nursing Lab classroomMultipurpose exam room - can serve as an isolation room, physician’s exam room or critical care room with a bedside monitor
  • Conference meeting area - for both student and faculty meetings and discussions
  • Secure storage room - for lab equipment and supplies 

Other important features:

  • Sinks at both ends of the nursing lab and in the exam room
  • Room divider for maximum flexibility
  • Patient-friendly color scheme (Viva Gold, Baked Clay, Accessible Beige)


Nursing lab patient bedEach patient care bed features:

  • USB port
  • nurse call light
  • privacy curtains

Equipment includes: 

  • IV pumps (Abbott, Alaris, Baxter, IMED)
  • PCA pumps
  • Epidural pump
  • Enteral feeding pumps
  • Crash cart/medication cart
  • Stryker stretcher
  • Crib
  • Bedside commode
  • Crutches
  • Walkers
  • Wheelchairs
  • Flat screen TV for debriefing scenarios

Nursing Kid training manikinState-of-the-Art Training Manikins

Also on our list of critical equipment is state-of-the-art training manikins. These include:

  • Vital-Sim Nursing Baby
  • Nursing Kid
  • Nursing Anne
  • Nursing Kelly
  • Sim-Man (our latest addition), currently installed in the exam room

These manikins are introduced to the students in assessment class and will be utilized in each nursing course for clinical simulation and skills practice. See specific descriptions and features.

Contact Us

Sara Manning, MS, RN, CHSE

Sara Manning, MS, RN, CHSE

Simulation Coordinator, School of Health Professions
230 White Hall
(315) 792-3059

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