Anderson, Indiana

St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital Center for Clinical Excellence

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St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital Center for Clinical Excellence

The Anderson University School of Nursing is proud to be home to the St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital Center for Clinical Excellence, made possible by a gift from Saint John's Health System and St.Vincent Health in September, 2009. St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital is a medical health-care ministry of St.Vincent Health, central Indiana's largest health-care system with 18 locations. St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital is a major, comprehensive, fully diversified health-care organization, providing a full range of quality health-care services to the greater Madison County, Indiana, area and is particularly well known for cancer care, behavioral health, rehabilitation services, and surgical/medical services. St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital and St.Vincent Health are excellent partners with Anderson University because of their shared religious values and commitment to excellence.

Because St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital and St.Vincent Health believe not only in excellence in patient care but also in quality nursing education, they have partnered with Anderson University to create the St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital Center for Clinical Excellence. The center features the latest technology in patient simulation: the SimMan® 3G. This technology is the next generation of simulators from Laerdal Simulation, providing advanced training to Anderson University students and nurses in the community. In addition to SimMan® 3G, students also benefit from advanced training experiences provided by St.Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital and their partner, PHI Air Medical Group.