The Samson Pavilion at the Health Education Campus


The Samson Pavilion at the Health Education Campus

The Samson Pavillion is like you’re
walking into an amazing dream. It’s beautiful and a ton of natural light. It’s amazing just walking in. It’s so open and airy. You walk into the space
and just want to connect with others. Our students have incredible energy, passion
and aptitude. How can we prepare these bright young minds to really take
healthcare to the next level. To interact with other professions in the
teams of the future. And to use technology in a way that we’ve never
done before. We’re calling it interprofessional education but it’s
really about interprofessional relationships. You sit next to each other
at lunch to be with each other in classes If we can support one another and
understand what everybody’s role is that is gonna make us stronger.
We’ve got to change the way that we’re doing it. The overall goal is to increase
access to care and quality of care. You can’t do this all in a classroom. You
have to get out interacting with our community and helping improve the health
of our community. What’s in this building is really quite remarkable. We’re
developing a whole new anatomy program. The first part of it is the augmented
reality of the Hololens. The second part is radiologic anatomy and the third part
of it is living anatomy with living models with an ultrasound device. We’ll be using
anatomage tables. In our Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine curriculum
we’re developing virtual reality. I think what the students are going to learn is
a vastly more efficient way to pick up knowledge. We have smart boards that
facilitate communication. We’re gonna be able to bring in people from all over
the world. Other cultures other concepts and other ideas and across the street
we will treat patients. We will have 3d printing and scanning and same-day
dentistry. The critical care transport center will provide an unprecedented
opportunity to take a patient from an ambulance to a helicopter
experiencing what the helicopter ride would be like and then moving them into
a hospital unit. We want to share this and have people from all over the world
come and see what we’re doing. I see this building as becoming a paradigm for
health education. People on the outside seeing the students that we graduate are
a different kind of student. As we know our competition is building as well but
we are ahead of the game. Ahead of the new generation the next
approach to health care and I’m very excited to be a part of that. This will
absolutely help to attract the best and the brightest. The best faculty, the best
students, the best staff in the world. It is going to be a dream come true.

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2 thoughts on “The Samson Pavilion at the Health Education Campus”

  1. Christine Bruce says:

    Wooo Belinda! You're doing great, I'm so proud of you!

  2. Nick Stahl says:


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