College of Osteopathic Medicine Educational & Research Lab Facilities

The CHSU College of Osteopathic Medicine campus is located at 2500 Alluvial Avenue in Clovis, California where most classes are held. The facility includes a state-of-the-art, 90,000 square foot building. The facility contains two large classrooms which are well-designed for comfort and include technology enhanced features to facilitate the active-learning curriculum. All three floors have student lounges, individual study spaces, and small group rooms. A Teaching and Demonstration Kitchen allows students to learn the importance of proper diet in relation to good health. The facility has a 20,000 square foot Simulation Center with two working skills labs –an In-Patient hospital is modeled to resemble the hospital environment and an Out-Patient Clinic is designed to resemble a clinic or doctor’s office. The Simulation Center is an interactive building with four areas of learning. The Out-Patient clinic has twelve exam rooms. The In-Patient hospital has seven patient beds, a nurses’ station, scrub area, OR ED/ICU and acute care rooms. The building is equipped with interactive classrooms with multiple trainers. Students utilize HoloAnatomy software suite with Microsoft HoloLens 2 devices. 

The Clinic has 12 identical examination rooms designed to look like a physician's office, and the Hospital has seven patient beds in five rooms that mimic a hospital environment with specific rooms: operating, emergency, ICU, and medical surgical, and the Skills Labs are for students to practice using task trainers.