Air St. Luke's Human Patient Simulation
Your membership dollars at work in your community
In a very real way, your membership is saving lives in your community. Every dollar of your membership fee is returned to you and your neighbors through clinical education, training, and equipment for local EMTs, firefighters, nurses, physicians, and other health care providers.
First responders from the Parma Rural Fire and Ambulance District train on SimMan, an authentically life-like medical mannequin.
This includes the latest in emergency training – Air St. Luke’s Regional Education and Simulation Lab (REAL), our mobile training unit. From growing cities to mountain villages to rural communities, the Air St. Luke’s REAL mobile unit delivers free, hands-on, advanced emergency training right to the doors of local first responders and other medical professionals. The REAL mobile unit brings them the opportunity to sharpen their skills and learn new emergency techniques so they are prepared when you need them most.
The REAL mobile unit features SimMan, a programmable medical mannequin that displays vital signs such as heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing, and that can “die” and be brought back to life. Medical personnel can train and practice trauma scenarios to stay prepared for when the actual emergencies arise.
Air St. Luke’s REAL Request
If you would like the REAL mobile unit to provide training in your area, send your request to SimMan@slhs.org, or call (800) 822-1616 or
Idaho Helicopters, Inc. is the FAR Part 135 Certificate Holder providing aviation services and owns and operates Air St. Luke's helicopters. Turbo Air, Inc. is the FAR Part 135 Certificate Holder providing aviation services and owns and operates the airplane used by Air St. Luke's.