Scottsdale Healthcare Obsorn Medical Center Military Simulation Trauma Training Center Funded from 2009’s Defense Appropriation Bill, Scottsdale Healthcare Osborn Medical Center has opened a $1.6M military trauma training center. The 7,500 SF center is just west of Osborn Hospital, a level 1 trauma center, and replaces a smaller facility at Greenbaum Surgery Center. The new center has six trauma bays, including one room with two beds. Red lighting is used to simulate nightime conditions. Here, Physicians, surgeons, nurses, and other medical personnel receive high-tech hands-on training using lifelike medical dummies as patients. Trainees can practice on medical dummies known as “human-patient simulators,” which can often talk, breathe and cry. The medical trainees are able to create very critical situations without ever actually putting a real patient at threat. Since 2004, Scottsdale Healthcare has trained about 900 military personnel, and expects to train another 400 in the next fiscal year.