Advancing Holistic Education and Health Care

NSU Health is raising the bar on a new standard of health care in South Florida – and its new Interprofessional Simulation Complex (SimCom) plays a prominent role. This world-class facility supports NSU Health’s exceptional patient care through augmenting educational experiences, enriching clinical training, and accelerating medical innovations. NSU knows people want to live, learn, and work where they have access to the best opportunities. Together, SimCom and NSU Health will achieve this.

Coming Soon! Construction began in Fall 2022, with an opening planned for Summer 2024.  

Two doctors working in an operating room

NSU Health's SimCom will total 107,000 square-feet, including

  • state-of-the-art technology
    • 3-D modeling/animation
    • virtual, augmented, and mixed reality
    • holograms
  • advanced human, fresh-tissue lab
  • operating rooms
  • team-scenario venues
  • inpatient skills labs
  • outpatient exam rooms
  • headwall bays

This is an opportunity for outside organizations and investors to get in at the ground level as NSU works to provide unrivaled technology and programming that will change how health care is delivered in this country. To get where we want to go, we need as much assistance and participation as possible. We need resources, support and involvement. Now is the time to get in on what NSU Health is about to do in the health care arena.

Harry K. Moon, M.D. Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer

Giving Opportunities

There’s never been a more critical or timely objective than to educate and deploy dynamic health care leaders. Consider a gift to NSU Health’s SimCom.

You can make a one-time gift or recurring gift pledge to sustain ongoing simulation research and training. Gifts may also support programming that enables high school students interested in health care, or other members of the community, the opportunity to experience hands-on simulation training.

With a minimum gift of $25,000 (which can be paid over multiple years), individuals or companies can establish an endowed fund to support the SimCom’s general operations, student scholarships, research projects, or outfit a space/area with the latest technology. Endowed funds can be named for the donor, his/her family or business, or in memory of a loved one.

Individuals can name a specific room, lab, training space, or common area in the SimCom for themselves or a loved one. Companies interested in branding their business or product in a high-traffic area can secure a naming opportunity for up to five years. Naming gifts begin at $10,000 and investments are used to support ongoing operations, student training, and/or equipment upgrades within the specific space.

Leaving a legacy gift is simple and, in most cases, does not impact a donor’s current financial situation. NSU accepts gifts of life insurance, retirement assets, and bequests. Advancement professionals work with donors (and their legal and financial advisors, when appropriate) to create a customized philanthropic plan.

Ready to partner with NSU Health’s SimCom?
Contact Shannon Wayte
CFRE Executive Director of University Advancement
Phone: 954-529-6776

Interprofessional Collaboration

NSU Health's SimCom will make it easier to prepare NSU graduates to be the health care providers of the future. The complex will provide new and improved training modalities for students in multiple subject areas of the health professions.

By working and learning in collaboration with health care students and faculty, NSU business, computing, or law students pursuing a health concentration can gain an advantage in their career. They will graduate with knowledge and experiences that will empower them to transform whole health care systems or facilitate cutting-edge technologies that foster the well-being of their communities.

mix of health and business students having a conversation in a stairway

NSU Health's SimCom Location

7500 SW 30th St, Davie, FL 33314