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Testimonials


Our classroom ambulance simulator has proved to be a valuable asset in our EMS education program. It was a pleasure working with Robert and his staff in customizing our simulator to perfectly fit our needs We utilize the simulator every day in our lab and the students really enjoy the real-life aspect the simulator provides to our scenarios. I can honestly say that we made the best decision in choosing Simulator Solutions.

Sara Walker, MS, EMTP
Emergency Medical Services, Program Director
College of Nursing and Health Professions
Arkansas State University

It’s such a rewarding experience to be able to practice EMS skills and gain ambulance familiarity in a simulator that is built so true to life. Nowhere else could you find such a phenomenal replica in order to practice things like lifting and moving the cot, maneuvering around in the tight patient compartment, or initializing treatments in the back of what feels like an actual ambulance. To make it even better, you can replicate bumps in the road with how much it tilts and rocks around! From the countertops to the cabinets to the emergency lights to the seating arrangements, it is so close to the real thing, almost wouldn’t know the difference from the inside.

Marshall Richardson, Sim Tech
What are the specifications of the simulators?
  • 12’ length, 7’ wide, 8’8” high
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How does the simulator fit into our classroom?
What materials are used in your simulator?
What are the electrical requirements for the simulator?
What is Pneumatic Movement?
Can I upgrade to pneumatic movement at a later date?
What does the rest of my class do while a few students are participating in the scenario?
Do your simulators have oxygen and suction outlets?
I would like to customize my simulator, is that possible?
How long does it take for you to install the simulator?
Do you offer a warranty?
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"It’s such a rewarding experience to be able to practice EMS skills and gain ambulance familiarity in a simulator that is built so true to life. Nowhere else could you find such a phenomenal replica in order to practice things like lifting and moving the cot, maneuvering around in the tight patient compartment, or initializing treatments in the back of what feels like an actual ambulance. To make it even better, you can replicate bumps in the road with how much it tilts and rocks around! From the countertops to the cabinets to the emergency lights to the seating arrangements, it is so close to the real thing, almost wouldn’t know the difference from the inside."
– Marshall Richardson, Sim Tech