Anna Maria College has received a grant from the Schwartz Charitable Foundation to support the College of Health and Fire Sciences complete the purchase of a DART ECG Simulator.
The DART ECG Simulator will allow students of the College of Health and Fire Sciences further their knowledge and better prepare them for clinical practices and certification exams. The simulator is a new teaching software that replaces a defibrillator and ECG Rhythm Simulator. With this software students will have the opportunity to practice defibrillation, synchronized cardioversion, transcutaneous pacing and so much more. The $1,500 grant will fund the purchase of the simulator.
“We are grateful to have the Schwartz Charitable Foundation’s generous support for our College of Health and Fire Sciences, particularly our paramedic science students,” said Dr. Judith Kenary, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs. “Ensuring that our students have the latest technology is a priority. This simulator will not only enhance their preparedness for certification exams, but also for success in their professional careers.”
The Schwartz Charitable Foundation is a private independent Foundation which supports qualified organizations in Worcester County, Massachusetts and surrounding communities. The goal of the Foundation is to support as many worthy and deserving organizations as possible.