Trinity Health Innovation Facilities
Saint Francis Innovation + Learning Center
The Saint Francis Innovation + Learning Center, Hartford, CT, is a high fidelity, 1,141 square foot facility that includes three patient bays, a production/recording room, and three large adjacent conference rooms for debriefing teams following a simulation session. These conference rooms have the capability to receive live video and audio from the studio or access previously recorded sessions. The Simulation Studio is a highly flexible space that can be quickly set and reset to replicate any clinical setting (e.g. emergency department, operating room, Intensive Care Unit, impatient room, radiology unit, primary care office, etc.
Colocated with the Innovation + Learning Center is the Connecticut Institute for Primary Care Innovation (CIPCI) which is a collaborative enterprise between Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center and the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. CIPCI is committed to transformation that is palpable and sustainable: Transformation that works.
Loyola Center for Translational Research and Education (CTRE)
The Center for Translational Research and Education (CTRE) is a vibrant new addition to Loyola's Health Sciences Campus in Maywood, IL. This state-of-the-art facility brings together the Stritch School of Medicine, Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, The Graduate School, and Loyola University Health System on an exciting cooperative journey with one unified goal—the rapid translation of fundamental science discoveries into real treatments for human health.
Mercy Health Innovation Hub
Mercy Health has launched an innovation and design space for individuals and teams who are evaluating and implementing ideas. This hub is located in the heart of a very unique space in downtown Grand Rapids, MI, GRid70, which houses major corporations with their own design and innovation centers. The Mercy Health Innovation Hub is currently focused on three main themes — Patient Experience, Population Health Management, and Growth.