Anatomical Resource Clinical Training Center
The Anatomical Resource Clinical Training Center (ARCTC) is an innovative developer of novel curricula that enhance clinical procedure training. Our hands-on training benefits medical and physician assistant students, allied health care professionals, experienced doctors developing new clinical skills, civilian medical first responders, and military medics and corpsmen.
Features include a hemostasis model to simulate bleeding during trauma procedures, the tactical, operational or bedside use of the cadaver, and the use of individual CT, CT-A, MR or MR-A rendered images acquired from the specific donor. Multiple learning labs use cadavers alongside wireless computers and closed circuit television displays at the bedside.
Each year we attain approximately 90,000 learner-utilization hours, giving ARCTC one of the highest user volumes of human tissue use in the country. This is possible because of our long-established Whole Body Donation Program
and those who contribute this priceless resource.