USF Health in the News: CAMLS


USF’s unique medical training center

WTVT- Fox News Tampa Bay
“This facility allows training of health-care professionals in a real-life learning lab. Everything looks like what you would see in a state-of-the-art facility,” explains Dr. Deborah Sutherland, CAMLS CEO.

USF Health CAMLS Prepares for Launch


USF Health will formally open its new Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS) facility at the end of March, but reporters were able to get a look inside this week.

Drs. Klasko, Sutherland, Armstrong and Haubner discuss CAMLS on WUSF’s University Beat


Dr. Deborah Sutherland talks about CAMLS on CTTV’s Spotlight Tampa

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USF’s new downtown Tampa medical simulation center is opening for business
Tampa Bay Times
All this, well before the University of South Florida’s Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation, or CAMLS, even opened its doors.

USF learning lab opens
The Tampa Tribune
The Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation, or CAMLS, looks a lot like a modern hospital: from a bevy of examination rooms to a pharmacy to 39 surgical stations.

A future of seamless patient care takes shape in Tampa

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

“Health care has been a single-person sport,” said Stephen Klasko, dean of the College of Medicine. “Now we’re going from golf or tennis to football.”


CAMLS by the numbers: USF in downtown Tampa

83 Degrees Media

USF Health’s CAMLS, the new Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation, plans a grand opening ceremony with academic and community dignitaries on Friday, March 30, in downtown Tampa

CAMLS provides eating space, quenches thirst for knowledge
Tampa Bay Business Journal
The dining facility can accommodate any kind of meal from sandwich lunches to gourmet five-course dinners, said Dr. Deborah Sutherland, CEO of CAMLS.

Downtown surgery center heralds high-tech job growth
The Tampa Tribune
“This is the beginning of a different model of health care” focused on reducing health care mistakes, which cost taxpayers billions of dollars, said USF Health CEO Stephen Klasko.


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