The UCLA Simulation Center is a full-service healthcare training center located across the street from Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Our building is currently under construction to become the future Rosenfeld Hall, thanks to the generous gift from Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld. Rosenfeld Hall will house important components of our simulation training on three floors: Level A will continue to support most of our technology-based simulations as shown on the facility floor plan below, and will expand with four more inpatient simulation rooms on Level 1. Level 1 will also be the home for our Standardized Patient Program, with 16 exam rooms and a flexible classroom. Level 2 will be the home for the Center for Advanced Surgical & Interventional Technology (http://surgery.ucla.edu/casit), which will include a Research & Development lab as well as education spaces for surgical skills training. Through innovative strategies and technologies, our simulation center will continue to provide experiential training for medical, nursing and health sciences students, as well as residents, staff nurses, practicing physicians, allied health and public health professionals to develop and improve their clinical skills and teamwork, and to create a safer, kinder, and more equitable healthcare system for all.