Overview

This program provides middle school students interested in pursuing medicine with real hands-on experience where they can build a set of medical skills at an early age.

Imagine being able to set a splint, stop a bleed, and perform CPR as a middle school student! Students will learn medical techniques through age-appropriate simulations and guided lessons. In addition, they’ll work with small groups to research a patient’s history and symptoms, create a diagnosis based on findings, and develop a treatment plan.

Campus Locations
This program is offered at the following campuses:

Learning Outcomes

  • Discover critical techniques in emergency medicine such as setting a splint and performing CPR.
  • Work in teams as you research, diagnose, and develop a treatment plan for a "patient".
  • Explore human anatomy on an Anatomage Table, the world's first virtual dissection table.
  • Learn alongside medical professionals and gain behind-the-scenes knowledge of the emergency room.