About Us

LRMC European Medical Simulation Center


The mission of the LRMC European Medical Simulation Center is to enable a Ready Medical Force for the Multi-Domain Joint Warfighter, providing evidenced-based medical and trauma simulation training to all healthcare professionals in the U.S. European Command, U.S. Central Command and U.S. Africa Command areas of responsibility. The European Medical Simulation Center will ensure the right education and training opportunities are delivered in the most professional manner by the most qualified subject matter experts in accordance with the Commander’s intent, regulatory directors and Society for Simulation in Healthcare Standards.


To be the Medical Simulation Center of Excellence for the European Theatre, providing a Ready Medical Force for the Multi-Domain Joint Warfighter.

Our Simulation Team: From left to right: SGT Jacob Fernandez, SSG Justin Macias, SFC Timothy Sargent – NCOIC, MAJ C.T. Grayson – Medical Director, Mrs. Sandy Deacon – Simulation Specialist, LTC Kirk Giles – OIC, SGT Kaitlyn Waldron, SSG Trianna Shaffer, SSG Porfirio (June) Orellana

Who We Serve

All US Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency - Medical Personnel, Soldiers, Airmen assigned across four Combatant Commands
NATO & other International Partners
Red Cross Volunteers
Local Nationals

Standardized Patient (MAJ Manupule) helped Labor and Delivery Unit and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit navigate through a shoulder dystocia scenario. Standardized Patients provide a realistic experience for learners to feel safe in making mistakes and learning from them. 


From the battlefield to the clinic, simulations prepare Service Members and staff for cohesive responses to dire situations. Watch an impromptu simulated cardiac arrest "Code Blue" conducted at LRMC, Sept. 15, 2022 as part of Healthcare Simulation Week 2022 (Sept. 12 - 16).

Programs We Support

Life Support and Resuscitation Programs
Prehospital and Advanced Trauma Life Support
Trauma Nursing Care Course
Combat Medic Readiness Series (68W)
Tactical Combat Casualty Care
Combat Life Saver
Military Trauma Team Training (MT3)
Delayed Evacuation Casualty Management (DECM)
Continuing Nursing and Medical Education (CNE/CME)
Guest Provider GME Programs
Global Health Engagement Initiatives

U.S. Army CPT Bean apply pressure and secure tourniquet to control hemorrhage on a simulated casualty as part of the International Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT).

Military Trauma Team Training (MT3) provides real-world training opportunities for military medical professionals. The training is designed to train medical teams on baseline knowledge and task requirements of trauma resuscitative care. Critical Care Air Transport Team (CCATT) packaging patients to transport patient. 


Future Initiatives

Full Accreditation through SSH
Faculty Development Program
Video and IT based Debrief
Mobile Training Team
Ongoing Equipment Acquisition
Ongoing Space Development
Support DHA European Marketplace

Simulation Equipment

Task Trainers

Miscellaneous Equipment

  • High Fidelity Manikins
  • SIM Mom Birthing
  • Trauma Fx
  • Operative Experience
  • HAL Adults
  • Sim Man 3G
  • Pediatric HAL
  • Sim New B
  • Aleris IV Pumps
  • Intravenous Access Arms
  • Arterial access Arms
  • Suturing Skills Trainer
  • Male/Female Catheterization
  • Pelvic Examination
  • Prostate Examination
  • Central Line
  • Training Crash Cart
  • NG Tube/Trach Care
  • Sonosite Portable Ultrasound
  • Zoll Defibrillator
  • Wound Care
  • Intubation/Airway
  • Stryker Stretchers
  • Tuff Kelly Rescue Manikins
  • Field Hospital Beds
  • Arrhythmia Simulators
  • Portable Suction


Contact Us


Dr. Hitzelberger Strasse
66849 Landstuhl, Germany

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Training Space

2 Buildings & 1 Training Area
Building 3718—Classrooms, Clinical and Life Support Training
Building 3714—Trauma and Prehospital Training
LTA1—Frontline Combat Casualty Training
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