Bringing practice to the practice of medicine®

The Chamberlain Group produces anatomically accurate medical models that capture the consistency and response of living tissue, providing the best alternative to animals and cadavers for training in new devices and procedures.

In close collaboration with medical device companies and teaching hospitals in fifty countries, we meet procedural training objectives with clean, smart solutions that illuminate, educate, and differentiate.

Our custom anatomy is recognized worldwide for its superior visual and experiential realism. We also offer a line of existing products for purchase.

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  • New High Fidelity CT Surgery Trainer

    New for 2020
    High Fidelity CT Surgery Trainer (#1543)

    Patient simulator for skin-to-skin, on-pump, cardiac surgery training. Developed in Collaboration with Prof. Dr. Piergiorgio Tozzi, UINL, CHUV.
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  • New Enhanced Perfusion Beating Heart Trainer

    New for IMSH 2019!
    Enhanced ECMO/Perfusion Team Trainer (#1502)

    Patient mannequin for emergent CPB with V-V or V-A ECMO and the most realistic beating heart simulator on the market —interfaces with your Califia or Orpheus™ simulator system and ECMO or Heart/Lung Machine* to bring the virtual patient onto the operating table.
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Hollywood in the Operating Room, The New York Times, Science Times December 7, 2015 - Surgeons at Massachusetts General Hospital have four minutes to save this gunshot wound victim. So how do residents learn such a risky procedure? With a little help from Hollywood. By EMMA COTT and BEN LAFFIN, Published November 9, 2015. Related Article “Artificial Patients, Real Learning “ By Karen Weintraub, November 9, 2015.
EEMCrit essentials of EMCrit Jan 31, 2018 Trauma Thoracotomy Live Product Demonstration January 18, 2018 - The Chamberlain Group’s Trauma Thoracotomy simulator was deployed for a live demonstration of resuscitative thoracotomy at the Essentials of Emergency Medicine / EMCrit conference January 31, 2018 in New York City. Dr. Chris Hicks, an emergency physician specialist and faculty speaker, performed the live procedural demonstration. The conference was organized and hosted by Dr. Scott […]