MedaPhor: Installation of 500th simulation system

MedaPhor Group plc (AIM: MED), the global provider of advanced ultrasound training simulators for medical professionals, announces it has sold its 500th simulation system, with the installation of a HeartWorks TTE Mobile echocardiography skills simulator at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center’s Clinical Simulation Center.

MedaPhor’s ScanTrainer and HeartWorks product ranges offer clinicians true-to-life simulation and learning systems for the teaching of transthoracic, transoesophageal, transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound skills across multiple medical specialities. Penn State Health runs a variety of educational programmes at its Clinical Simulation Center located on the Hershey Medical Center campus, and prides itself on offering its annual cohort of over 23,000 learners, the most advanced simulation equipment.

David Rodgers, Manager at the Clinical Simulation Center, commented: “We use a variety of simulation technologies, including auscultation, ultrasound, and now echocardiography, within our programmes to create more authentic patient-centred scenarios that can immerse the learners in the experience.

The addition of the HeartWorks simulator gives us new capabilities to merge technology with our standardised patients in order to create a more realistic environment for our learners. Enabling learners to interact simultaneously with the HeartWorks technology and standardised patients adds an extra level of realism and opens up new possibilities for them to access more complex cases and scenarios.”

Stuart Gall, CEO at MedaPhor, also commented: “We are delighted that Penn State Health has chosen HeartWorks for its patient centred training scenarios for echocardiography. Through our close work with customers and leading clinicians, we are able to create some of the most advanced and realistic simulation platforms on the market and this 500th system installation demonstrates the growing demand for these systems around the world. We look forward to hitting more global sales milestones as we continue to enhance and grow our product offering.”

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Stuart Gall, CEOTel: +44 (0)29 2075 6534
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Bobbie Hilliam (Nominated Adviser)
Julian Morse (Corporate Broking)
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About MedaPhor (

MedaPhor (AIM: MED) is a global developer of advanced ultrasound skills training simulators for medical

professionals. Founded in 2004, the Company is headquartered in Cardiff, UK and Atlanta, USA, with over 500 systems installed in over 30 countries around the world. The Company owns three of the world’s leading ultrasound training and examination simulators – ScanTrainer, ScanTrainer Examine and HeartWorks.

ScanTrainer is an ultrasound simulator and CPD platform offering transvaginal & transabdominal ultrasound education. It offers trainees an immersive, 24/7 self-directed learning experience allowing faster knowledge and skills acquisition at any stage of an ultrasound trainee’s learning pathway.

Features include real feel haptic feedback, real full-anatomy scans, real-time expert guidance via ScanTutor, structured curriculum learning, metric-based assessment and a range of cloud-based features, including the unique ability for a doctor to upload their own patient cases onto the simulator.

ScanTrainer Examine is a cloud-based ultrasound diagnostic skills training simulator. It offers a library of over 500 pathologies and normal patient scans to help medical practitioners learn key diagnostic skills. ScanTrainer Examine also enables ultrasound educationalists to use the simulator as a virtual patient skills assessment tool for examination and certification.

HeartWorks is recognised globally as the leading simulation solution for education in echocardiography, cardiac anatomy and lung ultrasound. Developed by consultant cardiac anaesthetists at University College London Hospital, it is unrivalled for quality, accuracy, and realism in the teaching of transthoracic and transoesophageal echocardiography.

From the development of the most anatomically correct and realistic 3D heart to a range of fully interactive manikin based simulators, HeartWorks remains at the cutting edge of simulation technology with a growing portfolio of simulation products for clinical skills acquisition and assessment that help prepare clinicians to deliver quality care to their patients.


2017-08-17T11:11:56+00:00 August 17th, 2017|News|