Corry Memorial Hospital aquires new training tool

Corry Memorial Hospital personnel get together for a training session with the hospital’s new human simulator, METIman. Clockwise, from front left, are Chris Hofmeister, LPN; Jim Gervase, pharmacist; Patrick Wolfe, METIman trainer; Joanne Helmer, RN; Patty White, RN; and Terry DeLellis, RN, director of nursing. Contributed photo

Meet METIman. He’s 6-feet tall, weighs 140 pounds and has rubber-like skin.

He’s Corry Memorial Hospital’s newest training mannequin.

METIman is an instructional tool for medical personnel, said Terry DeLellis, RN, who is director of nursing at Corry Memorial Hospital.

See the Journal’s Thursday, May 12th edition for full story.

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