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Stevens Community Medical Center health care professionals take part in a simulated pediatric emergency in the Kohl's Mobile Simulation Center earlier this spring. From left are Karen Long, LPN, Amanda Luthi, RN, Dr. Greg Abler and Chayla Ostby, RN.

Preparing for the next baby through the door

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By Tom Larson

Sun Tribune

Hospitals in rural areas are fortunate in that their staffs aren't used to seeing a large number of pediatric trauma cases.

But when emergency situations involving children do arise, a mobile simulation center might be part of what will save a life.

The Kohl's Mobile Simulation Center is a rolling testing center for physicians, nurses and other staffers who might find themselves dealing with medical emergencies.

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