When students walk into the Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences’ new state-of-the-art campus in August, there are probably going to be a lot of “oohs” and “aahs.”

The transformation wrought upon the former Bosch Security office building and warehouse at Greenfield Corporate Center is complete.  Apart from its sheer size, the warehouse is unrecognizable as such. A 120,00 square-foot second floor or mezzanine was added.  Natural light from 10 skylights floods the building’s central core.  Nearly 60 windows were added.

The office building, too, was completely overhauled.

The showpiece of the $65 million, 320,000 square-foot environmentally friendly campus is The Center for Excellence in Practice, an advanced facility for hands-on simulation training.

It lets the college “immerse our students in a realistic clinical environment,” said director of simulation learning Joseph Corvino, practicing their specialties in laboratories and suites that look virtually identical to their real-world counterparts.

Read the full article and see pictures on LancasterOnline.