AHA Team Training Regional Training Centers

Our Regional Training Centers (RTCs) are centers of excellence in TeamSTEPPS. The RTCs are staffed by highly dedicated faculty, all who possess the knowledge, skills and attitudes that have been identified for Master Trainers as specified in existing TeamSTEPPS training materials. These Master Trainer teams are comprised of physicians, nurses, other allied health professionals, educators, and experts in organizational change management. The clinical team members represent a mix of disciplines and specialties that often correspond to the TeamSTEPPS domains used at their hospitals.

Northwell Health exterior photo

Northwell Health, New Hyde Park, New York.

Duke University Health System facility

Duke Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina.

MetroHealth facility

MetroHealth, Cleveland, Ohio.

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