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Clinical Learning Resource Center

The largest clinical simulation program in Texas 

The Clinical Learning Resource Center (CLRC) trains and educates students, and provides state of the art facilities and personnel to prepare the next generation of healthcare professionals

About CLRC

Inside the CLRC, students refine their fundamental and clinical skills in controlled, simulated health care environments. Highly specialized instructional technology is utilized, including computer-programmed full-body manikins with the capacity to realistically simulate a range of physiological states and responses.

Additionally, our standardized patient program allows future health care professionals to work with individuals who portray patients from infancy through retirement.

The CLRC also functions as a place where area hospitals and clinic groups can learn and practice new techniques.


The CLRC’s mission is to provide immersive simulation-based training that employs a variety of innovative methods and resources to support positive skills acquisition, the development of critical and creative thinking, and emphasize lifelong learning to improve outcomes across diverse industries.


Medical Simulation


The vision of the CLRC is to advance the use of simulation to support safe, quality, and innovative learning experiences for individuals, teams, and organizations. We will bridge the gaps between theory and practice, and build relationships with academic institutions, professional organizations, and industry leaders who aspire to change the future of professional practice.

CLRC serves

  • School of Medicine
  • School of Nursing
  • Irma Lerma Rangel School of Pharmacy
  • School of Public Health
  • Other Texas A&M University Health Science Center health professionals
  • External partners
  Qty FY24 TAMU/FED Rate FY24 Other Rate
CLRC Administrative Rate per hour $30.00 $72.00