The Seeger Surgical Simulation Center serves the Baylor University Medical Center's General Surgery Residency Education Program, as well as other Baylor residency and fellowship programs, and third year medical students from the Texas A&M Health Science Center. The Seeger Surgical Simulation Center provides a resource in a scientific environment which allows these students of medicine to hone a broad surgical skill set in a simulated environment, helping promote safe patient surgery. Ronald C. Jones, M.D., chief of surgery is the driving force in the development and sustainment of the Center with training support expertise from the skilled surgeons on the Baylor medical staff as well as financial support from the Helen Buchanan and Stanley Joseph Seeger Endowment Funds.
Preparing for the Real Thing
Skills for Surgeons