Raso Education Center

Jupiter Medical Center is Proud to Announce the Opening of the Raso Education Center.

Jupiter Medical Center - Raso Education Center

 

More than just a building - it represents the first completed phase of our $50 million, three-phase expansion. An unmatched educational resource for our team members, physicians, area clinicians, researchers, and the community - it is our next step in delivering world-class, patient-centered clinical care, focusing on academic and research excellence. We gratefully recognize our generous donors who made the new Raso Education Center possible: Mrs. Shirley C. and the late Dominick F. Raso, Margaret Clarke, the late Lawrence J. and the late Florence A. De George, Kathryn W. Davis, Margaret A. Krupa and the Jupiter Medical Center Auxiliary.

 

About the Raso Education Center and the Clarke Auditorium

The newly constructed Raso building at Jupiter Medical Center features some of the most leading-edge technology available today.

Room management software allows the meeting room coordinators easy access to automate the rooms and provide enhanced meeting room coordination along with scheduling. The software integrates with Microsoft Outlook on all desktops and allows users to request meeting rooms and pair the requester with the appropriate room based on their technology requirements. The system enables pre-programming of the computers, projection screens and lights to be turned on prior to the coordinator arriving for the meeting. Occupancy sensors detect movement in the rooms. If a meeting has been canceled but not deleted from the system, the sensors will turn off lights and equipment if no movement is detected within fifteen minutes from the start time.

Outside each meeting room is a 9 inch display showing meeting room information that is used to view upcoming meetings and allow users to request available meeting room space.  The center also has a portable Wolfvision document camera for clinical presentations.


Jupiter Medical Center - Raso Education Center - John H. and Margaret Clarke AuditoriumThe John H. & Margaret Clarke Auditorium offers a place to host physician lectures from top academic medical centers. An ever popular educational tool, the free physician lectures at Jupiter Medical Center offered to community members continue to grow at a rapid pace. Community members hear from doctors on various topics in an intimate setting, and enjoy "asking the expert" questions.  This room offers video presentation capability with projection screens located on the east and south walls to provide easy viewing from any location in the room. Seating up to 150, this auditorium's state-of-the-art technology includes a sound system with overhead speakers and wireless microphones.

The PC located in the podium has additional ports to allow for the Pathology camera, Radiology PACs and Laptop and USB inputs for presenters at weekly cancer conferences and pre-treatment breast conferences.

The room is able to receive and send television video conferencing using a LifeSize© video conferencing system and two high-definition pan-tilt-zoom cameras. This allows physicians, nurses and allied health professionals to attend continuing medical education conferences broadcast from any facility, whether an academic or research setting, in an interactive environment. Physician experts in their fields provide programs on a wide variety of topics from neurological evaluations to integrative medicine and oncology.

In the near future, the building will have the ability to view live surgeries from one of the operating rooms in the main hospital, which will allow for a group of physicians to watch it in the Raso Education Center. This room offers two-way communication between the operating room and the Raso Education Center while a surgeon performs a procedure. The surgeon will have the ability to control the high definition cameras in the Raso from the operating room, so that he or she may view the audience. The system also supports the ability for any presenter to bring any HDMI device, be it a laptop, iPhone, iPad, etc. and connect it to the system and view it on any of the motorized projection screens. 

 

Jupiter Medical Center - Raso Education Center - Lawrence J. and Florence A. De GeorgeThe Lawrence J. & Florence A. De George Board Room has video presentation capability showing on a projection screen located on the south wall. The PC located in the lectern has a 15 inch interactive display and added ports to allow the Pathology camera, Radiology PACs display as well as Laptop and multiple USB inputs for presenters.  This room has overhead speakers and wireless microphones. In addition, this room is able to receive and send television video conferencing using a LifeSize© video conferencing system and two high-definition pan-tilt-zoom cameras. The system allows any trustee that is out of town to participate in the meetings. The board room table has imbedded charging stations and several PC, Laptop and Tablet inputs.

 

Jupiter Medical Center - Raso Education Center - Innovation RoomThe Innovation Room is designed to enable JMC process experts to encourage, facilitate and deliver new and improved medical processes to our community. The room utilizes the most advanced integrated media, communication and knowledge capture technology available today to both increase the velocity and reduce the cost of medical process research and design.

The room is modular in design to offer unlimited room configurations.  A 174-inch-wide intuitive, multi-touch and gesture-driven SMART board system digitally captures new process ideas. A social media-ready and interactive, video-enabled Apple-Television system offers virtual research and conferencing with medical experts worldwide. Two iPad© ports will allow improvement concepts discovered outside the room to be brought in and shared instantly, capturing ideas found during daily work and sending them to the Innovation Room's network.

 

Jupiter Medical Center - Raso Education Center - Katheryn W. Davis Computer Training LabThe Kathryn W. Davis Computer Training Lab has sixteen PCs for team member training on Jupiter Medical Center applications.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Jupiter Medical Center - Raso Education Center - Internet CafeThe Internet Cafe has three iMac workstations along the north glass wall, an iPad docking location and a large flat panel LCD monitor for display of content as well as CATV.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Jupiter Medical Center - Raso Education Center - Physician Training LabsTwo Physician Training Rooms offer video presentation capability with projection screens in a classroom setting. Designed for physicians to be able to receive and send television video conferencing using a LifeSize© video conferencing system and two high-definition pan-tilt-zoom cameras. This allows physicians, nurses and allied health professionals to attend continuing medical education conferences broadcast from any facility, whether an academic or research setting, in an interactive environment. Physician experts in their fields provide programs on a wide variety of topics from neurological evaluations to integrative medicine and oncology. Currently in development, one of our physician training rooms will have the ability to broadcast live surgeries from one of the operating rooms in the main hospital, allowing for a group of physicians to view, learn, and have two-way communication between the operating room and the Raso Education Center while a surgeon performs a procedure. The surgeon will have the ability to control the high definition cameras in the Raso Center from the operating room, so that he or she may view the audience. The system also supports the ability for any presenter to bring any HDMI device, be it a laptop, iPhone, iPad, or other device, connect it to the system, and view it on any of the motorized projection screens.