Center for Advanced Simulation in Healthcare (CASH)

Welcome to CASH - GMU

The Center for Advanced Simulation in Healthcare (CASH) at Gulf Medical University is a multidisciplinary educational facility that provides high-tech simulated and virtually created hospital set-up for clinical and communication skills teaching and training for all health care professionals. The GMU Simulation Center offers Training Programs & RCPE Online Courses to doctors, nurses and other health professionals. CASH is an AHA-accredited life support training site which offers BLS & ACLS courses regularly as well NAEMT Accredited training Site which offers PHTLS. CASH officially declared as an International centre to run MRCPUK PACES examination twice annually. CASH is a member of simulation related professional bodies like SESAM, ASPE, ASSH, SSH.




Center for Advanced Simulation in Healthcare at Gulf Medical University will begin Classroom training of Life Support on a limited basis starting July 01st 2020 onwards. The training will be conducted by following recommendation of AHA, CDC and MOH.

Training Memo: Safety precautions and instructional changes during COVID 19 outbreak (Click here)




Around the globe has been hit hard due to the expanding and evolving COVID 19 outbreak and it has affected the way we work, learn and live. In anticipation of difficulties in obtaining recertification training and card renewals during the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Heart Association (AHA) released a Waiver featuring Updated Interim Guidance on Card Extensions during the COVID-19 Outbreak on May 20, 2020, which extended AHA Instructor and Provider Course Completion Cards for 120 days beyond their recommended renewal dates, beginning with cards that expired in March 2020. Beginning in July, AHA will resume normal timelines for renewing cards (Those with cards expiring at the end of July should plan to renew their cards by the recommended renewal date on their card - July 2020).

Interim Guidance on Extensions for AHA Instructor & Provider Cards during COVID 19 outbreak (Click here to view)