Amsterdam Skills Centre

The Amsterdam Skills Centre is a not for profit company which is fully owned by Amsterdam University Medical Centre. It has teamed up with Stryker, a global medical technology company, to set up the facility. Stryker has invested in the building of the centre and supplied the equipment for the training sessions.

The Amsterdam Skills Centre is building the next generation learning platform to generate, apply & spread the knowledge about new ways of surgical learning, training & teaching – making a difference for all people, near and far, across all borders.

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Amsterdam UMC

Since June 2018, the two academic hospitals AMC and VUmc have merged to form Amsterdam UMC. With over 16,000 people, the two locations of Amsterdam UMC work together to provide good and accessible care. Amsterdam UMC focuses on a future where diseases can be prevented and where patients receive the best treatments. The emphasis is on the complex treatment of rare disorders.

At Amsterdam UMC we train thousands of young people to become doctors, specialists or nurses. Amsterdam UMC has eight research institutes. The researchers affiliated with these are internationally among the top in medical scientific research. Through the cooperation of Amsterdam UMC with other hospitals in the region of Noord-Holland and Flevoland, the patient receives the highest quality of care in the right place. At Amsterdam UMC we offer excellent academic patient care, state-of-the-art scientific research and top-level education and training.

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