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Real life training without real life consequences.

Like a flight simulator for pilots, VRpatients immerses students into lifelike, stress-inducing scenarios allowing them to interview, assess, diagnose and treat patients in real time.

Available through our web-based application or in full immersive VR, it’s the closest you can come to real life training without real life consequences.

We are medical professionals just like you. That’s why we built VRpatients Virtual Simulation Training for Emergency Responders and Nurses.

Watch a speed demo of VRpatients in both web and full virtual reality below:

Get VRpatients on AppLab!


VRpatients is now available as a free download in App Lab and comes with three lifelike patients that talk and psychically respond to your interventions!

Cases you get for FREE:

  1. Opioid Overdose (ALS)
  2. COVID-19 Respiratory Distress (ALS)
  3. Chest Pain – STEMI (ALS)

How do I get VRpatients for FREE? Simply search for “VRpatients” in the app store on your headset. You can also send VRpatients directly to your Quest headset from the web by adding VRpatients to your Meta Quest account. Click the button below, log in to your Meta Quest account, click “Get,” and VRpatients will appear in your Quest library!

Already tried the free app and want to learn more? Request a demo and discover how VRpatients can take your training program to the next level with our customizable case authoring tool to build your own cases, additional avatars and environments, a grading system to objectively assess clinical care, and much more!

What makes VRpatients, Virtual Simulation Training, so different?


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Realistic simulations based on real user experiences

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“Build it how you want it” intuitive case authoring tool

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LMS integration & enhanced grading rubric

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Objective critical thinking assessment

Lifelike animations, dynamic living environments and diverse, customizable patient avatars

Lifelike animations, dynamic living environments and diverse, customizable patient avatars

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Subscription-based pricing costs less than $10 per student per month

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Plus, future opportunity to turn your work into revenue through our affiliate program

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VRpatients Application


Fully customizable sim

Endless knowledge capacity; the more you add, the greater the value

Dynamic, variable scenarios with diverse selection of patient avatars

Learning through experiential immersion/gamification 

Highly intuitive case authoring tool (new cases created in minutes)

Low, subscription-based entry cost that appreciates as technology advances

Higher knowledge retention with immersion*

Objective assessment of skills/knowledge

Enhanced grading rubric


vs. Traditional Simulation Applications


vs. Packaged “off the shelf” sim

vs. Limited capacity; what you see is what you get

vs. Students must “imagine” the scenario; mannequin never changes

vs. Learning through low fidelity immersion

vs. Time-intensive education for proficient trainer

vs. Capital investment that depreciates over time

vs. Lower knowledge retention in a classroom setting

vs. Subjective assessment of skills/knowledge

vs. Subjective grading


Proud to partner with the following top tier training institutions:

Portland Community College
PIMA Community College
Madison Area Tech College
Western Community College
Kapi'olani Community College
Kishwaukee College
Coral Springs
Utah's Paramedic EMS Academy
Superior Ambulance Service
Great Basin Community College
Medic Ambulance

VRpatients Blog:

Ask The Experts: Keeping Your VR Lab Humming Along

Once you have the funding for your VR lab, you will need to set up the physical space. Two experts weigh in on what it takes to keep the equipment in shape for the students. They have each set up VR labs of their own using VRpatients and have consulted on many...

Ask The Experts: Setting Up a VR Lab

Setting Up a VR Lab – The Physical Space (Part 2 of 3) Once you have the funding for your VR lab, you will need to set up the physical space. VR training experts, Tracy Chesney and Devin Marble, have set up several VR simulation labs and have learned from their...

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