MediSend’s School is located in the Elisabeth Dahan Humanitarian Center, MediSend’s headquarters in Dallas, Texas; approximately 14 miles north of Dallas downtown. The campus map is presented below. The School in comprised of 2 (two) classrooms, 3 (three) class laboratories with specific destinations, a research laboratory (R&D laboratory), school staff and instructor offices, one conference room, study room, library, archive, various storage rooms for equipment and media, student break room, cafeteria as well as other space necessary for a school to function properly. The map of the school is also presented on one of the following pages (all areas in blue are belonging to the School while the areas in yellow are designated for the School administrative staff).
The classrooms are used primarily for instruction classes. The term “classroom” includes not only general purpose classrooms, but also lecture halls, recitation rooms, seminar rooms, and other spaces used primarily for scheduled non-laboratory instruction. The classrooms contain various types of instructional aides or equipment are equipped with chairs, tables, multimedia, telecommunications equipment and also special equipment (e.g. maps, computers, network connections) appropriate to a specific area of study.
The three class laboratories of the BMET School are used primarily for formally or regularly scheduled instruction that require special purpose equipment or a specific space configuration for student participation, experimentation, observation, or practice in the academic discipline. Each class laboratory is furnished with equipment to serve the needs of particular disciplines (e.g. Clinical Lab comprises primarily of analytical and clinical equipment found in clinical laboratories, General Lab comprises primarily of general biomedical equipment found in hospitals while the Imaging Laboratory comprises primarily of imaging equipment found in hospitals) for group instruction in formally or regularly scheduled classes.
The Research (R&D) Laboratory is designed and equipped for faculty, staff, and students to conduct research on controlled and structured creative activities. These activities are generally confined to faculty, staff, and assigned graduate students and are applicable to any academic discipline. Activities may include experimentation, application, observation, composition, or research training in a structured environment directed by one or more faculty or principal investigators.
The Office facilities are individual, multi-person, or workstation spaces specifically assigned to academic, administrative, and service functions of the School. A space housing faculty, staff, or students working at one or more desks, tables, or workstations represents the Office.
The Office Service rooms serve an office or group of offices as an extension of the activities in those spaces. They include file rooms, break rooms, kitchenettes serving office areas, copy and fax rooms, vaults, closets, private restrooms not available to the public, records rooms, office supply rooms, first aid rooms serving office areas, student counseling rooms and testing rooms, and open and private (restricted/nonpublic) circulation areas
The Conference Room serves as an office complex and used primarily for staff meetings and departmental activities. The conference room is typically equipped with tables and chairs. Normally it is used by a specific organizational unit or office area, whereas Meeting Rooms are used for general purposes such as community or campus group meetings not associated with a particular department.
The Study Room is used by individuals to study at their convenience, the space not being restricted to a particular subject or discipline by contained equipment.