Cadaver Anatomy Program
In an effort to further and enhance biomedical education, EMS/Pre-Hospital Services offers the ONLY human cadaver anatomy program of its kind in Colorado. Using human anatomical specimens provided by the Colorado State Anatomical Board's Donor Program, this state-of-the-art course offering provides an overview of human systems anatomy and physiology in a hands-on, experiential format.
Lutheran Medical Center's experienced cadaver program staff includes physicians, PhDs, physician assistants, and upper level medical students.
- Junior/senior high school science students
- Individuals directly involved in medical employment, training, or education
- Enrollees of undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate or professional development medical, dental, or allied health, massage or alternative medicine programs or research projects
- Human anatomical specimens may not be viewed by the general public
- Minimum/maximum number of students at each location
- Participants must verify that they are not familiar with any friend or relative who has been a donor to the State Anatomical Board in the last two years.
Monday - Friday from 6 p.m to 10 p.m.
Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Classes may be scheduled at either of the following locations:
Good Samaritan Medical Center
200 Exempla Circle
Lutheran Medical Center
8300 West 38th Avenue
Wheat Ridge, Colorado
For more information and scheduling, please contact:
Linda M. Armacost, MA, EMT-P
EMT/Anatomy Programs Coordinator