New images have been released revealing how Bolton's multi-million pound medical college will look like once it is completed.

The Bolton College of Medical Sciences is currently on track to open its doors in September next year and attract students from across the the country to train using the very latest in technology.

The college, being built in the grounds of the Royal Bolton Hospital, will have range of new suites designed to recreate the look and feel of hospital wards.

University of Bolton Vice Chancellor Professor George E Holmes said: “We want to attract the best talent from around the country to come and learn at BCMS, and by having such an incredible range of high-tech equipment, we’re firm in our commitment to becoming a national centre of excellence for healthcare education.”

The Bolton News: The college plans to offer state-of-the-art facilitiesThe college plans to offer state-of-the-art facilities (Image: Galibier)

The £40million medical college is a collaboration between the University alongside Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, Bolton College and Bolton Council which when completed will aim to train around 3,000 learners a year.

The students will be trained in six simulation suites which will recreate different kinds of hospital wards, while a state-of-the-art 4D room will use using projectors, sounds, lighting and smells to recreate scenarios they will have to deal with in their medical careers such as road traffic accidents.

The college will also include two “high fidelity” suits which will feature advanced adult and infant mannequins and which can be programmed to create life-like medical scenarios.

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One of these suites has also been designed to easily transform into an operating theatre, giving students the opportunity to train in as life like an environment as possible.

There will also be a community simulation suite which will create a home-like environment, simulating the types of issues that medical professionals deal with when providing care in non-hospital settings such as people’s homes. 

Once complete, the medical college is expected to be able to hold around 950 students at any one time and as well as teaching youngsters will also train established NHS staff, with several of the classrooms having been developed for this purpose.