Oxford Medical Simulation Raises £2.1M in Funding

Oxford Medical Simulation, a London, UK-based provider of realistic virtual reality healthcare training, raised £2.1M in funding.

Backers included ACF Investors, and Dr Nicolaus Henke.

The company intends to use the funds to expand its product offering, and to grow into US.

Founded by Jack Pottle and Michael Wallace in 2017, Oxford Medical Simulation delivers virtual reality medical simulation – training healthcare professionals to provide patient management without risking lives. The focus is on clinical decision-making under pressure, crisis resource management, team interaction and patient engagement. Clients include a wide range of NHS Trusts and universities as well as US universities, including John Hopkins University and Duke University, and several US health systems.