1)Our Clinical Simulation Laboratory (CSL) registered 19,085 training attendances with nurses accounting for the majority of trainees in first three years. Basic Life Support training experienced the highest demand. 2)CSL usage rose markedly in both spring and fall, showing three daily peaks (9 am, 10 am and 5 pm), and lasted for an average of one and a half hours per session. 3)The lending rate of the simulators to areas outside CSL came to about half of the internal use rate. The current simulator–based training program requires improvement to increase attendance by medical students and doctors.