ASTEC travelled to Apache Junction, AZ to lend our simulation expertise to the Greater Valley Area Health Education Center (GVAHEC). Using our low-fidelity MamaNatalie birthing mannequin and our wireless pediatric mannequin SimJunior, we conducted a birthing scenario and a pediatric cardiac arrest scenario with students from Medicine, Nursing and Public Health. GVAHEC is the Greater Valley branch of 5 health education centers in Arizona dedicated to recruting and training competent health professionals to meet the growing needs in urban underserved and rural areas. To demonstrate the potential of telemedicine in connecting rural sites with larger training centers, our training was streamed live to the Northern- and Western Arizona Area Health Education Centers (NAHEC & WAHEC). Remote learners were prompted to actively participate in the simulation training and gained valuable lessions from the activity.