|  ABOUT US                 

The FEMEBA foundation was created in 1994. Since then, it has carried out various activities related to continuing education, from a health and social perspective. For this work we have the invaluable collaboration of prestigious friends at the National and International Level.

The Social Question Forum, the Bioethics Commission, the Editorial FEMEBA, the Pharmacology area, and the Palliative Care area, these last two with more than two decades of experiencie, complement the wide teaching offer of the FEMEBA Institute whose classrooms already pass more than a thousand students per year.

Nevertheless, we took on the great challenge just over two years ago , when the idea of founding a simulation center was taking shape and after a huge financial effort and as a result of the joint work of an exceptional team, this idea came true.

Give value to our old headquarters after more than seven years unocuppied, and develop our simulation center hear, it is a dream come true that happen in difficult times in wich our doctors go through great vicissitudes, for this reason we trust that they will find in INSPIRE a space that they feel is theirs and that allows them to train with the best and most modern existing tools. 

Our Quality and Patient Safety program will find a strong ally and an invaluable tool at INSPIRE Simulation Center FEMEBA, that will undoubtedly collaborate in everything related to the incorporation of knowledge and skills in the field of health, not only for our doctors, but also for many other professions and activities directly or indirectly related to health sector.       

The most important Simulation Center of the country and one of the best in Latin America for infraestructure and resources, has its doors open to all those who make up the different institutions and entities related to medical sciences.

We renew our commitment to the community, the health sector, and doctors in particular, and we are committed to carrying out new projects that contribute to their well-being.


INSPIRE is an acronym , and collect the characteristics that a learning facilitator should have, wich in spanish are: Inteligente, Nutritivo, Socrático, Progresivo, Innovador, Reflexivo y Estimulante.

        |   NUESTRO EQUIPO

        Juan Ignacio Cobián


        Juanchi is a surgeon form Bahia Blanca trained in the city of Buenos Aires, with work experience in almost all the Buenos Aires territory. He did a fellowship in Advanced Clinical Simulation at the Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid, Spain. His hobby is gastronomy.


        Sandro Scafati


        Sandro is the representative of the center before the executive board of FEMEBA. He is Consultant Specialist in Gynecology and Obstetrics, President of the General La Madrid Medical Circle and Councilor of the Xa FEMEBA Circumscription.


        Alberto Fontana

        Academic Advisor                     

        Cacho is a Pediatric Surgeon. He is an ex-professor of the Facultad de Cs. Médicas of the UNLP, where he was director of the Clinical Simulation Hospital and former head of the Pediatric Surgery Service of the Sor Maria Ludovica Hospital. Among his many appointments, scientific corporate participation stands out. His hobby is music.


        Nicolás Fuentes

        Simulation Technician                     

        Nico es Ingeniero Biomédico, oriundo de La Rioja y formado en la ciudad de Córdoba. Tiene un posgrado en Neurociencia Computacional y es el encargado del aspecto técnico de la simulación. Paralelamente, coordina la creación de nuevos modelos en nuestro Creative Lab.


        María Magdalena Aprea

        Coordinadora Programa de Emergencia, RCP y Trauma

        Se llama María Magdalena, pero todos le dicen Lili. Es Médica, y dedico toda su carrera a la medicina de urgencia y emergencia.

        Actualmente Coordina y es facilitadora del área de Trauma y Emergencia. Cree que el aprendizaje por simulación es un avance invalorable para los equipos de salud y la comunidad en general.


        Carina Yafar

        Coordinadora Programa Salud del niño y el recién nacido

        Carina es nuestra Médica Pediatra; quien actualmente se desempeña como Médica asistente en la terapia intermedia polimodal del Hospital de niños Sor María Ludovica de La Plata y coordina todas las actividades referentes al entrenamiento en atención del niño en nuestro Centro; es el corazón de la pediatría.


        Rocío Gamberoni

        Coordinadora Programa Salud de la madre

        Rocío es Licenciada en Obstetricia.

        Se desempeña como Profesora Adjunta de la cátedra de Obstetricia Clínica en la UNLP y es quien coordina junto al equipo de obstetras todas las experiencias clínicas simuladas referentes a las emergencias obstétricas y la atención del parto.


        Fernanda Retes

        Asistente Técnica

        Es nuestra Licenciada en Enfermería y quien se encarga de que nuestras áreas de simulación estén equipadas para vivir al máximo la experiencia INSPIRE.

        Trabajó en el Servicio de Neonatología del Hospital Sor María Ludovica, hasta que se jubiló y desde ese momento se dedica a la Simulación y a la capacitación de enfermería en la educación de las familias de los niños antes del alta.


        Carolina Montoya

        Administrative Coordinator

        Caro es Ingeniera Industrial, recibida en Bogotá. En el Centro de Simulación, coordina y gestiona los recursos para llevar a cabo todas nuestras actividades. Es también coordinadora de la comisión de comunicación de FLASIC y prosecretaria de la subcomisión de comunicación y difusión SASIM. Le gusta viajar y la gastronomía

        Agendar una reunión 

        Gabriela Gorza


        Es Oriunda de Bahía Blanca, recibida en Marketing y Fotografía. Gaby es nuestra encargada del área de comunicación y quien te va a brindar toda la información que necesites al momento de realizar un Curso.


        The FEMEBA foundation promotes scientific development, and since its beginning it was put at the service of professionals in the health area, proposing continuing education as an essential aspect for the improvement of the actors in the sector. In the last two decades, it has developed teaching, research and extension activities, aimed at medical professionals and non-medical personnel dedicated to health.

        Education is considered a fundamental pillar to produce changes that benefit the health of the population. In this sense, with the experience that the FEMEBA Foundation has as a central actor in the field of health sciences in the province of Buenos Aires, as of 2012 it has been dedicated to organizing the FEMEBA INSTITUTE (FI).

        The Medical Federation of the Province of Buenos Aires is a non-profit Civil Entity and voluntary second degree afilliation. It contains 111 Primary Entities with scope in 119 of the 135 municipalities of the province of Buenos Aires, and integrates the Permanent Special Commission for Hospital Careers.

        Since its creation, FEMEBA has promoted and implemented actions related to health coverage and medical care, through agreements with social works, having developed a true speciality in the matter, being the largest organization providing medical services in the country. In that same sense, FEMEBA has been pioneer in the promotion of labor standards for social security and is the organization with the most experience in managing health services, and the one that has introduced the most modern innovations in the matter.