The new Public Health CTE facility is a new two-story classroom building, housing four career technical education (CTE) program pathways for students at Vista Del Lago High School, part of Moreno Valley Unified School District. The first floor has two standard classroom spaces with a shared patient care simulation lab between them. The first-floor shared lab is designed to accommodate a fully immersive simulation space for students to explore the various roles found within the patient care career program, including, diagnosis and treatment, medical coding and billing, and medical assisting. The lab contains five patient simulation stations, two of which include fully operational hospital beds, as well as a mock reception space and a separate control room to run all the student simulation stations.

The Emergency First Responder program is the fourth CTE pathway within the facility and encompasses the entire second floor of the building. Like the first floor, the second floor has three primary spaces, two classrooms, and a single shared lab space that functions as an EMT simulation space. The EMT lab will provide state of the art educational simulation capabilities, including three dedicated exam tables for mock simulation, and an ambulance simulator. This room also includes a dedicated control room for educators to monitor, program and record the simulations at the various stations in the room.

A future phase includes a public clinic that could serve to simultaneously provide internship opportunities to scholars enrolled in the Public Health classes at the high school and generate community awareness of the thriving Public Health CTE program at Vista Del Lago High School.