When you’ve made the monumental decision to attend medical school, you have lots of decisions to make. One smart decision you can make is to attend medical school in the Caribbean.
At a top Caribbean medical school like Trinity School of Medicine, you can take advantage of top faculty members, a beautiful location, access to clinical education with an elite U.S. medical school, and opportunities for research. That’s all in addition to the excellent education you’ll receive by studying a patient-centered curriculum that focuses on preparing you for a successful and rewarding medical career.
Here’s a closer look at a few of the top benefits of attending a Caribbean medical school.
At Trinity School of Medicine, there are three entering cohorts. With rolling admissions, a new class starts every four months, meaning you can start your medical education at the time that’s most convenient for you. Our enrollment of 500 students from 378 different universities around the world represents talented, committed medical students eager to pursue their education. with a 10:1 faculty-student ratio, you’ll have access to committed faculty focused on your success.
Your medical education focuses on achieving core competencies that focus on core values:
- Medical Knowledge. Graduates master foundational clinical knowledge and basic science, with a thorough understanding of the normal and abnormal structure and functions of the human body.
- Patient Care. As a student, you will learn and practice how to provide care to patients and their families, learning how to take and record a full medical history, do complete and symptom-based physical exams, identify and interpret lab results, and build a differential diagnosis.
- Practice-Based Learning. Students will learn and develop strategies for the habit of evaluating their own patient care work, with a focus on improving their medical work through constructive criticism, learning and using new practices, and using evidence to base decisions.
- Communication Competency. Your education will guide you on the best way to build trust and communicate clearly with patients and their families.
- Professionalism. Our students learn to conduct their work with the highest ethical and professional integrity, with a commitment to protecting patient confidentiality and fulfilling professional obligations.
Trinity School of Medicine students complete rotations in some of the United States’ busiest and most diverse medical settings. Rotations are done in five different hospitals — four in Baltimore, Maryland, and one in Washington, D.C. These internships are managed by a team of physicians who help guide students and monitor their progress.
What’s more, Trinity medical students attend grand rounds weekly at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
Students are encouraged to work with faculty members on medical research, especially that which is focused on clinical applications. Trinity researchers and students regularly participate in conferences, an on-campus Research Day, and in work that is published in top medical journals.
Trinity provides an excellent option for students seeking a rigorous medical education in a beautiful Caribbean setting with a commitment to clinical medical education and scholarship.