Did you know that international medical graduates (doctors that graduated from non-US medical schools) make up 25% of physicians in the United States? Trinity School of Medicine is a Caribbean medical school offering students a unique medical school experience where you can study globally and practice locally.
In this latest infographic, we explore the often overlooked but nonetheless pivotal role international medical graduates play in the American healthcare system. At Trinity, we recognize that the US medical school system's admission standards are leaving qualified future physicians out of every application cycle and that the US healthcare system is dependent on international medical graduates.
Simply put, Trinity gives qualified students the opportunity to study medicine who otherwise may have been overlooked. See why training abroad is not just an option for students, but an integral part of U.S. healthcare.
If you are interested in a unique learning environment, a curriculum with an emphasis on clinical skills and service to patients, or just a fresh start – reach out to Trinity School of Medicine’s office of admissions to apply today to enroll at our accredited medical school in the Caribbean.