The College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Saint Lucia (College of Medicine) was established in 2001 as , with the goal of combining traditional education and modern technology to train physicians world wide.
Telephone – Saint Lucia: 1-758-450-3990
For more information, please contact Dr. Daniel Harrington in our Montana office at 1 800 448 4008.
Please check back often because we are actively seeking further accredidation which will make more people eligible.
College of Medicine and Health Sciences moved to the Rodney Bay -Gros-Islet Area.
College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Saint Lucia
Box 2478 Rodney Bay St. Lucia, W.I.
Numerous criteria, including grade point average, science grade point, advanced science courses, letters of recommendation and involvement in school and extracurricular activities, especially healthcare education. The applicant’s latest semester scores should be at or above a “B” average.
The College of Medicine and Health Sciences pass rate for the Step 1 of the USMLE is 81 %.
Ninety credits of college work and specific required courses is the minimum requirement for admissions.
Most applicants have at least an undergraduate degree since they are healthcare professionals.
“TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE” (TOEFEL) scores are required from students whose first language is other than English or come from a country whose national language is not English.
Students from some medical schools are eligible to apply for advanced standing but must meet all College admissions requirements. An original application, including all medical school work completed, scores on USMLE step I or II, or any other standardized tests must also be submitted with the application. Read More.
Since our Partial-Distance Program is geared for healthcare professionals, MCAT scores are not currently required for admissions, but are considered if they have been taken. If the MCAT is taken more than once, all scores must be submitted. Most of our students have taken the MCAT as some time in their career.
Interviews are offered to promising applicants where student’s interests, character, and reasons for their career decision will be discussed. Interviews may be conducted on campus, at the student’s location, or via telephone.
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You will incur additional expenses for books and supplies, fees, transportation, room and board, personal expenses, entertainment, health insurance, and malpractice insurance during clinical training.
The pre clinical curriculum is five semesters of 16 weeks each (80 weeks). The clinical curriculum is 76 weeks in length. Read more.
Currently clinical students do their core clinical training in teaching hospitals in the USA and elsewhere. Elective (fourth year) clinical training is a bit more flexible. Read more.
The College(Est 2002), has 33 graduates as of June of 2012.
Four of our graduates are in Residency training in outstanding hospitals in New Jersey, Illinois, Tennessee and Virginia.
The “College of Medicine Student Association” has an active chapter on campus. This organization is an important player in the accreditation and operations of the College.
The student population is comprised primarily of students from the United States, followed by students from Europe. Many of our students, especially those in the independent study program, are older students with specialty degrees in healthcare.
All students are REQUIRED to have Medical Mal-practice Insurance for your clinical rotations. You are welcome to choose any insurance provider you wish. If you need a Medical Mal-practice Insurance provider, we can recommend Healthcare Professional Services. Our contact person is: Parker Harvey, 678-935-5040.