History of Success
Trinity’s success is built on a strong foundation of student focus and support. Trinity students achieve a high rate of success in the key medical school milestone events: USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 exams, and U.S. residency placement. We don’t place artificial barriers in front of those milestone events to prop up statistical results. Students are provided multiple opportunities, with faculty and administration support, to achieve successful outcomes. In the most important measurement of success, our graduates have a 86% match rate.
Trinity is the one medical school that will invest personally and professionally in you with your success as its core mission. Led by experienced U.S. medical school deans, Trinity's approach has proven successful for our graduates.
The founders of Trinity were determined to develop a learning environment focused on student success and that closely resembles a U.S. medical school, from small class sizes and low student-to faculty-ratios, to a U.S.-style medical center campus for clinical clerkships. Trinity goes far beyond simply teaching basic sciences in the first two years, we immediately integrate clinical exposure, and our students begin clinical training in their very first term. These activities are available through the many partnerships we have developed with organizations such as Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, local health clinics and the World Pediatric Project. This early clinical training builds student confidence, a strong foundation of skill, patient rapport and sets Trinity apart from other medical schools.
Dedicated Leadership & Faculty
The Faculty at Trinity School of Medicine are all highly qualified and credentialed educators that are passionate about teaching. They are fully committed to student success and foster a true sense of family. Trinity is a school where the professors know the students name and are readily accessible to answer questions or offer additional help. Our graduates will tell you that they attribute much of their success to the level of personal support they found at Trinity from faculty, staff, administration and fellow students. The challenges of medical school are much more manageable when others around you are as invested in your success as you are.
Trinity understands the critical nature of a strong clinical foundation, that is why we begin clinical training in the very first term - this is possible because Trinity has partnered with Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, a 230 bed teaching hospital and several local community health clinics. Trinity students participate in weekly rotations, staff health fairs and triage patients.
Our Mid-Atlantic clerkship campus is located in Baltimore, MD. Baltimore is a recognized leading city of medical education, with teaching hospitals including the University of Maryland hospital system, the Lifebridge Health hospital system, as well as Grace Medical Center.
Trinity’s Southeast clerkship campus, located in Warner Robins, Georgia, Houston County is an expanding region of medical education, centered around Houston Healthcare (HHC). HHC started as a single community hospital in Warner Robins and is now an integrated healthcare system consisting of seven separate entities, serving 300,000 people annually.
Community & Learning Opportunities for Med Students
Trinity students have a truly unique opportunity to participate in the pediatric care mission of a remarkable organization, the World Pediatric Project (WPP). WPP serves at-risk children throughout the Caribbean region through its teams of volunteer physicians, with a world class operating facility in St. Vincent for specialty surgeries. Trinity students serve supporting roles in surgical cases and participate in care discussions with surgical teams.
In addition to the WPP, Trinity students have many other opportunities to serve and learn within the medical community. One example is The Rotary Village Doctor program. This program allows the people of St. Vincent the opportunity to be seen by a number of volunteer specialists on a single day, in a single location. Trinity students triage over 100+ patients a day at these scheduled events. Early patient interactions and exposure to clinical situations provide a great benefit to Trinity students and also allows the student the opportunity to give back to the community of St. Vincent. Trinity is always looking for new opportunities to grow and engage our students in high yield community service activities.