Trinity School of Medicine by the NumbersWhy Trinity School of Medicine?

Trinity is an academic institution with the same drive its students show towards their own futures.

The school opened in 2008 with a goal of providing greater opportunity to qualified medical students that didn't find the right fit in the US and Canadian systems. Taking every opportunity to grow and evolve the already proven method of early clinical experience, extensive USMLE preparation, and a culture of support, the school's reach and its graduates' success have only grown (while retaining the school's trademark personal approach to education).

Trinity is accredited by the Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP), the legally constituted body established to accredit medical programs in the Caribbean. The standards used by CAAM-HP are based on the United States medical school accreditation program as outlined by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME). As such, it is recognized as having comparable standards to accredited medical schools in the United States.

Graduates Reflect on Why Trinity Was the Right Choice

Trinity Student Advantage

Immediate Clinical Experience

Because of Trinity’s affiliation with Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, a 230-bed teaching hospital, clinical experience begins in the first term and continues through term five at the St. Vincent campus.

Incoming Classes Sized to Match Learning Styles

Trinity limits the number of incoming students to maintain smaller classes, provide a lower student to faculty ratio and a learning environment where each and every individual feels supported. Every student is matched with an academic adviser who will monitor performance and meet with the student regularly to assist with the development of study skills, test-taking skills and time management.

Attending a Caribbean medical school has advantages
Results and Outcomes

The curriculum contains comprehensive USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 preparation, the licensing exams that are top factors in matching for a residency placement. Trinity's faculty utilizes the National Board of Medical Examiner (NBME) discipline exams, several formative diagnostic exams, and the NBME Comprehensive Basic Science Exam all to ready students to not pass, but ace, their boards.  
During the core clerkships, lecture notes, e-books, self assessment exams, and NBME Subject exams support the course objectives and culminate in strong grades and top evaluations, ultimately leading to highly competitive graduates matching to their top residency program.