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Trinity School of Medicine Celebrates the 2021 White Coat Ceremony

Earlier this month, Trinity School of Medicine held its White Coat Ceremony for the September 2021 starting class. Along with the new matriculants, parents, relatives, friends, and other well-wishers gathered to celebrate the day at Kingstown Baptist Church in St. Vincent. Presiding over the event was Trinity Dean Dr. Frances Purcell with guest speakers including Her Excellency Dame Susan Dougan, Governor-General of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Mr. Steven R. Wilson, President of Trinity Medical Sciences University, and Dr. Paul Cartwright.

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How Long is Medical School?

Becoming a doctor takes more than intelligence, passion, and dedication. It also takes a great deal of time. Exactly how long it takes a particular person to reach their dream of being a doctor depends on several factors.

Long-Distance Support: Trinity Students Donate to Support their Island Home

The Trinity School of Medicine Student Government Association has donated over $13,000 to disaster relief efforts in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

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Alumni Spotlight -  Anitesh Jaswal

This month we are excited to highlight a recent 2021 Trinity  graduate, Anitesh Jaswal.
Dr. Jaswal will be hosting a webinar later this month - be sure to register at the link below:
July 21st at 6PM ET.
https://bit.ly/3hOoaLQ

“I am excited to start my professional journey and can’t thank everyone enough for the help over the years to get to today. I’m eager to do some good in another community with a fantastic program and become a better physician for the patients I’ll be honored to call mine.”
-Dr. Anitesh Jaswal
Family Medicine 
The Wright Center for Community Health
Trinity Graduate 2021
University of Alberta Alumnus

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Student Spotlight - Vincent Shieh

Regional Director of Admissions, Elise Froistad recently caught up with Trinity student, Vincent Shieh, for this student spotlight:

No one knows what lies ahead once one starts med school. The hope is to have picked the right school in order to learn, be successful and hopefully enjoy the journey. Vincent chose Trinity for a reason and has had an experience that he likely did not imagine when he sat at his White Coat ceremony. Here’s more about his journey.

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Medical School Requirements: What Prospective Students Should Know

The United States and Canada are struggling to fix the shortage of physicians these countries experience. One way they are doing so is to expand the available spots in their medical schools. Because more than 60 percent of applicants are not accepted, it’s important to know about their requirements early on in your education so you can plan accordingly.

How to Become a Doctor in Canada

Becoming a doctor in Canada can lead to a lifelong career that is both personally fulfilling and financially lucrative. Though the process can be both lengthy and challenging, the end results can reap many rewards for your efforts. Understanding and knowing the process can make it easier to move methodically toward your goal.

Trinity Medical Sciences University Dedicates Their New Learning Facility to a Local Leader in Medical Education

Warner Robins, GA- Trinity Medical Sciences University, a leading international medical school, is pleased to announce the dedication of its medical education center in honor of W. Douglas Skelton, M.D. This newly designed facility is located in the Houston Health Pavilion.

2021 Match Report: Trinity Graduates Continue Our Strong History of Match Success.

We are pleased to announce residency match results for 2021! Once again, Trinity graduates continue to represent our school in placements at top healthcare institutions across the U.S.

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Can I Get Into Medical School?

If becoming a doctor is your dream job, you'll spend a great deal of your time wondering if you can get into medical school. Considering how competitive medical school is, it's no surprise that you might wonder if you can even successfully get accepted into a program. This is especially true when you consider that more than half of students who apply to med school aren't accepted.