is the legally constituted international body established to accredit medical programs in the Caribbean. The standards used by the CAAM-HP are based on the United States medical school accreditation program as outlined by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, USA (LCME) and are recognized by the World Federation of Medical Education, WHO (WMFE) as comparable to US accredited schools. As such, it is concurrently recognized as a viable academic pathway to an MD degree in the United States.
CAAM-HP accredited schools in St. Vincent have been recognized by the US Department of Education as accredited at a standard comparable to United States medical schools, as so governed by the LCME. Not only is Trinity School of Medicine one of those schools, it is the only CAAM-HP accredited school in the country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Trinity School of Medicine is located in the beautiful and safe tropical island nation of St Vincent and Grenadines, nested in the south of the Caribbean Islands. St Vincent being the major island, where Trinity campus is located, is well connected with the rest of the world with daily flights from New York, Miami, Toronto, London, etc and can be reached in approximately 2 hours flight from Miami, USA. Trinity SOM Campus is located just around 6 Kilometres away from the E T Joshua International Airport in the southern city of Kingston which is the capital city too.
Trinity SOM has been regarded as one of the best institutions in the Caribbean offering high standard of Medical and paramedical education at an incredibly affordable cost in comparison to the other Offshore Medical Schools in the Caribbean. Trinity’s Curriculum and Teaching methodologies have been derived from some of the Top US Medical schools and Visiting Faculty from many such US Medical Schools visit Trinity periodically to deliver Guest Lectures and provide students with useful academic insights. Trinity has an excellent track record in USMLE, MCI FMGE, PLAB and other licensing examinations with a success rate of over 90% consistently year after year.
The Biggest Key Strength of Trinity School of Medicine is the very experienced and professional Administration and Management team which has an extensive experience in Medical Education and Several Businesses in USA. The Key Administrators and Academic staff derive a vast experience having served in high positions in Top US Medical Schools.
Trinity SOM offers scholarships for deserving students from India and other developing countries, enabling them access to quality medical education at an affordable cost.
Dr W Douglas Skelton, MD serves as the Chancellor of Trinity SOM. Dr Skelton, Following graduation from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia and a psychiatric residency at Columbia in New York, Dr. Skelton returned to Emory where he was a full-time faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry.
During his Emory years he served as Chief of Psychiatry at Grady Hospital and then as Medical Director of the Georgia Mental Health Institute. From 1974 to 1980 he served Georgia as Director of Mental Health under Governor Jimmy Carter and as Commissioner of Health and Human Services for Governor George Busbee. He then returned to Emory as Professor and Vice Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry. He later assumed additional duties at Emory as Vice President for Government Relations of the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center. He served as a member of the National Advisory Mental Health Council during the Carter Administration.
Skelton served as Dean of the Mercer University School of Medicine from 1985 to 2002 and as Senior Vice President and Provost for Health Affairs from 2002 to 2004.
Mr Steven R Wilson, President and CEO of Trinity SOM has many years of experience leading businesses through the early stages of development and into maturity. He has served as President and CEO of several highly regarded institutions since 1980s.