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All Saints University School of Medicine Dominica

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All Saints University of Medicine MD Degree students follow the MD Degree program in the city of Roseau, Dominica. The current structure, located in Roseau, is a temporary site, with permanent structures to be constructed in Grand Bay within the next three years.  

Our faculty members are fully qualified and of very high caliber. MD Basic science professors possess either an MD degree or a PhD. Classrooms are equipped with high tech educational equipment, in order to fully facilitate the professors in providing an exceptional standard of teaching.  

The Library supports teaching and learning at the University by providing easily accessible informational resources and services. Individual cubicle study areas are provided inside the library and are designated as "Quiet Study" spots, away from the 'Group Study' hall. Computers are provided for academic use. Free wireless internet is available in the library and designated study areas. 

Human Gross Anatomy is fundamental to medical education and provides one of the most basic foundations for medical practice. Cadavers are available for dissection at the University in the Anatomy Lab. Laboratory sessions provide students with hands-on experience in dissecting the human body and serve to strengthen the lecture component.  isto/path labs are also well equipped with hi tech equipment, models, microscopes and histology slides.

Security is available on campus for student safety. Free Wireless internet access is available throughout the campus for students. 

The modern on-campus cafeteria provides a variety of food and refreshment options. There is a lounge area and gym room for students to relax or work out. All Saints also has its own bus service for students at a lesser cost than public transportation - you will be transported directly from your residence to campus and back.

Housing
Houses, apartments and rooms belonging to the local community are available for students to rent. The housing coordinator of the school makes all necessary arrangements to accommodate students upon their arrival in Dominica. 

Accreditation

DOMINICA
All Saints University School of Medicine Dominica, is chartered and recognized by the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica. The University is authorized to confer Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree on its successful candidates. All Saints University graduates are also eligible to practise medicine in Dominica, provided they satisfy all the licensing requirements of the Ministry of Health of Dominica.

United States
All Saints University School of Medicine, Dominica (ASUSM, Dominica) is listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) and recognized by ECFMG / FAIMER. Graduates are eligible to sit for United States Medical Licensure Examinations (USMLEs).

ECFMG Certification is required of all international medical graduates to be able to start medical residency training in the United States. All Saints University recognition by the ECFMG enables the University graduates to be eligible for ECFMG Certification and participation in U.S. medical residency training programs.

Canada
All Saints University School of Medicine, Dominica is recognized by the Medical Council of Canada (MCC). Consequently, graduates of the University are eligible to sit for Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE)  and Medical Council of Canada (MCC) Qualifying Examination Parts I and II (MCCQE). These constitute a prerequisite for eligibility to apply for residency training and practice licence in Canada. 

The World Health Organization (WHO)
All Saints University School of Medicine, Dominica, is recognized by the World Health Organization. The University listed in the AVICENNA/ WHO directory of medical schools. This recognition affords graduates of All Saints University, Dominica to be eligible to apply for practice licence in UN -member states.  

Programs

There are three programs for students to follow at the university:

4 Year MD Program

The 4 Year MD program is for students who have completed a Bachelor's Degree or have completed the premedical requirements which normally consist of 
Biology - 90 semester hours
Chemistry - 90 semester hours
Physics - 90 semester hours
together with Math, English, and Humanities studies. The program is conducted in the Commonwealth of Dominica.
This program can be completed in 3 Years 4 Months. Candidates who have completed a Bachelor Degree or a premedical program are elgible for admission into the MD Degree Program.
The Premedical Program normally consists of 90 semester hours each of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. This also includes College level courses in Mathematics, English and Humanities.

The 5 Year MD Program

The five year MD program is designed to cater to high school graduates intending to obtain a MD Degree. This requires additional 4 semesters to complete the Premedical Program highlighted above. Students study for an additional 2 years to fulfill the 90 semester hour requirement in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English and Math  (4 semesters). Once these 4 semesters are successfully completed, students move on to complete the Basic Science (pre-clinical) portion of the program which consists of the remainder 4 Years . 

BSc. Medical Science Program

All Saints University of Medicine conducts Bachelor of Medical Science Degree programs with three specialty categories. Students are given the option to choose one of the following specialties.

1. Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
2. Pharmaceutical Technology
3. Laboratory Medicine 

Eligiblity for BSc. Medical Science Program 

- Completion of High School (Grade 12)
- Enrollment in the 5 Year MD Degree program
- Successful completion of the Pre-Medical program of ASUM
- Successful completion of the Basic Medical Science Program
- Satisfactory completion of Introduction to Laboratory Medicine and Research

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