List of Accredited Medical Schools in the Caribbean as of March 2023
- All Saints University School of Medicine, Commonwealth of Dominica
- American University of Antigua College of Medicine, Antigua and Barbuda
- American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Sint Maarten
- Aureus University School of Medicine, Aruba
- Avalon University School of Medicine, Curacao
- Medical University of the Americas, Nevis
- Ross University School of Medicine, Barbados
- SABA University School of Medicine, SABA
- Saint James School of Medicine, Anguilla, Saint Vincent, and the Grenadines
- Spartan Health Sciences University School of Medicine, Saint Lucia (on probation)
- St George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada
- St. Matthew’s University School of Medicine, Cayman Islands
- Texila American University, Guyana
- Trinity Medical Sciences University School of Medicine, Saint Vincent, and the Grenadines
- University of Medicine and Health Sciences (UMHS), St. Kitts
- Windsor University School of Medicine. Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Xavier University School of Medicine, Aruba
- ECFMG-recognized accreditation policy begins in 2024.
- Initial reporting will be on Accreditation status in the World Directory and in the ECFMG status report.
- The report will be available to all students, USA Residency/fellowship program directors, Medical regulatory authorities, and others in 2024.
- The Recognized Accreditation Policy will continue to evolve at ECFMG’s sole discretion. The requirements of the policy are in addition to all other policies related to ECFMG Certification.
- USMLE is the qualifying exam to apply for Residency and practice in the USA.
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