Trinity School of Medicine

The Best Alternative to U.S. and
Canadian Medical Schools

EXCELLENCE IN MEDICAL EDUCATION

Why Choose Trinity?

Ranked at the top among the best Caribbean medical schools, Trinity School of Medicine prides itself on providing a rigorous medical education in a personalized, supportive environment.

 

Located on the beautiful island of St. Vincent in the Caribbean, Trinity offers fully accredited academic programs to some of the best future doctors around the world. After 16 months of comprehensive study in the Grenadines, Trinity students prepare for Step 1 and receive their clinical training in the U.S., in one location, providing them with the skills and experience they need to confidently compete for the residency of their choice.

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The Trinity Advantage

With so many choices of Caribbean medical schools, we know that choosing the right school for you can feel daunting. Trinity offers many benefits that other schools simply can’t match.

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The Trinity Advantage

With so many choices of Caribbean medical schools, we know that choosing the right school for you can feel daunting. Trinity offers many benefits that other schools simply can’t match.

Excellence in Medical Education

Your Mission, Our Purpose.

The founders of Trinity set out to build a top-quality medical school recognized for excellence among all medical schools. We achieve that excellence through the personal investment we make in each student who enters our school, starting from the admissions process and continuing through their academic and clinical studies, residencies, and medical practice. U.S. and Canadian residency directors recognize the quality of Trinity graduates, who continue to secure top-choice residencies in the national annual match programs.

 

Our personal approach to education and investment in the long-term success of our graduates provide our students with an unparalleled experience. Trinity School of Medicine students are inspired by science and deeply committed to service — that passion is what drives us to deliver the best education and student experience that any Caribbean medical school has to offer.

Partnerships and Affiliations

Alumni Spotlights

Dr. Maye Mohamed & Dr. Nada Mohamed

Dr. Maye Mohamed & Dr. Nada Mohamed

According to a recent study in Sweden, being born into a family where one or both parents are physicians greatly increases the likelihood that the children will also become physicians. For doctors and sisters Maye and Nada Mohamed, that certainly rings true. Both Dr. Maye Mohamed and Dr. Nada Mohamed are graduates of Trinity and we recently had the pleasure of sitting down with them to talk about their experiences as students, graduates, and healthcare providers.

Dr. Kyle Humphrey

Dr. Kyle Humphrey

At a recent White Coat Ceremony, Dr. Humphrey gave a testament to how Trinity shaped him into the physician he is today, saying “I was able to achieve my dream career goals through Trinity. I went to a top internal medicine academic institution and one of the top infectious disease programs in the US, especially in tropical medicine research."

Dr. Brielle Cartwright

Dr. Brielle Cartwright

When we asked Dr. Brielle Cartwright what inspired her to go into medicine, she said the answer was simple: "Wanting to advocate for mental health patients who cannot advocate for themselves." Now, as a Psychiatrist, she works hard to help her patients maintain their mental and emotional stability and provide an underserved population with the care they deserve.

Dr. Anitesh Jaswal

Dr. Anitesh Jaswal

This Alumni Spotlight features Dr. Anitesh Jaswal. Of his career in medicine, Dr. Jaswal says, "“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. Meghan Pillai

Dr. Meghan Pillai

This edition of our alumni spotlight shines a bright light on Dr. Meghan Pillai. Hailing from the eastern end of Long Island (the North Fork), Pillai has spent plenty of time in the northeast. She attended Boston University, earning a B.S. in Business Management. With a knack for numbers, Meghan wasn't done adding to her higher-level education. She went on to Harvard University, earning a master's in Business Administration. Pillai's innate drive to know more, coupled with her desire to help others, eventually led her to pursue a medical career. Attending both undergraduate and graduate school in the northeast, attending a Caribbean medical offered more than just a beautiful backdrop to study medicine. Dr. Pillai is now in her 3rd year of residency, close to home, in New Jersey.

Dr. Allison Laffoon

Dr. Allison Laffoon

In this edition of our alumni spotlight, we are proud to showcase Dr. Allison Laffoon. Dr. Laffoon's desire for medicine was sparked when her younger brother was diagnosed with severe autism when he was just 5-years-old. She recalls the countless doctors' appointments, tests, and other factors that eventually led to her brother's diagnosis. Her interest in medicine stems from these experiences as a young child. Laffoon attended the University of Iowa and received her MD from Trinity in 2018. She is now a general surgery resident at the University of Texas Health - San Antonio.

Online Events


Jan11

Preparing for Med School Interviews

Join us on January 11th at 5:30PM PST/8:30PM EST to learn how to ace your med school interviews! No matter how great your application looks on paper, the interview portion of the medical school admissions process is what sets you apart from the competition. Join Director of Admissions Lisa Miller as she goes through the process of preparing for your interviews and the most important questions you will want to practice. Register Here

Nov30

From an Insider – Ask a 5th Term Student

Join us on November 30th at 5:30PM PST/8:30PM EST for the next webinar in our "From an Insider" series, where we'll be speaking with a current 5th term student. At Trinity, the 5th term is known as the clinical transition term — this is the term in between the basic science and the clinical rotation terms. The clinical transition term is also the time during which students review all the material learned during their time in St. Vincent in preparation for the USMLE Step 1 Exam. Topics will include how Trinity prepares students for success on their Step exam, student support and resources, and life in Warner Robins, Georgia. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask their own questions live! Register Here

Jan31

Preparing Your Med School Application

Join us on January 31st at 5:30PM PST/8:30PM EST to learn how to prepare a med school application that will impress admissions committees. Topics of discussion will include choosing which schools to apply to, preparing for the MCAT, crafting your personal statement, and more. Join Director of Admissions Lisa Miller as she goes through the process of applying to medical school and how to make your dream of becoming a U.S.-practicing physician a reality. Register Here

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Our Partnership with St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Trinity is proud to have received unwavering support from the late Sir Frederick Ballantyne, former Governor-General of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. An incredibly accomplished physician, Dr. Ballantyne worked with the founders of Trinity to not only develop a high-quality medical education institution, but also a university that would become involved in the improvement of health services for the people of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. We keep his legacy at the heart of our mission.

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