Caribbean MD Program

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About Our Caribbean MD Program

Becoming a Doctor of Medicine

The Doctor of Medicine (MD) program is designed to offer Trinity students an affordable, hands-on, and individualized education with the necessary training and knowledge to prepare them to serve their communities as leaders in the healthcare system. 

Trinity School of Medicine is building a tradition of excellence with its rigorous academic programs and dedicated, engaged faculty. Trinity is known for an educational environment that focuses on student outcomes above all other concerns. The academic success of Trinity’s students is critical to achieving our mission, which is why our student learning approach is at the forefront of our academic model.


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MD Program Specifics

Admissions Requirements

A minimum of 90 credit hours (or equivalent) is required from a regionally accredited undergraduate institution and the completion of the required courses below prior to matriculation:

  • Biology – one academic year or equivalent. Advanced placement credits can be used to satisfy this requirement
  • General/Inorganic Chemistry – one academic year or equivalent.
  • Organic Chemistry  – one semester. Biochemistry / Molecular Biology / Genetics may be substituted for organic chemistry. 
  • Mathematics – one semester of college-level mathematics, calculus, or statistics highly recommended.
  • English – any non-science courses that involve expository writing will satisfy this requirement.
  • Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) scores are required for U.S. applicants (and strongly encouraged for all applicants).

Program Advantages

  • Clinical exposure starts the first month of the degree program and continues throughout all terms. These experiences provide a strong foundation for the development of patient interaction skills required during the clinical portion of a student’s education.
  • The faculty at Trinity School of Medicine are highly-qualified credentialed educators who are passionate about teaching.
  • We provide a low student-to-faculty ratio, a non-competitive environment, and supportive faculty, allowing students to focus on what’s most important for their success.
  • Students receive specialized support from the Academic Counseling Team (ACT), a group composed of members of the faculty, student advisors, and the Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs. The goal of the ACT is to provide support and promote effective solutions for student success.

Defined Program Objectives

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Each course has learning objectives and includes a plan that will guide students through mastery of those objectives, including:

  • The use of appropriate assessment tools to ensure students meet the required objectives.
  • Exams that assess student preparation, participation, critical thinking skills, and knowledge application.
  • Evaluation through various formats that assess each student’s capabilities to demonstrate problem-solving skills and professional conduct.
  • Successful education and application of the required principles to prepare each student to be successful, caring, and compassionate physicians.

MD Program Timeline

Trinity Medical School MD timeline

“Trinity not only prepared me for residency, but also prepared me to be a proactive, diligent doctor who advocates for my patients.”



Why Trinity? History of Success

Trinity is the one medical school that holds your success as its core mission. 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. Trinity’s success is built on a strong foundation of student focus and support. Students are provided opportunities to grow and excel and, with faculty and peer support, they achieve successful outcomes. In the most important measurement of success, our graduates have a 94% residency placement rate.


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Becoming an MD

Clinical Transition Term

Trinity’s clinical sciences program, which encompasses Terms 5 through 10, provides students with an immersion into clinical medicine in both hospital and physician practice settings. This portion of students’ clinical education is provided in partnership with the Houston Healthcare system in central Georgia. Houston facilities include two fully accredited acute care medical facilities, Houston Medical Center and Perry Hospital, as well as the Houston Healthcare Pavilion in Warner Robins, Georgia. The Houston Healthcare Pavilion is where the residency program resides along with physician offices, conference rooms, and training facilities for medical students. Here, Trinity students preparing for and engaged in clerkships benefit from a dedicated learning center, complete with access to clinical tutorials and individual and group study spaces.


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The Trinity Difference

Our Core Values in Our Caribbean MD Program

We achieve 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.


Unwavering adherence to professional and ethical conduct.

Respect and Honesty

Conducting ourselves in a manner that respects the value of each individual.


Demonstrating mastery of the skills of one’s profession or vocation.


Showing empathy and concern for the well-being of others.

Striving for Success

Performing at the highest level possible.


Offering our talents and skill toward the betterment of our communities.


Working together and respecting each other’s contributions.

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