All Saints University School of Medicine Dominica is chartered and recognized by the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica. The University is authorized by the Government of Dominica to confer Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree upon its students who successfully complete all the graduation requirements of the University. Graduates of All Saints University are eligible to practice medicine in Dominica.
ECFMG Certification is required of all international medical graduates to be able to start medical residency training in the United States. The recognition of All Saints University by the ECFMG allows graduates of the University to be eligible for ECFMG Certification and participation in U.S. medical residency training programs. For further information regarding practice licence in the United States, the individual state licensing board may be contacted.
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 Examinations (MCCQE, Parts I and II ). These constitute a prerequisite for eligibility to apply for residency training and practice licence in Canada.
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (W.H.O.)
All Saints University School of Medicine, Dominica, is recognized by the World Health Organization. The University is 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.
“All Saints University is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools. The World Directory of Medical Schools has been developed through a partnership between the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) and the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) in collaboration with the World Health Organization and the University of Copenhagen. The World Directory provides a comprehensive compilation of the information previously contained in the IMED and Avicenna directories.” Click here to visit their website