The Medical School’s central mission is to educate and produce compassionate, competent and socially responsible healthcare professionals who are capable of providing the best care possible to the global community and are able to assume leadership position in their field of specialty.
The Medical School vision includes;
a) Community Engagement whereby students can engage in outreach programs to reduce health disparities in underserved populations.
b) Diversity in all its forms to enhance All Saints University core mission, with physicians being trained alongside colleagues from different social and cultural backgrounds to develop a broader understanding of the human condition.
c) Collaboration among faculty members to foster an atmosphere of interdepartmental relationship aimed at fulfilling the University mission.
a) Ensure that students are well grounded in Basic Medical Sciences to equip them with the knowledge and skills that could be deployed in scientific and clinical research into contemporary health problems and also to initiate research into the mystery surrounding health problems lacking a clear cut solution.
b) Ensure that students understand medicine within the framework of different social, economic and cultural situations.
c) Inculcate students of the University with problem solving, critical thinking, and clinical judgment skills.
d) Prepare students for Licensing Examinations, such as the United States Medical Licensing Examinations (USMLEs), Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE), the Caribbean Association of Medical Council (CAMC) Examination, Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board (PLAB) Test, etc. and also for smooth transition from predominantly classroom and laboratory –based preclinical component of the medical program to clinical clerkships in the hospital and residency training.
e) Produce graduates with strong moral and ethical basis for the practice of medicine.