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MBBS Program(2 Years in Jamaica & 2 Years in USA)

All American Institute of Medical Sciences (AAIMS), Jamaica, W.I. – 4 Academic Years

Masters In Healthcare Administration Programs

Overview

The MBBS program in Jamaica gives you the opportunity to study and work in Jamaica and USA. Students are admitted into the 4 years MBBS program also known as MD program in Jamaica. Duration of Clinical Science program is 2 Years and the remaining 2 years are focused in Preclinical Science and their application to clinical medicine. Semester begin in January, May & September. Completing this program with good score opens your gates for USA, Australia and New Zealand.

Program Status Accepting Applications
Location Jamaica, W.I. and USA
Program Length 4 Years (2 Years in Jamaica & 2 Years in USA)
Examination Pattern Semester and USMLE Licensing
Application Fee $2,225*
Course Fee $39,600*
Enquire Now *Tuition fee is subject to change.

Admission Requirements

  • 10+2 (Medical)/BSc (Medical) 1st Year/Nursing 1st Year/B Pharm 1st Year
  • NEET cleared/Not cleared

MBBS Program

Starts with five 16-week semesters in Jamaica and sixth semester in Jamaica/USA. These first 2 years of curriculum focuses on courses in Basic Sciences and their application to clinical medicine. Semesters begin in January, May and September, and students can begin their studies in any semester. In addition to didactic lectures, lab work and problem based learning; students make community and hospital visits, practice history taking and physical examinations with patients in Clinical Simulation Training rooms on our basic sciences campus. Upon successfully completing five semesters, students are given intensive training to pass US Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE Step 1) in our sixth semester with an option to receive this training at our Jamaica campus or USA. Students are required to PASS USMLE Step 1 to enter into third year Clinical Sciences of MBBS Program. Clinical Sciences program will take place in years 3 and 4. In these years students will get training in the care and study of patients in Hospitals. The training comprises 96 weeks of clinical rotation in both core and elective subjects. Once required clinical rotations are completed, students are required to PASS USMLE Step 2CK and CS exams. After complete year 3 and 4, students graduate with MBBS degree and successfully passing USMLE Step 1, 2CK and CS graduates receive ECFMG certification that makes them eligible to participate in the Residency Matching Process in the USA.


Program Courses

The students who are admitted for the 4 year MBBS program attend the first two years Basic Sciences in Jamaica by attending didactic lectures, laboratory exercises, and community health and hospital visits. The two year program in Jamaica spans six (6) semesters as follows:

SEMESTER 1

SR. NO SUBJECT NAME Credit Hours
1 Human Anatomy I 04
2 Developmental Anatomy 03
3 Molecular Medicine 02
4 Cells and Tissues 02
5 Applied Biochemistry 03
6 Nutrition I 02
7 Communication Skills I 02
8 Practice of Medicine I 06

SEMESTER 2

SR. NO SUBJECT NAME Credit Hours
1 Neuroscience 04
2 Human Body and Disease I 06
3 Human Anatomy II 04
4 Medical Genetics 02
5 Practice of Medicine II 06
6 Complementary Medicine I 02

SEMESTER 3

SR. NO SUBJECT NAME Credit Hours
1 Immunology and Disease 04
2 Human Body and Disease II 10
3 Complementary Medicine II 02
4 Practice of Medicine III 08

SEMESTER 4

SR. NO SUBJECT NAME Credit Hours
1 Human Body and Disease III 12
2 Practice of Medicine IV 10
3 Nutrition II 02

SEMESTER 5

SR. NO SUBJECT NAME Credit Hours
1 Human Body and Disease IV 10
2 Psychiatry and Neuropharmacology 04
3 Practice of Medicine V 08
4 Communication Skills II 02

SEMESTER 6

SR. NO SUBJECT NAME Credit Hours
1 USMLE Step I Review: 14
2 Comprehensive Basic Sciences Examination USMLE Step 1 Examination 10

Clinical Sciences

The period of clinical clerkship will take place in years 3 and 4. During this period, students will become directly involved in the care and study of patients. The training comprises 80 weeks of clinical rotations in both core and elective departments.

SR. NO SUBJECT NAME Credit Hours
1 Internal medicine 12
2 12 Surgery
3 Family practice 06
4 Obstetrics & Gynecology 06
5 Pediatrics 06
6 Psychiatry 06


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Note: The elective rotations will revolve around the recommended areas: Dermatology, Family medicine, Radiology, Pathology, Ophthalmology, Infectious diseases, Neurology, Oncology, Cardiology, Nephrology, Emergency medicine, Rheumatology, Orthopedic surgery, Endocrinology, Gerontology, Anesthesiology, Allergy and Immunology.

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