Thirty individuals have successfully graduated from the All Saints University of Medicine.
Speaking at the institution’s 38th white coat ceremony over the weekend, Dean of All Saint’s University of Medicine, Dr. Anzhelika Ivasenko highlighted that the students come from all over the world including Cameroon, Canada, Jamaica, Nigeria and the United States.
She congratulates the students and thanks them for making the All Saints University of Medicine their university of choice.
She stated, “All Saints University School of Medicine is a relatively young but an internationally-recognized and growing medical school. It was established in 2006 with the central mission to educate and produce compassionate, competent and socially-responsibly healthcare professionals who are capable of providing the best care possible to the global community and are able to assume leadership positions in their fields of specialities. Our graduates are now licensed physicians in Austria, Canada, Dominica, India, Ireland, Jamaica, Nigeria, St. Vincent, UK and USA.”