Upcoming Site Visits and Accreditation Requests

The following schools have submitted requests to the CAAM-HP for accreditation:

Medical Schools

  • American International Medical University (AIM-U) School of Medicine, St Lucia
    The process to accredit a new medical school, American International Medical University (AIM-U) School of Medicine, in Gros Islet in St Lucia has been initiated. CAAM-HP awaits the documentation.
  • American University of Antigua
    Located on the island of Antigua, CAAM-HP is still awaiting progress in the preparation of the institutional self study and education database.
  • American University of Barbados
    CAAM-HP awaits response to the issues identified.
  • Avalon University School of Medicine, Curacao Formerly Xavier University School of Medicine, Bonaire
    The Bonaire campus of Xavier University School of Medicine has been relocated to Curacao and now goes by the name Avalon University School of Medicine. A request for accreditation has been received and the documents are being reviewed.
  • Charleston University School of Medicine
    CAAM-HP awaits response to the issues identified.
  • Global University Schools of Medicine and Public Health (GU-MED)
    The CAAM-HP after careful examination of the reports determined that it could not grant initial provisional accreditation to the programme as major questions remain unanswered. The CAAM-HP therefore suggested that the proposal be rewritten to include response to the issues raised.
  • The University of the West Indies (UWI) School of Medicine
    Second full survey visit coming in 2012
  • University of Guyana
    Second full survey visit coming in 2012
  • Vanguard University School of Medicine
    The school is awaiting a site visit.
  • Weston University School of Medicine, Turks & Caicos Islands
    CAAM-HP is awaiting a response from the School.
























The Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and Other Health Professions (CAAM-HP) has been made aware of claims that its Standards are being used by other accreditation bodies to evaluate medical education programmes located in their countries.

CAAM-HP wishes to make it clear that such accreditation exercises CANNOT be interpreted to mean that the CAAM-HP has accredited or approved these programmes. The programmes assessed and accredited by the CAAM-HP, with its independent international mechanisms, are listed on CAAM-HP's web site.

Any further enquiries or uncertainty about the validity of accreditation exercises claiming the approval of CAAM-HP should be directed to the CAAM-HP Secretariat.

Dated: September 9, 2009