The American International School of Medicine began in 1999 and has graduated over 350 medical doctors who are in specialty clinical and or training and or practicing medicine in the USA, Guyanna, UK, Pakistan, Trinidad & Tobago, and other countries worldwide. We focus in training physicians who can excel in patient-care research and education as a part of their professional development process. The American International School of Medicine has its main campus in Georgetown, Guyana, South America: and clinical training sites in Guyana, Canada, United States, and England. Our students participate in clinical rotations at hospitals in Guyana, UK (London), and the United States among other countries. Together, these facilities are geared to provide our students with the opportunity to learn and become involved with the most comprehensive health care facilities available in the world. AISM sets and maintains the highest standards that are comparable to those of major accredited institutions in the United States, Canada, and Europe. The curriculum is augmented to meer regional needs by the introduction of lecture programs in nutrition, epidemiology and preventive medicine, as well as tropical medicine.
We take pride in carrying out the mission of the school – to educate future physicians, and foster their capacity to make discoveries and lead innovation in the science and practice of medicine. Our curriculum enhances your opportunities for clinical practice as we prepare you to become exceptional physicians.
RECOGNITION/REGISTRATIONAISM is listed with the W.H.O. (World Health Organization), hence, our graduates are eligible for certification in Guyana, Canada, UK, and United States of America. AISM is registered with the National Accreditation Council of Guyana. AISM students are eligible for ECFMG certification (after achieving passing scores on the USMLE STEP I/ STEP II, Clinical Sills and Clinical Knowledge) in United States. The Government of Guyana recognizes the Medical Degree and graduates who pass the USMLE STEPS 1 & 2 are eligible for internship and certification by the General Medical Council. Students are also eligible to apply to the General Medical Council in the UK for GMC registration and license to practice after completion of the PLAB examination.
- Graduated over 380 doctors who currently practice medicine in USA, India, UK, Guyana, Trinidad, Tanzania, Pakistan and other countries.
- Over 85% passes in USMLE and 95% passes in PLAB.
- The campus in Guyana has the latest in educational technology and students enjoy wireless internet capability anywhere on campus.
- Our clinical portion of the program is conducted in USA, India, UK, Canada and Guyana.
- AISM starts 3 classes a year in January, May and September.
- Our admission process is centered around finding applicants who will excel in our program and who takes the medical profession seriously.
- AISM accepts qualified Clinical Transfer Students into the MD Program.
The American International School of Medicine, Guyana is proud to be affiliates and members of the following esteemed organizations:
AISM is recognized by the Department of Education Via registration with the National Accreditation Council of Guyana.
AISM is recognized as per Medical Council of India Act 1956 Section 13 (4A) & (4B). Students are required to apply for Eligibility Certificate before joining classes and to take the screening test conducted by the Medical council of India after completion of the medical program.
AISM is listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED). This is an accurate and up-to-date compilation of International Medical Schools recognized by the appropriate government agency in the medical school’s respective country. Recognition by the ECFMG depends direcly on whether or not the school is listed in this directory.
American International School of Medicine (AISM) is listed in the World Health Organizartion – The AVICENNA Directories, which is a publicly accessible database of schools, colleges and universities for education of academic professions in health.
American International School of Medicine is excited to partner with Walden University; a U.S. regionally accredited online university, to offer concurrent enrollment opportunities to pre-med and medical students. The concurrent enrollment model allows students to pursue a second degree that complements their clinical training and prepares them for the highly competitive residency match process by enhancing their academic credentials and developing their professional perspective. Walden University has an established track record of concurrent enrollment success on the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree levels with dedicated support to allow students to succeed in both programs. The concurrent enrollment model provides the structure to master time management. Walden programs can help you develop critical and creative thinking skills required to be successful in the healthcare field. Walden concurrent curriculum will enhance your understanding of the evolving healthcare delivery system, both in the U.S. and abroad. Medical students require a sound understanding of administrative policy and practices to administer care both effectively and efficiently in a rapidly changing environment. The concurrent enrollment model cultivates disciplined students who are equipped with the skill set to be future healthcare industry leaders. – Download A Brochure to Learn More – Download the Curriculum for the Pre-Med Program