The All Saints University School of Medicine says the School is here to stay
Registrar at the All Saints University School of Medicine David Abioden has said the School is here to stay.
All Saints University, which began operation in Dominica in 2005, lost many of its students to other Caribbean islands in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in 2017.
The School held its 38th white coat ceremony at the weekend and Abioden said they are bouncing back at a satisfactory pace.
The School’s population is about 300, from the 700 which existed before Hurricane Maria.