All Press Releases for November 04, 2020

Trinity School of Medicine & Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Sign Articulation Agreement

Recognized Institutions Partner to Provide Qualified Students with a Pathway to Medical School

    ROSWELL, GA, November 04, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Trinity School of Medicine today announced a new partnership with University System of Georgia institution, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. This partnership will create a guaranteed pathway to an accredited medical school for Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) students seeking to become physicians.

Trinity School of Medicine President and CEO Steve Wilson says, "We are pleased to announce our recent partnership with Abraham Baldwin Agriculture College. This new partnership will help students in The Pre-professional track become practicing physicians, Together, we have developed a streamlined admissions process with automatic acceptance for ABAC students who meet the minimum required standards. Our partnership provides a clear path for ABAC students to achieve a challenging goal. It also provides a unique opportunity for students to gain valuable hands on global healthcare experience," added Mr. Wilson.

"ABAC students have been experiencing great success in graduate and professional programs. We are very excited about this new agreement with Trinity School of Medicine, which will help further enhance the post-graduation outcomes for ABAC students by helping open the door for students who aspire to become practicing physicians," says Dr. Matthew Anderson, Dean of ABAC's School of Arts and Sciences. "Rural areas in particular are facing a physician shortage. This new agreement will position qualified graduates from ABAC's Biology B.S., Pre-professional track to possibly help satisfy this need."

"We are very excited about the opportunity to provide qualified ABAC students guaranteed admission into medical school," says Sam Mahra, Regional Director of Admissions at Trinity School of Medicine. "I believe ABAC graduates who graduate from Trinity can have a profound impact by eventually practicing medicine in the rural communities they are from. Our collaboration not only provides opportunity, but access to a medical school education that allows ABAC graduates to secure competitive residencies across the U.S."

The benefits of this new partnership include.

• Guaranteed admission to an accredited medical school for qualified ABAC graduates
• Provide educational opportunities for colleges and their students located in smaller and rural communities
• Enhanced medical school admission guidance from Trinity School of Medicine staff

About Trinity Medical Sciences University
Trinity School of Medicine, is a highly recognized and accredited, international medical school located on the beautiful island of St. Vincent. Trinity holds itself to a special responsibility to train highly skilled physicians and to instill in them a passion and dedication to the health and welfare of the communities they will serve.

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Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is a State College within the University System of Georgia. ABAC's mission is to provide excellent education by engaging, teaching, coaching, mentoring, and providing relevant experiences that prepare the graduate for life.

Learn more about ABAC at

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