Classrooms. All classrooms have audio-visual aids and internet connection
The University campus consists of a modern multi-million dollar medical school complex. After many years of planning, construction was completed in August, 1997. Every class has dedicated auditorium with modern audio-visual aids and strategically position around the central administrative block. This block contains a conference room as well as administrative offices. The entire University complex is fully air-conditioned.
There is a separate facility for the Anatomy and Histology laboratory that includes dissection room and cadaver storage facility.
Gross Anatomy dissection laboratory
A designated self glass-walled study area and the library are specially designed and located on the second floor of the building. It has a spectacular view of the surrounding green landscape, the Caribbean Sea and the island of St Vincent. There is a small discussion groups study areas and computers section with Internet facilities open from 6am till 12am. The area is covered by wireless internet access to facilitate the students’ studies and for online medical information and journals.
|Library: Self-study Section||Library: Group Discussion Section|
Library Reference Section
Indoor Games Area
There is a designated student recreation area with a stage that serves dual action. Most of the time is used for students to relax and play games after long study hours. During University events or when is transformed to a large auditorium with 250 seats.
|Fooseball Table||Pool Table|
The University has its own electrical generator and a 46,500 gallon underground water tank to be self-sufficient for emergencies. The recreational and sporting facilities were completed for the student's use in June, 2000.
Outdoor Sports Ground
|Tennis Court||Basket Ball Court|
|Volleyball Court||Weight lifting competition|
Clinic: Facility is used for practical classes of physical diagnosis. It also serves as a facility to provide free medical care to students, staff, and Faculties by a local doctor contacted by the University