Puerto Rico has two medical schools, the General San Juan Medical School (GSM) and the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico (PUPR), which both provide both medical and engineering degrees. I have taken classes at both schools for over ten years, and I have had some of my best medical school experiences during my time in medical school. The GSM is the smaller medical school, and the P.U.R. Polytechnic is slightly more prestigious.
I don’t mean to suggest you can’t even look up their address without looking up the name. You’re not alone. We have a number of different websites that we’ve been able to find that look like a school. I don’t think you have to be a doctor to have a look up the address (or the name), but if you’re there with your friends, you might have a better idea of where the school is.
Puerto Rico has a lot of medical schools, but few of them are actually accredited. It’s not like there are any big universities or anything in Puerto Rico, so you have to look at schools that have their accreditation pulled. When it comes to schools, Puerto Rico has some of the best universities in the world. However, they also have a lot of schools that aren’t accredited.
The main reason that I don’t like the school names is that they are so-called “education bodies,” so that can’t really be a problem.
Puerto Rico has many accredited colleges, not just medical schools. The main difference is that in the US, there are a lot of universities that are so-called “academia.” So there are a lot more universities here than in the US, but the accreditation of Puerto Rico’s medical schools is pretty solid. We’ll be looking at a bit more of the details about these schools in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for that.
Puerto Rico has a lot of hospitals and primary care clinics, but there is a lot more primary care in the US. So Puerto Rico also has a lot more primary care than the US. So how does Puerto Rico get its medical schools accredited? That’s a bit of a mystery, but there are some other differences. We’ve all heard of the medical school or medical school in another location, but the accreditation is usually based on the medical school itself.
Puerto Rico does have its own medical school, but it is not accredited. There are, however, a few accredited medical schools and hospitals in Puerto Rico (the ones that get accreditation from the American Academy of Pediatrics, for example). There are also many, many more primary care clinics.
The main thing is that there are so many of these schools in Puerto Rico that they are almost impossible to contact to see their students. The only way to get to them is to go to the hospital, and then the hospital could accept you for a visit, but the hospital is not accredited.
I have been to several hospitals in the US and found that they are generally fairly friendly, but I generally don’t feel like I can trust the hospital I am going to go to. They are not accredited, and they seem to be just trying to pretend to be accredited.
The good news is that the US is very liberal about getting medical students to the states so they can go abroad to study. The bad news is that the medical schools in Puerto Rico are so out of the way that you have to take a bus to get there. I would have liked to have seen a few of the schools in the US with a few doctors on staff. Maybe if they were staffed by the same kind of doctor that the US medical schools are, it would make it easier.