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In compliance with Title IV and other Federal and Puerto Rico disclosure laws, a description of consumer information that is available is presented below with links to directly access the information. Prospective and current students may contact the office of the Associate Dean for Student Affairs for assistance in obtaining additional information or clarifying questions.

 

Financial Information

  1. Financial assistance available to students and requirements and restrictions imposed on Title IV aid:
    Financial aid programs available at the San Juan Bautista School of Medicine, including how a student applies for student aid,criteria used to select recipients and calculate needs.
    Additional information can be found on line at: Financial Aid
  2. Cost of attendance:

    COST OF ATTENDANCE

    MD Program

    Puerto Rico Resident

    Non-Resident

     

    Per Semester

    Per Year

    Per Semester

    Per Year

    Tuition and other Fees

    Tuition

    $11,750.00

    $23,500.00

    $15,500.00

    $31,000.00

    General Construction fee (per year)*

    $300.00

    $600.00

    $300.00

    $600.00

    Educational Materials (per year)*

    $600.00

    $1,200.00

    $600.00

    $1,200.00

    Library, Laboratories and Audiovisual Resources (per year)*

    $550.00

    $1,100.00

    $550.00

    $1,100.00

    Insurance for Civil Responsibility Premium (per year)**/***

    $550.00

    $550.00

    Medical Insurance (per year) **/***

    $1,974.80

    $1,974.80

    Disability Insurance (per year) **/***

    $76.80

    $76.80

    Graduation and Diploma ****

    $175.00

    $175.00

    ID Cards (per year)*

    $20.00

    $20.00

    Miscellaneous Fees

    Books, Supplies and Equipment

    $1,977.50

    $3,955.00

    $1,977.50

    $3,955.00

    Housing

    $6,187.50

    $12,375.00

    $6,187.50

    $12,375.00

    Meals

    $2,400.00

    $4,800.00

    $2,400.00

    $4,800.00

    Transportation

    $2,047.50

    $4,095.00

    $2,547.50

    $5,095.00

    Personal Expenses

    $1,600.00

    $3,200.00

    $1,600.00

    $3,200.00

    Total

    $30,033.60

    $57,445.60

    $34,284.10

    $65,946.60

    *Non-refundable upon withdrawal, **Non-refundable and may vary according to the insurance company, ***Pay in full at the registration of first semester, **** Only during the fourth year

    COST OF ATTENDANCE

    MPH Program

    Puerto Rico Resident

    Non-Resident

     

    Per Trimester

    Per Year

    Per Trimester

    Per Year

    Tuition and other Fees

    Tuition

    $1,450.00*

    $5,800.00*

    $1,812.50**

    $7,250.00**

    General Construction fee (per year)***

    $125.00

    $500.00

    $125.00

    $500.00

    Educational Materials (per year)***

    $50.00

    $200.00

    $50.00

    $200.00

    Library, Laboratories and Audiovisual Resources (per year)*

    $75.00

    $300.00

    $75.00

    $300.00

    Medical Insurance (per year)****/*****

    $1,974.00

    $1,974.00

    Disability Insurance (per year) ****/*****

    $76.80

    $76.80

    ID Cards (per year)*/****

    $15.00

    $15.00

    Graduation and Diploma*****

    $175.00

    $175.00

    Miscellaneous Fees

    Books, Supplies and Equipment

    $333.33

    $1,000.00

    $333.33

    $1,000.00

    Housing

    $1,925.000

    $7,700.00

    $1,925.000

    $7,700.00

    Meals

    $1,100.00

    $4,400.00

    $1,100.00

    $4,400.00

    Transportation

    $137.50

    $550.00

    $137.50

    $550.00

    Personal Expenses

    $200.00

    $800.00

    $200.00

    $800.00

    Total

    $7,461.63

    $23,265.80

    $7,824.13

    $24,765.80

    *Credit hour for Puerto Rico residents: $200.00, **Credit hour for non-residents: $250.00, ***Non-refundable cost , **** Pay in full at the registration of first semester, ******May vary, ***** Only during the second year

    COST OF ATTENDANCE

    BSN Program

    Puerto Rico Resident

    Non-Resident

     

    Per Semester

    Per Year

    Per Semester

    Per Year

    Tuition and other Fees

    Tuition

    $3,060.00

    $6,120.00

    $6,375.00

    $12,750.00

    General fee (ncludes infrastructure, library and audiovisual resources, per year)**

    $300.00

    $600.00

    $300.00

    $600.00

    Educational Materials & ATC

    $100.00

    $200.00

    $100.00

    $200.00

    Medical Insurance (per year) **

    $1,974.00

    $1,974.00

    Disability Insurance

    $76.80

    $76.80

    Insurance for Civil Responsibility Premium (per year)**

    $375.00

    $375.00

    ID Cards (per year)*

    $15.00

    $15.00

    Graduation and Diploma ****

    $175.00

    $175.00

    Miscellaneous Fees

    Books, Supplies and Equipment

    $623.50

    $1,247.00

    $623.50

    $1,247.00

    Meals

    $925.00

    $1,850.00

    $925.00

    $1,850.00

    Transportation

    $480.00

    $960.00

    $480.00

    $960.00

    Personal Expenses

    $400.00

    $800.00

    $400.00

    $800.00

    Total

    $8,329.30

    $14,217.80

    $11,644.30

    $20,847.80

    *Required for third year students, **Non-refundable cost, ***May vary, **** Only during the fourth year

  3. SJBSOM refund, return of Title IV funds, and withdrawal policy.
    The full policy can be found on line in here.

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General Institutional Information

  1. Academic programs offered:
    The San Juan Bautista School of Medicine (SJBSM) offers MD, MPH and BSN degrees. The MPH and BSN degrees have been created to reinforce the SJBSM's commitment with community health, and provide to future health professionals a variety of opportunities for multidisciplinary educational and service learning projects.
    The full information can be found on line in the following links:
    MD program
    MPH Program
    BSN Program
  2. Accreditation status:
    The SJBSM is accredited by the following agencies to award doctoral, masters, and baccalaureate degrees:
    • Puerto Rico Council on Education (www.ce.pr.gov) with the next authorization visit to take place during 2015-2016 academic year.
    • Middle States Commission on Higher Education (www.msche.org) with the next accreditation visit to take place during 2019-2020 academic year.
    • Liaison Committee on Medical Education (www.lcme.org), the medical program is accredited by the LCME with a next accreditation visit to take place during 2016-2017 academic year.
    • The SJBSM is also certified by the Puerto Rico Board of Licensing Physicians (www.salud.gov.pr/Programas/ORCPS/JLDMPR) to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.
  3. Crime statistics on campus:

    Annual Security Report

    Crime Offenses

    2010-2011

    2011-2012

    2012-2013

    2013-2014

    2014-2015

    Murders

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Forcible Rapes

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Burglary

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Aggrieved Assault

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Robbery

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Motor Vehicle Theft

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Arrest due to arms, drugs, or alcohol

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Arson

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Bomb Thread

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    Total

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

     

  4. Student Body Diversity

    San Juan Bautista School of Medicine – Fall Enrollment 2014

     

    Academic Program & Sex

     

    Totals by Race/ Ethnicity

     

    BSN

    MPH

    MD

    Sub-Total by Sex and Race/ Ethnicity

    Race/Ethnicity

    M

    F

    M

    F

    M

    F

    M

    F

     
    International

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Hispanic or Latino

    13

    25

    17

    35

    91

    120

    121

    180

    301

    Black or African American

    --

    --

    --

    --

    4

    1

    4

    1

    5

    White

    --

    --

    --

    --

    12

    3

    12

    3

    15

    American Indian or

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Alaskan Native

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Asian

    --

    --

    --

    --

    4

    3

    4

    3

    7

    Native Hawaiian

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Other Pacific Islander

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Two or more races

    --

    --

    --

    --

    6

    2

    6

    2

    8

    Race/Ethnicity Unknown

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Sub-Total by Program

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Sub-Totals by Sex And Program

    13

    25

    17

    35

    117

    129

    147

    189

    336

     

  5. Facilities and services available to disabled students:
    Buildings
    • Accessible entrances (ramps and wide doors)
    • Accessible restrooms
    • Each auditorium is equipped with wheelchair seating spaces, aisle seats with folding table
    • Accessible parking spaces and a path of travel from parking spaces to an accessible entrance
    Services
    • Student Programs Coordination Office – establishes accommodations and serves as a liaison between the student and faculty.
    • Classroom accommodations
    • Testing accommodations (extended time, and private, non-distracting environments)

       

    Reasonable Accommodation Program

    The Reasonable Accommodation Program promotes and ensures that no student with a documented disability is denied the benefits of, excluded from participation in, or otherwise subjected to discrimination under the educational programs and activities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (Section 504), and applicable state law.

    The student must request the reasonable accommodations needed as recommended by the appropriate professional. The Program Coordinator must verify whether or not a student has a documented disability that significantly impacts his/her ability to access educational programs, and in conjunction with the officers involved, will determine the appropriateness of a requested accommodation on an individualized basis. All medical records relating to student’s disabilities are kept confidential in a file separated from academic records.

    The non-approval of the accommodation requested by the student does not constitute discrimination when the approval fundamentally alters one of the following: the nature and/or requirements of the curriculum; the minimum performance standards and/or the accrediting agency standards of institutional programs. The institution is not required to make an accommodation that results in an undue expense for the institution.

    The Student Programs Coordination Office offers workshops on reasonable accommodations for our students and teaching staff.

    Equal Access to the San Juan Bautista School of Medicine

    The SJBSM has an institutional commitment to provide equal educational opportunities for qualified students with disabilities who apply for admission in any of its programs, or who are enrolled as students. The School offers equal opportunity in its program and services regardless, color, religion, marital status, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or veteran status. The School is committed to fully comply with local and federal laws and regulations, including the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, “qualified person with a disability” is an individual with a disability who meets the academic, and essential abilities and skills for admission or participation in the San Juan Bautista School of Medicine’s educational programs, with or without accommodations. As previously noted, admitted candidates with disabilities are reviewed individually, on a case-by-case basis, with a complete and careful consideration of all the skills, attitudes and attributes of each candidate to determine whether there are any reasonable accommodations or available options that would permit the candidate to satisfy the standards.

    An accommodation is not reasonable if it:

    • Causes a direct threat to the personal health or safety and/or to others;
    • Requires a substantial modification in an essential element of the curriculum;
    • Lowers academic standards;
    • Poses an undue administrative or financial burden.

    Except in rare circumstances, the use by the candidate of a third party (e.g., an intermediary) to perform any of the functions described in the Technical Standards for the MD Program would constitute an unacceptable substantial modification. The San Juan Bautista School of Medicine is committed to maintaining an educational environment that fosters respect for and sensibility to individual differences; promotes personal and professional development; gives all candidates the opportunity to succeed, regardless of ethnicity, gender or socioeconomic status.

    Procedure for student request of reasonable accommodation

    Diversity Statement

    The SJBSM shall provide equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment and seeks to attain a diverse learning environment through the recruitment, enrollment, hiring, and retention/graduation of students, faculty, and staff that reflects the current world.

  6. Policies surrounding satisfactory academic progress
    The full policy can be found on line in the following link: SAP
  7. Nondiscrimination Policy
    The full policy can be found on line in the following link: Nondiscrimination policy
  8. Harassment Policy
    The full policy can be found on line in the following link: Harassment policy
  9. Rights under FERPA
    The full policy can be found on line in the following link: FERPA
  10. Student Complaint Procedures

    PROCEDURE FOR FILING COMPLAINTS

    Article I: If a student considers that his rights have been violated, or an unfair action has been committed against him/her by any faculty member, or has any claim of an academic nature, he/she can channel their complaints through the Course Coordinator. If not satisfied with the decision taken, the student may appeal through the following channels: the Head of the Department, the Associate Dean of Biomedical Sciences, the Associate Dean of Clinical Sciences or the Academic Dean.

    Article II: Non-academic relations with institutional personnel If a student considers that his/her rights have been violated, or an unfair action has been committed against him/her by any institutional staff member in a nonacademic relationship, he/she may lodge a complaint to the Associate Dean of Student Affairs. The Associate Dean of Student Affairs shall investigate the allegations of the complaint. If the inquiry finds a possible violation of institutional rules, the Associate Dean of Student Affairs will refer the case to the attention of the Dean of Administration and Human Resources for prosecution of the case under the relevant regulations: Faculty Handbook, in the case of a faculty member, or Personnel Manual, if administrative.

    If the complaint is related to the use of drugs or alcohol, sexual harassment, discrimination based on race, color, age, sex, sexual preference, religion, nationality, marital status, physical appearance, political affiliation, disability, national origin or social condition, the complaint will be processed according to the regulations and guidelines available for these issues. In cases where there are no institutional regulations specified for some of these issues, the provisions of applicable law will govern.

    Requirements for Official Withdrawal

    Students who wish to withdraw from the San Juan Bautista School of Medicine must contact the Registrar’s Office, complete the withdrawal application, and follow the established procedures. The student must obtain the official signatures indicated on the application and return the completed application to the Registrar’s Office. Withdrawal will be considered effective on the date the completed application is received in the Registrar’s Office. Students who withdraw from the School must return the Identification Card and the Parking Card.

  11. Copyright Infringement Policies and Sanctions (Including Computer Use and File Sharing)

    The unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing, may subject students and faculty to civil and criminal liabilities. The Director of the Library/Resources Center and his staff are responsible for providing an orientation lecture on unauthorized use of copyrighted material to students and faculty members, at the beginning of the academic year and to monitor student and faculty’s conduct. The lecture covers the topics of copyright infringement policies and sanctions including the civil and criminal liabilities for unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including unauthorized peer-to-peer file sharing; possible penalties for violation of federal copyright laws, and disciplinary sanctions for using the institution’s information technology system.

  12. Student Code of Conduct:

    Code of Honor:
    The Code of Honor is an individual and collective commitment of all the students’ enrolled at the San Juan Bautista School of Medicine. This includes:

    Commitment to honesty and integrity with academic responsibilities, including examinations, reports, presentations, class work, group work, patients care, and others.

    Commitment to maintain at all times an integral, honest and respectful behavior according to the ethical and social coexistence norms, which include contact with professors, fellows students, patients, and administrative staff.

    Commitment to oversee that other student observes the Code of Honor.

    The Faculty manifests their commitment with Code of Honor, and the trust in the students’ honor, which facilitate the optimum conditions for its compliance.
    The Faculty will oversee that other members of the academic community observe violations to the Code of honor are among others:

    • Any way of plagiarism; both active and passive.
    • Breach of intellectual property.
    • Non-authorized help in the preparation of any academic assignment.
    • Verbal or physical violence against any member of the academic community and patients.
    • Violation of medical records.
    • Violation to the rules of medical ethics and respect to patients.
    • Complicity in the violation of the Code of honor.

    Academic Integrity:
    Your professional formation is exclusively your responsibility. An excellent physician is ethical, honest, professional and responsible in all the life acts. Plagiarism, cheating or falsification in exams and academic works represent a serious failure. This type of problem will be forwarded to the Chair of the Department, (if deemed necessary, to the Associate Dean of Academic Issues for Biomedical Sciences and/or the Associate Dean of Student Affairs for the respective disciplinary process, which may include: course failure, lowering of final grade, failure (F grade) assignment or project, suspension or expulsion from the School.

    • Cheating includes the actual giving or receiving of any unauthorized aid or assistance or the actual giving or receiving of any unfair advantage on any form of academic work, or attempts thereof.
    • Plagiarism includes the copying of the language, structure, programming, computer code, ideas, and/or thoughts of another and passing off the same as one's own original work, or attempts thereof. There are many ways of plagiarism. Plagiarism includes:
      • Copying - use of a text without indicating that you are using other individual’s words and phrases.
      • Paraphrasing - use of the argument, detail or meaning of a text without proper attribution.
      • Summarizing - use of summary of a text without appropriate attribution
      • Cobbling - putting together arguments from several sources without appropriate attribution to each source.
      • Collusion - working on assignments with other students (except group work) or submitting very similar assignments.
      • Falsification includes the statement of any untruth, either verbally or in writing, with respect to any circumstances relevant to one's academic work, or attempts thereof. Such acts include, but are not limited to, the forgery of official signatures; tampering with official records; fraudulently adding, deleting, or manipulating information on academic work, or fraudulently changing an examination or other academic work after the testing period or due date of the assignment.

    Details of all suspected violations of academic integrity will be reported in a memorandum to the President/Dean and to the Associate Dean of Students, through the Associate Dean Biomedical or Clinical Sciences.

  13. Written Arrangements With Other Universities:
    • Boston Children Hospital, MA
    • Brigham and Women’s Hospita, MAl
    • Caribbean Neurological Center, San Juan, PR
    • Centro Materno Infantil – University of Puerto Rico
    • Fundación de Investigación, San Juan, PR
    • Mennonite Hospital – Cayey, PR
    • Michigan State University, MI
    • Ponce School of Medicine, PR
    • Puerto Rico Comprehensive Cancer Center
    • Universidad Central del Caribe, Bayamon, PR
    • Universidad de Cantabria, Santander (Spain)
    • University of Colorado-Denver, CO
    • University of Puerto Rico - Humacao Campus
    • University of Puerto Rico -Rio Piedras Campus
    • University of Puerto Rico-Cayey Campus
    • University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences Campus

Health And Safety

  1. Alcohol and Controlled Substance Policy
    The full policy can be found on line in
  2. Vaccination Policies
    The full policy can be found on line in

Student Outcomes

  1. Retention and Graduation Data
    SJBSM Enrollment

    SJBSOM - Enrollment by Program

     

    Fall 2011

    Fall 2012

    Fall 2013

    Fall 2014

    Fall 2015

    Percent Change

    Measures

    MD

    MPH

    BSN

    MD

    MPH

    BSN

    MD

    MPH

    BSN

    MD

    MPH

    BSN

    MD

    MPH

    BSN

    MD

    MPH

    BSN

    Total Enrollment

    271

    36

    7

    206

    40

    16

    228

    40

    27

    232

    52

    38

    229

    44

    36

    -15.5%

    22.2%

    414%

    Percent Undergraduate Students

    2.2%

    6.1%

    9.2%

    11.8%

    13.18%

    11.8%

    First Year

    63

    36

    7

    59

    16

    16

    63

    26

    6

    63

    17

    19

    63

    28

    14

    0%

    -22.2%

    50%

    New Transfers

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    14

    --

    --

    7

    --

    --

    8

    --

    --

    4

    --

    --

    400%

     

    SJBSM Retention Data
    MD Program

    Cohort 2010

    Cohort 2011

    Cohort 2012

    Cohort 2013

    Cohort 2014

    Cohort 2015

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    3rd Year

    4th Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    3rd Year

    4th Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    3rd Year

    4th Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    3rd Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    1st Year

    64

    64

    50*

    40**

    63

    47***

    46

    36****

    59

    58

    56

    45*****

    63

    62

    62

    63

    62

    63

     

    100%

    78%

    84%

     

    75%

    98%

    80%

     

    98%

    97%

    91%

     

    98%

    100%

     

    98%

     

    *14 students transferred due to accreditation, **9 decelerate third year (pending Step 1 to be promoted to 4th year), ***17 students transferred due to accreditation, 2 students decelerate 2nd year, ****9 students decelerate 3rd year (pending Step 1 to be promoted to 4th year), *****12 students decelerated the third year

    MPH Program

    Cohort 2011

    Cohort 2012

    Cohort 2013

    Cohort 2014

    Cohort 2015

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    1st Year

    36

    24

    16

    14

    26

    20

    17

    16

    28

     

    67%

     

    88%

     

    77%

     

    94%

     

     

    BSN Program

    Cohort 2011

    Cohort 2012

    Cohort 2013

    Cohort 2014

    Cohort 2015

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    3rd Year

    4th Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    3rd Year

    4th Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    3rd Year

    1st Year

    2nd Year

    1st Year

    13

    5

    5

    4

    14

    10

    10

    2*

    16

    12

    8**

    18

    12

    9

     

    39%

    100%

    80%

     

    71%

    100%

       

    75%

    67%

     

    67%

     

    *5 students completed the program in 3 years, **5 students completed the program in 3 years

    SJBSM Graduation Data
    MD Program
     

    # of students Entered

    # Graduated in 4 years

    # Graduated in 5 Years

    # Graduated in 6 Years

    2005

    64

    57

    1

    0

    2006

    48

    42

    5

    0

    2007

    78

    59

    11

    3

    2008

    60*

    17

    17

    3

    2009

    63**

    20

    11

    --

    2010

    64***

    26(31))

    8

    --

    2011

    66****

    30

    --

    --

    *20, **17 students transferred due to accreditation, ***14 students transferred due to accreditation, ****16 students transferred due to accreditation

    MPH Program
     

    # of students Entered

    # Graduated in 2 years

    # Graduated in 3 Years

    2011

    36

    23

    1

    2012

    16

    14

    --

    2013

    26

    20

    --

     

    BSN Program
     

    # of students Entered

    # Graduated in 4 years

    # Graduated in 5 Years

    # Graduated in 6 Years

    2011

    10

    3

    --

    --

     

    Degrees Awarded By Level, Race/Ethnicity, And Sex, 2014-2015
     

    Bachelor’s

    Master’s

    MD’s

    Total

    M

    F

    All

    M

    F

    All

    M

    F

    All

    M

    F

    All

    American Indian or Alaskan Native

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Asian

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    1

    --

    1

    1

    --

    1

    Black

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    1

    1

    2

    1

    1

    2

    Hawaiian Native or Pacific Islander

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Hispanic – Any Race

    5

    4

    9

    12

    22

    34

    17

    27

    44

    34

    53

    87

    White or Caucasian

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    1

    --

    1

    1

    --

    1

    Two or More Races

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    1

    --

    1

    1

    --

    1

    Nonresident Alien

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Race/Ethnicity Unknown

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Total

    5

    4

    9

    12

    22

    34

    21

    28

    49

    38

    54

    91

     

    Degrees Awarded by Program, Five Year Comparison

    Program

    2010-2011

    2011-2012

    2012-2013

    2013-2014

    2014-2015

    BSN

    NA

    1

    1

    3

    9

    MPH

    NA

    1

    1

    22

    34

    MD

    21

    39

    38

    43

    49

    Total

    21

    41

    40

    68

    91

     

  2. Placement of Graduates
    MD. Program

    San Juan Bautista School of Medicine
    2015 - Specialty training of SJBSM graduates by program and clinical site

    Total graduates applying for residency position: 33
    Percentage matched: 82%

    Program

    Clinical Sites

    Internal Medicine (11) U South Florida COM-Tampa
    U Miami MSOM/Palm Beach Reg Campus-FL
    Univ of Puerto Rico (2)
    Eisenhower Medical Center-CA
    Hershey Med Ctr/Penn State-PA
    Texas Tech U Affil-Lubbock
    San Juan VA Med Ctr-PR
    Icahn SOM Beth Israel-NY (2)
    Rochester Gen Hosp-NY
    Child Neurology (1) U Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
    Psychiatry (2) Univ of Puerto Rico
    U Texas HSC-San Antonio
    Radiology-Diagnostic (3) U Florida COM-Jacksonville
    Emory Univ SOM-GA
    North Shore-LIJ Health Sys-NY
    General Surgery (1) Kendall Regional Med Ctr-FL
    Pathology (2) NYP Hosp-Weill Cornell Med Ctr-NY
    Thomas Jefferson Univ-PA
    Neurology (2) Hershey Med Ctr/Penn State-PA
    Transitional Year (5) U Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
    U Texas HSC-San Antonio
    San Juan City Hospital, San Juan-PR (2)
    Hosp Episcopal San Lucas-PR

    San Juan Bautista School of Medicine
    2014 - Specialty training of SJBSM graduates by program and clinical site

    Total graduates applying for residency position: 32
    Percentage matched: 91%

    Program

    Clinical Sites

    Family Medicine (2) University of Puerto Rico, San Juan-PR
    Jackson Memorial Hosp, Miami-FL
    Internal Medicine (10) NYP Hosp-Weill Cornell Med Ctr, New York-NY
    U South Florida COM-Tampa, FL
    Cooper University Hospital, Camden-NJ
    San Juan VA Med Ctr, San Juan-PR
    U Central Florida COM, Orlando-FL
    Hosp Episcopal San Lucas, Ponce-PR
    Virginia Commonwealth U Hlth Sys, Richmond- VA
    Rochester Gen Hosp, Rochester-NY
    U of Puerto Rico , San Juan-PR
    Texas Tech U Affil, El Paso-TX
    Pediatrics (3) University of Puerto Rico, San Juan-PR
    San Juan City Hospital, San Juan-PR (2)
    Psychiatry (4) Ponce School of Medicine, Ponce-PR
    Jackson Memorial Hosp, Miami-FL (2)
    U Florida COM-Shands Hosp, Gainesville-FL
    Radiology-Diagnostic (1) Bryn Mawr Hospital-PA, New York-NY
    General Surgery (1) Hosp Episcopal San Lucas, Ponce-PR
    Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (1) U Rochester/Strong Mem, Rochester-NY
    Transitional Year (3) Hospital Episcopal San Lucas, Ponce-PR (2)
    San Juan City Hospital, San Juan-PR
    Research Fellow (2) University of Puerto Rico, San Juan-PR
    Internship (2) HIMA Hospital, Caguas-PR
    Hospital Auxilio Mutuo, San Juan-PR

    San Juan Bautista School of Medicine
    2013 - Specialty training of SJBSM graduates by program and clinical site

    Total graduates applying for residency position: 32
    Percentage matched: 85%

    Program

    Clinical Sites

    Emergency Medicine (1) University of Puerto Rico, San Juan-PR
    Family Medicine (2) University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, Memphis-TN
    University of South Florida, College of Medicine, Tampa-FL
    Internal Medicine (6) University of South Florida, Tampa- FL
    Dwight Eisenhower Army Medical Center Fort Gordon, Augusta-GA
    University of Puerto Rico, San Juan-PR
    University of California Riverside School of Medicine, Riverside-CA
    University of Miami MSOM at FAU-JFK Medical Ctr, Lake Worth-FL
    Medicine-Preliminary (1) San Juan VA Med Ctr, San Juan-PR
    Neurology (2) U Texas Med Branch-Galveston
    Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans-LA
    Obstetrics & Gynecology (1) Hospital Episcopal San Lucas, Ponce-PR
    Pediatrics (6) University of Puerto Rico, San Juan-PR
    San Juan City Hospital, San Juan-PR
    Psychiatry (1) Ponce School of Medicine, Ponce-PR
    Radiology-Diagnostic (1) Winthrop University Hospital, New York-NY
    Surgery preliminary (1) University of Southern California, Santa Barbara, CA
    Transitional Year (5) Hospital Episcopal San Lucas, Ponce-PR

     

    MPH Program

    The MPH program has granted 24 degrees from 2012 to 2014. Two thirds of those graduates are currently employed by health related agencies and organizations, for example:

    • Puerto Rico Department of Health-Office of Environmental Health; Office of Epidemiology and Surveillance and Infection Control.
    • Private health insurance organizations
    • Puerto Rico Department of Education- Head Start Programs and Health Education

     

    BSN Program

    The BSN Program actually had 13 graduates’ students:

    Registered Nurse(3) Menonita Caguas Hospital, Caguas, PR
    Registered Nurse (1) Sierra Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
    Teacher (1) Adventist College, Mayaguez-PR
    Graduate Education (1) Osteopathic Medicine, Nova Southeastern University, Orlando, FL
    Board Preparation (6)

     

Student Athletes

The SJBSM does not have an official program in athletics nor does belong to national athletic association. However, students have the opportunity to play basketball, table tennis, volleyball at a campus sport facility and gym.

  1. Other institutional information including:
    Student Manual
    School Catalog

About Us

 

The San Juan Bautista School of Medicine

 

Private U.S. medical school, located in Caguas, Puerto Rico. It formally opened its doors in 1978.

 

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