San Juan Bautista School of Medicine

A community-based medical education providing quality medical and healthcare education for the 21st century.

About Us

Academic Programs

Medical Doctor Program

Designed to offer an updated, interdisciplinary, and service-oriented academic program leading to the medical doctor (M.D.) degree.

Program Overview Request Information

Master of Physician Assistant Studies

Physician Assistants are licensed medical professionals who holds an advanced degree and can provide direct patient care. They work with patients in all specialty and primary care areas, diagnosing and treating common illnesses, prescribing medications, and performing procedures.

Program Overview Request Information

Master in Public Health

Emphasizes on the study of the aspects of community and population health. It comprises the major aspects of population health and the strategies for community health promotion and disease prevention.

Program Overview Request Information

Nursing Program

Bachelor’s Degree in Science of Nursing (BSN) is a 4 year bilingual program that includes theory and practice.

Program Overview Request Information

Doctorate Degree in Nursing Practice Program

Doctorate Degree in Nursing Practice (DNP) is a 3.5-year evening program. The program is focused on prevention, promotion, and maintenance of good health.

Program Overview Request Information
98% *2022 USMLE Step 1 First Time Passing
100% *2022 USMLE Step CK First Time Passing
93% *2024 Match
81% *2023 PANCE First Time Passing
100% *2023 Nursing Board First Time Passing Rate

Research in SJBSM

San Juan Bautista School of Medicine has a strong commitment to promoting research in the biomedical, behavioral, epidemiology and clinical sciences. Our institution has biomedical laboratories and clinical research facilities with equipment for the active development of scientific projects and clinical trials.

San Juan Bautista School of Medicine also has a compromise with our community by developing research that will improve access to health services and the overall population health and well-being.

Learn More About Our Research