TAU is now affiliated with more hospitals in Guyana for Clinical Rotations

Texila American University is now affiliated with different other hospitals in Guyana for Clinical Rotations for the medical students. Initially affiliated with Georgetown Public Hospital (600 bedded) which is one of the oldest and largest Hospitals in Guyana, TAU has added to its list the following hospitals as affiliated hospitals for the students to pursue Clinical Rotations.

  • St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
  • New Amsterdam Hospital
  • West Demerara Regional Hospital

St. Joseph Mercy Hospital as a premier health care facility is committed to providing quality services to all in Guyana with a spirit of compassion, commitment and professionalism.

 St. Joseph Mercy Hospital

New Amsterdam Hospital, Guyana is an outstanding example of timber architecture, 149 bedded, and one of the two surviving architectural masterpieces.

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West Demerara Regional Hospital (WDRH) is a 262 bedded hospital that serves as the referral hospital in Region Three, offering medical service to thousands of people residing on the West Coast.

West Demerara Regional Hospital

With more hospitals being affiliated with TAU, one of the best Caribbean Medical Schools, students pursuing Doctor of Medicine programs get a wider chance to pursue Clinical Rotations in Guyana at affordable costs.

Texila American University is taking a leap to Brasilia, Brazil: (August 18-21, 2015)

Now it’s time to stop over for Brasilia, Brazil, as Texila American University, one among the best Caribbean Medical Schools located in Guyana, South America,  is taking off a journey which is geared towards Academic Excellence, breaking life-long learning barriers nation to nation, across the globe!

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Taking advantage of the flight from Georgetown to Brasilia via Panama and Sao Paolo is just one of the entry options. But never is far for Texila American University!! But aside from the distance, there is something else to struggle because arriving at the destination requires a Portuguese tongue. But again, never is impossible for Texila American University.

First, Texila American University Registrar, Mr. Julius Escalante Romarate carried on to pay a courtesy visit to the Headquarters of the Philippines Embassy to Brasilia, Brazil. Following, highlights the interaction with the Third Secretary and Vice Consul-Eric P. Villanueva and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary-His Excellency (H.E.) Mr. Jose Dela Rosa Burgos.

The discussion was aroused on the positioning of one of the Clinical Rotations to the Philippines as part of the milestone of Texila American University to be Global…AND THE JOURNEY CONTINUES ON AND ON…and almost missed out; Brasilia is a Beautiful City with very warm people

TAU Signed an MOU with Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital, Gambia

Texila American University (TAU), one among the best Caribbean Medical Schools has signed an MOU with the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital, Gambia, for Clinical Rotations.  TAU Offers the Doctor of Medicine Programs in its campus in Guyana.


Texila American University has signed an MOU with Edward Francis Small Teachers Hospital in Gambia so that it would be reliable for the African students to pursue       Clinical Rotations upon completion of the Pre-clinical studies.

TAU offers a great opportunity for the students to get enrolled for its Doctor of Medicine and Nursing Programs and to join the students from over 35+ countries for its various verticals.

Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital (Formerly Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH)) was built in the 1890s by the British, who also provided funds for a substantial uplift in facilities in 1953 to coincide with the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. This provided many of the buildings that make up the hospital today.

The main referral hospital in the country, the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital, recently named after a pioneer of the struggle for self-determination and Independence. Hospital has 540 beds, clinical facilities available for the student training throughout the country. Average number of patients treated daily 648 and No. of Out-Patient Appointments is over 155,684.

The biggest two Departments are Pediatrics and Obstetrics and Gynecology (including Maternity). The hospital also provides Mental Health Services, and has an Infectious Diseases Hospital, as well as a Polyclinic that looks after the Primary Healthcare needs of most people in Banjul.

Admission Closes for September 2015 Intake

Texila American University, one of the best Caribbean Medical Schools Closes the Admission for September 2015 Intake for its Medicine and Nursing Programs.

Program Details:

  • Doctor of Medicine (MD) – 4 Years for Associate Degree Holders &
  • Bachelor of Science & Doctor of Medicine (BSMD) – 5.5 years for the School Graduates

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Moreover Nursing programs are also offered in the campus in Guyana.

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) – 4 Years for Secondary School Graduate &
  • RN to BSN Program – 2 Years for Registered Nurses

TAU is recognized by National Accreditation Council of Guyana (NAC) and is a WHO Listed University. For the Medicine and Nursing programs, there are three intakes in a year: January, March and September.

Moreover Post Graduate programs as well as Work Integrated Blended Learning Programs are also offered by Texila American University in partnership with the University Of Central Nicaragua (UCN).

More details will be updated in the Website: https://www.tauedu.org