For more than 20 years, Saba University School of Medicine has been turning dedicated students into Saba doctors. More than 2,500 Saba graduates now practice medicine across the U.S. and Canada, and their ongoing success has helped cement Saba’s reputation as a leading medical school.
In recent years, Saba University students have achieved a 99% USMLE Step One first-time pass rate, outpacing students at 89% of U.S. medical schools.
Saba University grads are extremely successful in the U.S. residency matching program, achieving residencies on a par with U.S. medical schools, higher than U.S. osteopathic schools and significantly higher than other international medical schools.
In Canada, where access to medical school is even more competitive than in the U.S., Saba has earned an equally strong reputation through large numbers of placements in the CaRMS. (To learn more, please visit our Canadian Applicants page.)
"I did a surgical ICU rotation at Bridgeport Hospital, which is affiliated with Yale University. That's where I’ll be headed for General Surgery."
—Rachel Haywood, MD
2015 Saba Graduate
Residency: General Surgery,
Yale-New Haven Hospital
Here are the results of recent residency matches for Saba University students: