Trinity School of Medicine Receives Approval by Idaho Board of Medicine, Granted Permanent Waiver to “15 Year Minimum” Rule

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Trinity School of Medicine approved by Idaho Board of Medicine five years ahead of the state's fifteen year minimum.

The Idaho Board of Medicine granted Trinity School of Medicine “a permanent waiver of the Idaho International Medical School rules,” Allowing the school’s graduates to obtain residence licenses in the state.

Trinity School of Medicine went before the Idaho Board of Medicine to undergo an approval process and received that approval after a short hearing and vote.

Idaho has a fifteen year operation minimum for international schools. However, 2018 marks Trinity’s 10th year of operation. In light of the quality of the school and its reputation as evidenced during the hearing, the Idaho Board of Medicine granted Trinity School of Medicine “a permanent waiver of the Idaho International Medical School rules,” allowing the school’s graduates to obtain residence licenses in the state.

Trinity president Steve Wilson commented, “We’re grateful for the time and consideration provided to us ahead of schedule by the Idaho Board of Medicine.” He continued, “We’re also incredibly proud of our graduates continuing to help us open doors for current Trinity students following in their footsteps across the US and Canada. Each new approval or upgraded accreditation tells us that our goal of, providing a more affordable, higher quality option for medical students isn’t just possible, we’ve actually made it a reality.”

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