Dr. Joshua Ramjist, Cohort 10

“Much of what I did for changing the face value of the department came from what I learned in the MBA program. How I wanted us to be structured as an organization from a residency perspective stemmed from identifying leadership, establishing a chain of command, maintaining checks and balances, and applying the principles of leadership and management.”

Dr. Tyann Gabriel, Cohort 20

“The knowledge I gained from this MBA program has certainly helped me to understand the business aspect of General Practice which can seem daunting at times. I have no regrets and I strongly encourage anyone to enroll. I did not consider myself a business-minded individual before, but this program has helped me to identify my business-oriented skills and further develop my characteristics as a leader. Great opportunities have arisen including the prospect of having my own medical practice.”

Dr. Mondel George, Cohort 25

“I selected the MBA program with the goal of learning the essentials of properly operating the various aspects of Health Services. I was particularly aiming to develop my private medical practices, ‘Medical Home Visits’ & ‘AskMed’. My expectations were exceeded by the innovative, scientifical approach to healthcare services and business management. The program was structured to gradually transition us into all the various components of healthcare management including Marketing, Economics, Ethics and Accounting. After my first weeks of classes, I knew I made a great decision in choosing this particular program. I was able to implement the theoretical teachings and ideas from group projects into my medical businesses and witnessed instant improvement. I can now confidently review, analyze, manage and report on my business accounting efficiently. As I reflect presently, I can confidently declare that the MBA Program at St. George’s University has been the most valuable addition to my Medical Degree and Medical Practice so far.”


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The Department of Business and Management Studies

The Department of Business and Management Studies at St. George’s University has been awarded the status of Candidate for Accreditation by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11960 Quivira Road in Overland Park, Kansas, USA.

For a listing of the degrees eligible for accreditation, please view our IACBE member status page.