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WMSI, St.Lucia

Who We Are

The Washington Medical Science Institute (WMSI) was established in early 2010 by Health City International (HCI), a health care company owned by Hayat Capital, a financial services company based in London, United Kingdom, for promoting medical research and educational projects in St. Lucia. The projects were decided to be developed in phases with research activity commencing immediately after the charter of WMSI. During the last 8 years HCI, the parent company has partnered with several national and international organizations to perform the research activities toward developing virtual health care delivery and lifestyle support applications to support the anticipated changes in medical practice and patient care in the future.

The first phase of the research involved creating a continuing medical education (CME) delivery system through dedicated web based virtual delivery modules in partnership with several physicians and community health facilities in St. Lucia. During the second phase the system was further developed to support primary healthcare delivery through block chain protocols which provided a secured platform for primary care delivery under peer to peer communication. This will also open the possibilities for future research in this platform. This phase further resulted in developing a block chain-based application, which was patented, and certificate of registration obtained from United States patent and Trade Mark Office (USPTO) during the early part of 2017.

The third phase focuses on medical education. At WMSI, the Academic programme was developed utilizing a unique integrated delivery and early clinical exposure. The application for accreditation was submitted in the month of July 2017 along with necessary accreditation fees and the feedback on the submitted documents was received on October 2017.

The Mission of WMSI

The mission of Washington Medical Science Institute (WMSI) is to prepare physicians to provide high quality care to patients and society with compassion, passion for knowledge, commitment, tolerance, utilising cost-effective high-end technology and dedication to life-long learning. The overarching goal of the Medical program is to provide a broad education in a culturally diverse environment.

WMSI plans to admit qualified students who best represent the mission of the institute and educate these individuals in an integrated manner to produce physicians with appropriate knowledge, skills, attitudes and biomedical scientists, dedicated to the care of health needs of society worldwide. Graduates of WMSI should be able to enter supervised residencies or internships, provide quality care and use self-directed learning skills to advance their medical practice and adapt to the changes in medical practice.

WMSI is being developed as a next generation medical school, with focus on an integrated system-based curriculum and early clinical exposure. The curriculum will utilize technology to support and develop student learning and preparation for practice in partnership with IBM and Vaasya tech among others. WMSI will also emphasize health humanities, social medicine and healthcare ethics. The highly qualified board of WMSI and financially sound parent company are committed to delivering quality medical education.

About the Parent company Health City International Incorporation (HCI Inc)

Health city is the brand owned by Hayat Capital, London, England. Hayat capital is a leading investment bank specialising in health care, wellness tourism and health IT. The vision of Health City is to create centers of excellence in the health and wellness domain. In St Lucia, Health city has established Washington Medical Science Institute (WMSI). WMSI with the support of its parent company is working in medical research and education.

Health city started its operation in St Lucia by donating dialysis systems to the people of St Lucia in 2010. Research at WMSI and Health City International projects are supported by Hayat Capital through its funding partners like Middle Eastern sovereign funds and other financing sources raised through stock exchanges in Europe. These sources are designated discounted funds that are available for health and education development in the developing countries. Health City has been developing and running its business in different countries with in the Caribbean region as a leading investor in medical education, healthcare, health research and health and wellness tourism.