Medical School Teaching Facilities

Ross University School of Medicine is committed to equipping our students with the resources they need to succeed, including leading-edge instructional technology and learning systems that enliven the medical school experience and aid our students in understanding and mastering medical concepts.

Students begin their journey to become physicians on the school's 36-acre campus in Dominica. The campus features technologically advanced facilities, including:

  • High-tech classrooms 
  • An internationally accredited Simulation Institute, where students leverage sophisticated computerized patient simulators to practice basic and diagnostic treatment skills
  • Technologically impressive laboratories for simulation learning and anatomy, including medical imaging capability
  • Extensive audiovisual and multimedia capabilities throughout the campus
  • Wireless Internet access throughout the campus 

Classrooms & Laboratories

All of the classrooms and laboratories are equipped with an array of high-resolution monitors connected to state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment and media players that are utilized by the faculty to enhance the teaching experience. All classroom computers are linked to the Learning Resource Center so that educational software can be accessed for teaching purposes.

Standard features for all new classrooms include large rear projection video display systems with additional plasma screen monitors offering a clear view of the teaching material for each seat in the classroom. New classrooms feature teleconferencing systems that provide learning opportunities to students both on and off campus in addition to wireless network access.

Campus facilities include:

  • 5 laboratories, including Anatomy, Behavioral Sciences, Microbiology, and Research Labs
  • 4 auditoriums, three seating approximately 300 students
  • 2 Learning Resource Centers
  • Patient examination rooms with A/V links to classrooms
  • Medical Library
  • Anatomy building for student demonstrations and video presentations
  • Anatomy laboratory allowing space for 36 cadavers, facilities for prosection and demonstration, video production and transmission
  • 4 emergency care simulators for cardiology and pharmacology
  • Nearly 200 computer stations throughout the academic buildings
  • Wireless capability on-campus
  • Bookstore