Caucasus University School of Medicine and Healthcare Management has been in operation since 2012, and 91% of its graduates are in positions of leadership in their fields.
We provide students with both bachelor's and master's degree programs that are focused on the implementation of modern health management standards and new technologies in health system management. Our mission is to develop highly qualified ethical leaders and managers.
Healthcare is one of the most difficult to manage and multi-faceted fields, and our graduates are well-equipped to manage it thanks to the knowledge and practical skills they gained at Caucasus University.
Since 2018, the school has added a single-level licensed MD program based on the World Federation of Medical Education (WFME) standards.
The program has ECFMG accreditation as of 2020, which means that graduates of Caucasus University's single-level MD program are eligible to take American and Canadian residency exams.
The World Federation of Medical Education has accredited the single-level MD program as of 2021. The program is equipped both with clinical skills laboratories as well as a scientific research laboratory.
Fridon Todua Medical Center, Aversi, Republic Hospital, National Surgery Center, Raymann, Center for Mental Health and Prevention for Addiction, 5th Clinical Hospital "Open Heart" and others are among the partners of Caucasus School of Medicine and Healthcare Management.
Today, with the field of medicine and healthcare evolving at such a rapid pace, it is a challenge for us to keep up and ensure that the country has professional doctors and healthcare managers.
Dean of the School of Medicine and Healthcare Management