The University of Health Sciences Antigua (UHSA) is an international member, the first in the Caribbean region, of HACU. This network of Hispanic-Serving Institutions provides a number of opportunities for current students, from the Hispanic National Internship Program to conferences and other networking opportunities. Read the press release.
UHSA is the first in the Caribbean region to become a member of NAMME, a national organization dedicated to developing and sustaining productive relationships as well as action-oriented programs among national, state, and community stakeholders working to ensure racial and ethnic diversity in all of the health professions. NAMME also seeks to provide critical guidance and professional development opportunities for individuals dedicated to these efforts and the students they serve.
UHSA is also the first institution in the Caribbean to become a member of the NMA. The NMA promotes the collective interests of physicians and patients of African descent. The organization carries out this mission by serving as the collective voice of physicians of African descent and a leading force for parity in medicine, elimination of health disparities and promotion of optimal health.