Alicia Oliver, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor, Clinical Medicine
Department of Medical Education
Dr. Alicia Oliver began her post-secondary studies at The College of the Bahamas (now the University of The Bahamas), before completing a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry while studying in Canada. She subsequently returned to the Caribbean to complete medical training at Saba University School of Medicine. She pursued residency and fellowship training in New York and Massachusetts, and while completing residency also obtained a master’s degree in public health and a graduate certificate in global health. It was during residency training that Dr. Oliver’s interest in being a medical educator was piqued, and she has been involved in teaching medical, nursing, physician assistant, and other students during their rotations with her, and through formal lectures. She is passionate about promoting disease prevention and educating others on the need for early treatment for medical conditions. She also enjoys being involved in quality improvement efforts.