This is worrisome. In addition to events concerning the St. Luke School of Medicine, there is another unaccredited degree-granting organization that has coupled itself to an entity whose web site indicates that it is a medical school. Here is more information. Breyer State's accreditation comes from three unrecognized agencies. There is the Central States Consortium of Colleges and Schools which is contained inside the American Institute of Health Care Professionals. The "executive director" of AIHCP is Dominick Flarey, the BSU president. In addition, there is the International Commission For Higher Education that accredits a handful of unwonderful operations. (Fewer than before: several of the defunct Saint Regis branches are no longer listed.) Finally there is the Accreditation Governing Commission-USA which lists Richard Hoyer as its chief accrediting commissioner. Breyer State now displays a private school license from Alabama. BSU is "an official affiliate of the University of Science, Arts and Technology, Montserrat, British West Indies..." The BSU site informs visitors that "After graduation from the Breyer State University Pre-Medicine degree program with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, graduates will be allowed to take the medical school entrance examination provided by the medical schools in Montserrat. Students who successfully pass the entrance examination will be admitted into the medical schools." Let's take a look at the University of Science, Arts and Technology. USAT lists no faculty on its faculty page, though we are told that "all faculty of the University hold the highest qualification in their respective field." Some USAT operations take place at the "Medical College of London" whose coordinates are given as "Medical College of London, P.O. Box 421, Chatham, Kent, UK, Postcode ME4 3AZ." The USAT web site says "UK PROGRAM LOCATIONS -Classes for the MD and other academic programs are conducted at Suite 505, 107 Fleet Street, Central London, UK, Postcode EC4A 2AB, Tel: 01634-324-007." Let's see what the UK's Royal Mail thinks is at EC4A 2AB. Here's the list: Capital City Media, Ludgate House 107-111, Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4A 2AB I Directory Co UK Ltd, Ludgate House 107-111, Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4A 2AB Lawson Bishop Financial, 107-111, Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4A 2AB M W B Business Exchange, 107-111, Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4A 2AB Telestaff plc, Ludgate House 107-111, Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4A 2AB Turners, Ludgate House 107-111, Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4A 2AB 1st Applied Translations Ltd, Ludgate House 107-111, Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4A 2AB That's it, no "Medical College of London." Here is an aerial photo of that part of London. The building at 107 Fleet Street is owned by MWB BusinessExchange. (There's a picture at the link.) It "offers well-appointed business accommodation and first class meeting and conference facilities... The offices are situated on the mezzanine and 1st - 6th floors and are available individually or as suites." So it is possible that enough space is rented to offer classes. However, there is no information on the site that I can find about what courses are actually taught, except for a general description of the duration of the "program." USAT explains that it "is affilaited with the University of Health Sciences, the Open International University, Sri Lanka, Breyer State University, and others" and that "The University is accredited by the Central States Consortium of Colleges and Schools for Higher Education in the USA, the European Medical Association, the American Naturopathic Medical Association, UNESCO, ISO 9000, and numerous additional professional organizations, and is listed with the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) under Montserrat." CSCCS is Dominick Flarey's operation. Note the USAT domain name: "www.mcl-edu.co" with mcl standing for "Medical College of London." The domain registration is this: Registrant: Medical College of London Registrant's Address: 39 Sandling Way Chatham ME4 3AZ GB That postal code corresponds to addresses on Sandling Way, running from 1 to 51. This is a postal code for St. Mary's Island, about 25 miles east of central London. Here is an aerial photo of the address. The UK's Department for Education and Skills does not list the Medical College of London as a recognised degree-granting institution. It would be good if someone in London could pay a visit to that Fleet Street address to see what's really going on in Suite 505, and how much space is available. The USAT site says that a parge number of courses are taught there. It seems quite possible that USAT is not where we would like to see our family physicians trained.