I don't think CAAM-HP itself is a legitimate body. How do you expect the universities to be fully accredited when you have the CAAMP-HP committee comprising of the competitor brands. When I now check the list of accredited Caribbean medical schools, it vivid that no university is completely accredited. It is either accredited with some conditions, accreditation denied / initial accreditation withdrawn and for few, the accreditation has expired and they haven't even replied for this. This brings in a greater doubt that on what factors that these universities were inspected. While an organizational body is formed, it should be independent and should not have representatives from the universities that are from medical schools. Only ECFMG is approval is required and you are absolutely fine to pursue in the medical schools in the universities in the Caribbean. And people presume that without CAAM-HP accreditation the degree is not valid. The degree is absolutely valid.