Donald W Dolce, MD
Founder and President
Queen's University College of Medicine
St John, Barbados, West Indies
Donald W Dolce, MD is Founder and President of Queen's University College of Medicine. On April 3, 2015, under the Authority of The Parliament of The Government of Barbados, The Queen's University College of Medicine was granted an Educational Charter to establish and develop a college of medicine in Barbados. On February 24, 2017, The Queen's University College of Medicine and The Codrington Trust, the governing body of The Codrington College and The Codrington Estate, entered into a long-term agreement. This agreement included the development of a Christian-based medical college and complete restoration of the historic Codrington College Estate.
In addition to his leading role as Founder and President of Queen's University College of Medicine, Dr Dolce has headed pioneering work in Academic Medicine for nearly 20 years. He is the Founder and President of a well-known and highly regarded post-graduate and undergraduate clinical development firm which serves numerous hospitals and International and US-based medical schools. Dr Dolce is also the Co-Founder of one of the largest and most impactful Community Health Teaching Networks in the United States.
Dr Dolce has a strong sense of civic responsibility, having served the Emory Dekalb Community Hospital Foundation and The Juniper Hospital Foundation. Dr Dolce is Co-Founder and Member of the Board of The Joe Namath Neurological Foundation, and Member of the Board of The Sir Cornelius Smith Foundation and the Arthritis Foundation. Acclaimed in his field, Dr Dolce has served as Accreditation Consultant for United States regional and state licensing authorities including The Georgia Composite Medical Board and International and Regional accreditation authorities. Dr Dolce holds a Doctor of Medicine Degree from The St Christopher's College of Medicine and a Bachelor of Science from Long Island University in New York.