Hi there, i stumbled upon this news article last night when trying to confim to see if indeed this is a medical school. If you dont believe me u can google the article for yourself.
We reported on Tuesday about a second phantom Medical school that claimed to be operating in the country. The first fictional operation was the University of Central America School of Medicine and its website was run by Dr. Niazi Baker of Brownsville Texas. That operation disappeared as soon as our story aired.
Jose Sanchez, Reporting
Last night News Five also aired a story about the fictional Charleston College of Medicine which listed its address as Dry Creek Road, Belmopan. Charleston was also immediately removed from the internet when we checked its web address this morning. The name that was affiliated with that website was Doctor Rod Tomczak, the Academic Dean at American Global University School of Medicine; and Doctor Thippi Thiagarajan, University of Belize’s Dean of Science and Technology. Did someone lift the academic background of both men from their respective universities websites and incorporate them to make Charleston appear to be a legitimate school? That is still not known. What is, is that information from additional sources point that Tomczak’s license to practice medicine has been suspended in at least one U.S. state. And coincidentally both Tomczak and Thiagarajan are alleged to have ties to Ohio State University. While browsing Tomczak’s American Global’s University’s website, we found that that school boasts a campus in Curacao and Belize. Its address is listed as Dry Creek Road, Belmopan. Scouts in the capital confirm that there is a building on Dry Creek Road with a Global University sign in front. However, we’ve been unable to find students. Calls to the school’s number failed because the number which is registered to Souhad *****, was disconnected for non payment since July. News Five made calls to both the Ministry of Health regarding the status of the med School and the Ministry of Education. The ministry eventually referred us to Cayo’s District Education Center. Officials at the district education center confirmed that Charleston did not exist, but they were still in the process of verifying the status of American Global University School of Medicine.