Hi guys,I recently obtained my LPN license in Florida. The school I attended was a hospital school and they only provided a certificate as well as eligibility to sit for the boards. I am licensed in my state alone. Im 28yrs old and was late diagnosed with A.D.D. Just 2 yrs ago, so I have times I've repeated a science or two. I started taking medication for concentration recently and my grades picked up strong. Now that I have a new control in life and see my true potential I want to become what I thought I had no chance of becoming, " a doctor". My ex fiancé once told me of a medical school in PR that you can do 2 years online from the US and you must go to PR for 2yrs for part of your clinicals or residency. I hear the biggest concern in attending PR programs is being able to do your Residency in a hospital here in US. There are several doctors in my family so I am hopeful once I get to that point they can help open doors.I want to ask several things:1- can a US nurse work in PR as a nurse, or are there different requirements ? Med school is pricey.2- has anyone herd of this US-2yr/PR-2 yr program ? I no longer speak with the ex fiancé. 3- I found a program called ponce med school they are 4 years. Having my BA in liberal arts , would that knock time off?I would try a med program here but the programs are vary strict in US , many won't take you having an average gpa and repeated sciences. Any positive feedback would be appreciated. I plan to call the school directly to ask questions however I value what fellow nurses have herd as opposed to the school who's interest is my money. Thanks guys!