I know several people who have gotten their MBA at Thunderbird School of Global Management. I've also found that many physicians have never heard of Thunderbird, but this school is nationally (and globally) ranked as a top business school, especially when it comes to international business. Physicians aren't the most business-minded individuals, so many of them are not very familiar with business schools.
#1 "International"Here's a short blurb from the Thunderbird website:
U.S. News & World Report 2010 (14th consecutive #1 ranking)
#1 "International Business" Full-time MBA
Financial Times 2009
#3 "Best Executive
Financial Times 2008
#7 Distance Learning MBA Economist Intelligence Unit 2008
Experience a world-class business school education from the convenience of any location with Thunderbird’s top-ranked Distance Learning Global MBA program. Utilize Web-based technology and complete your MBA via the distance learning format in 19, 12 or 36 months. Access your coursework at anytime and enjoy a rich Web-based, distance learning environment, including classes, interactive chats, bulletin board postings and collaboration with global professors and classmates. While 75 percent of your learning is conducted on the Web, 25 percent takes place at on-site regional business environment seminars in locations around the globe - making our Distance Learning MBA a truly global experience.