Well, My friend here will post you should do a post bac and MCAT and go through that, Since that advice will come, Yeah good advice
I have something different to give you to think about.
People like us sometimes look at the time and just want to be a DOC and not go through years of struggle again nor do we have the time due to our age.
(Don't know how old you are? 30? maybe? A little older?) SO they go to a Caribbean school I think you may even have a shot at SABA or MUA Nevis, I know AUA and St. James would accept you with those stats, MCATs for SABA is sometimes waived and the other three do not require them.
Now this is an option but it has pros and Cons:
Pro: You can start as soon as accepted, there are loans you can take out for school and living.
You will be an MD, 16 to 18 months away at school, with breaks 3 times a year to go home then the US for clinicals. SABA all 50 states for Lic.
Cons: MUA N, AUA and St. James do not have California for Lic and KS but the rest of the US is ok.
You will be an FMG this matters for the match in some cases but a good Step one score is the most important thing.
Some SPecialties are harder to get into as an FMG ( not impossible)
There you have it.
Ask away, there is a Pharm D in my class and a NP in the MD1 class, I'm an RN. We decided this would work for us.