The logo of SMDC depicts the coco-de-mer, (the largest nut in the World and found only in Seychelles), cut in cross-section and sitting on part of the leaf of the coco-de-mer tree. It also depicts a unique and loose interpretation of the Rod or the Staff of Asclepius the symbol of healing. The two snakes around the staff bear some resemblance to the Caduceus but they are not meant to depict the Caduceus. One of the snakes is deliberately of a different blue colour. SMDC regulates both the medical and dental professions and the two slightly different and yet similar snakes around the staff are meant to represent these two professions.
The logo was put together by designer Henry Bastienne and adopted by the Board on 28th November 2014.