First, learn to write. One does not "planning of" anything. Write like that on your medical school application and they will toss it immediately. I know this is just CC, but it doesn't take much more effort to write well.
There is no "pre-med" school. To get into medical school you must do three things:
1) EXCEL in the required pre-medical classes in college. These include a year of college biology, 2 years of chemistry (through organic), a year of physics, a semester or two of english and (sometimes) a year of calculus. New requirements will probably be added in the next year or so for a semester of psychology and of sociology or some type of combined experience in those two classes. Your major usually does not matter, although I personally would not pick hotel management or fashion merchandising.
2) take the MCATs (like SAT IIs for medical school) and do well.
3) Have a good interview. If you do those two things, you can usually get some interviews. In the interviews, schools have a variety of things they are looking for like personality issues (extreme arrogance, shyness), general ability to communicate, a sense of what your career interests are (some schools like Duke pride themselves on training researchers, others seek to graduate physicians interested in primary care, etc). Read the schools background information like crazy.
Its a long road (4 years college, 4 years med school, 3-8 years of residency) but a great career if you have the stamina!