Is there a reason you want to take calc 2? Would you consider stats instead (but still take calc 1)? I think that would make your life a little easier. Looking at that list you're going to end up with hard classes together, it's inevitable. You left off Bio 1&2 and Gen Chem 1&2 meaning you've probably been a student for a little while so at this point you probably have to see what your worth. At my school Biochem and Microbio are the two "really hard" upper level classes and Genetics "isn't that bad." I haven't taken them hence the quotes. Physics really isn't that bad if you can handle algebraic math like chem2. In fact, it's a little more straight forward than chem2 in my humble opinion. Good luck.
The math prerequisite needs to be looked at carefully for several factors.
1) You don't need calc or calc based physics for the MCAT. However, some undergraduate schools require both those depending on your major.
2) Without having the current stats in front of me, I would say fully half of the medical schools REQUIRE at least 1 semester of Calc. Thus the rest of the math requirement (as stated by the previous poster) can be accomplished by statistics.
3) Many medical schools state or imply that that more rigorous courses are viewed more highly (NYU med school seems to have recently taken this statement off their website.) So does imply that Calc and Calc-based physics would be an advantage? It would seem so. HOWEVER
, do no risk bad grades by taking harder pre-requisites for the above statement.
4) Many medical schools recommend (and a few specifically require) certain advanced courses such as biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, immunology, etc. Some will accept biochem in lieu of a second semester of organic chemistry.
(to find out which specific schools require what you need:
Link to MSAR (AAMC/AMCAS-MD)
Link to CIB (AACOM/AACOMAS-DO)
the above factors may give you some ideas to consider in your decision making process.