Congrats Family Medicine & Rural Medicine!
The U.S. News and World Report rankings came out last week. In the broad category of primary care, the medical school was 5th in the country, the same ranking as 2012.
The school placed 22nd in the nation for its percentage of students choosing to go into primary care (47 percent). Three of our programs and specialties at the school were ranked in the top 10: 3rd in Family Medicine , 5th in Pediatrics and 7th in Rural Medicine.