Medical School shines in 2020 U.S. News and World Report rankings
In compilation of best graduate schools, the U-M is the No. 6 institution for training primary care physicians and is No. 16 nationally among research medical schools
The University of Michigan Medical School’s commitment to training the next generation of health care leaders is reflected in the 2020 U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate School rankings, released today (March 12).
The U-M Medical School is the No. 6 institution for training primary care physicians and is No. 16 nationally among research medical schools. The primary care ranking is up one spot from last year, while the research ranking places the U-M in the top 16 every year since 2003.
The U-M also continues to shine in individual specialties, with eight programs receiving a top-15 ranking, including six in the top 10. This includes a No. 3 ranking for Family Medicine (unranked last year) and No. 6 rankings for Internal Medicine (up one spot from last year), Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Surgery. Anesthesiology at No. 7 and Radiology at No. 8 (up one spot from last year) both are nestled in the top 10. Pediatrics and Psychiatry both rank No. 13.
The school’s reputation among residency directors continues to be strong, landing in a tie for the third-highest assessment score among both research and primary care schools.
The U-M, which operates its Department of Biomedical Engineering as a joint venture between the Medical School and College of Engineering, is No. 10 nationally in biomedical engineering/bioengineering.
Following is a summary of the 2020 rankings:
Medical Schools Overall
Primary Care: 6 (tie)
Research: 16 (tie)
Medical School Specialties
Family Medicine: 3
Internal Medicine: 6
Obstetrics and Gynecology: 6
Radiology: 8 (tie)
Pediatrics: 13 (tie)
Medical School/College of Engineering
Biomedical Engineering/Bioengineering: 10 (tie)