March 11, 2015

U-M Geriatrics ranks 4th in U.S. News & World Report

This year's edition of the U.S. News & World Report medical school rankings again confirms that the U-M Medical School is among the very best in the nation. U-M is listed 10th among research-oriented medical schools, and 5th for primary care training, up three spots from last year.


In the U.S. News specialty rankings, U-M Geriatrics is listed 4th among the top academic programs in the nation, and Internal Medicine, Women’s Health and Family Medicine each rank 7th in the nation. The School of Public Health has once again ranked 1st in the nation for training in health care management, and 4th for public health training.

In all, 13 of the Medical School’s departments rank in the top 10 in the nation for NIH research funding for their discipline. All rank in the top 35. This is the 23nd year in a row that UMHS has been recognized for strong across-the-board performance on a national level. Read more.