UW Tops Primary Care Medical School Rankings for 15th Straight Year Print

U.S. News & World Report ranked the University of Washington School of Medicine first among primary care medical schools in its annual listings released in March. The UW has been No. 1 since 1993.

The UW tied for sixth in biomedical research. Only Harvard Medical School ranked as high as the UW in both primary care and research.

U.S. News does not rank all graduate and professional programs every year.

Other UW graduate and professional programs in the top 10 U.S. News rankings this year are:

First: family medicine, rural health, clinical psychology

Third: audiology, nuclear physics

Fourth: AIDS medical education, social work graduate program, environmental policy and management

Fifth: pharmacy, biomedical/bioengineering, artificial intelligence, computer science systems, speech-language pathology, nonprofit management, ceramics, fiber arts

Sixth: internal medicine, computer science, statistics

Seventh: geriatrics, pediatrics, women’s health, computer science theory, education graduate program

Eighth: drug/alcohol abuse medical education

Ninth: occupational therapy