This is another reason to not trust rankings. If you say the rankings are for "residency programs" then I guess I can't dispute that. Not having seen the actual rankings and tables myself, I can't really claim to be an expert. But seeing something like the "Harvard" internal medicine program makes me think it is not really a ranking of residency programs. It might be ranking the medical schools themselves in terms of research funding, etc. Whatever. It really isn't important, like I said. Rankings are more important to patients who "have to go to the best place." One person's (or one group's) rankings should not really tell you much, except that it is one opinion. It's like ranking med schools too. Individual rankings really have no bearing on the individual student or applicant at those schools.tsj said:Actually I just looked it up. They have it for FP, Int Med, Peds and "women's health". But it looks like total BS. They list "Harvard" as the 2nd best Int Med program. The *****s don't know that Harvard University doesn't have an internal med program. There is no Harvard Hospital. They must mean BIDMC. BIDMC has the #2 Internal Med program in the country. WOW!