Which Medical schools are research orientated and which ones are clinically orientated ?
Originally posted by Jalby
Go read USnews. They have rankings for both research and clinical.
PS Rankings are GOD!!!
Originally posted by Rumit
I wouldn't limit your 'good facilities' comment to the top 10. There are great research programs at medical schools that aren't in the top 10. For instance, UW Madison has one of the largest PhD programs in the country with some amazing facilities...UCLA is another not in the top 10, but with research facilities that compare with any place in the country. There are plenty more places as well.
Good luck all,
Originally posted by Thewonderer
Seriously, if you are really interested in primary care, you should avoid top schools like plague; some of them even don't have family medicine departments!
Originally posted by Vader
Well, UCSF has a family medicine department and churns out quite a high percentage of primary care physicians. I'm sure other top ten schools produce excellent primary care clinicians as well.