The University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine was rated No. 1 overall for primary care and No. 10 for research, according to U.S. News & World Report 2015 issue of "Best Graduate Schools" rankings. It was also rated No. 1 in both family medicine and rural medicine.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) School of Medicine was ranked No. 2 for Primary Care by U.S. News in the magazine's 2015 “America's Best Graduate Schools” issue, and the School tied for 22nd in Research overall. In addition, Women's Health at UNC jumped from 22nd in 2014 to 15th in 2015.

Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine continued its strong showing in the 2015 U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate School rankings. The school retained its rank of No. 3 in the nation for excellence in primary care education, No. 4 for excellence in family medicine education (up from No. 5 last year), and No. 11 in rural medicine (previously ranked No. 12). Overall, the School of Medicine was ranked No. 29 in the nation for research-oriented medical schools.

UC San Francisco's School of Medicine was ranked 4th nationally in both research and primary care education according to U.S. News Medical School Ranking 2015. It was also ranked in the top 10 in every medical specialty in which it was assessed. Among those, UCSF was ranked 1st for its medical program in HIV/AIDS; 3rd in family medicine, etc.
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