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UNC School of Medicine primary care education and family medicine both rank 3rd in the nation, according to the latest rankings published by US News & World Report.

CHAPEL HILL, NC – The University of North Carolina School of Medicine is ranked third in the country for primary care education and 24th for research (6th among public universities) as a part of U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools.”

The School of Medicine is ranks 3rd in family medicine, 13th in obstetrics & gynecology (4th among public schools), tied for 17th in psychiatry (tied for fifth among public schools), tied for 19th in pediatrics (8th among public schools), and 26th for internal medicine (8th among public schools).

U.S. News ranks business, education, engineering, law, nursing and medicine programs annually, but various disciplines and specialties within each category are only ranked periodically, including the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, which ranked 1st in the country last year.

UNC-Chapel Hill ranks high in several other categories, including the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, which ranks 2nd overall (1st among public universities), the UNC School of Library and Information Sciences, which ranks tied for 2nd, and the School of Nursing, which is tied for 6th (1st among public schools) for master’s nursing programs. 

Check out all rankings at U.S. News & World Report.