Harvard Medical School:
Harvard Medical School was established in 1782, it is one of the oldest and top ranked medical schools of the United States. In order to compliance in the areas of education, research and healthcare the school has a large and well qualified faculty. US News and World Report have ranked Harvard Medical School first among American Research medical schools.
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine:
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine also referred to as Penn Med is the oldest medical school that is founded in 1765. There are around 1700 full-time faculty members, in addition 550 full-time training members. Hospitals affiliated with Penn Med include Pennsylvania Hospital, Presbyterian Medical Center.
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine:
Established in 1893 Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is located in Baltimore, Maryland. The Johns Hopkins Hospital which is the teaching hospital of the medical school is ranked as the top Hospital of United States consistently since 1992. It has 2448 full-time and 1249 part-time faculty members and about 85 percent of students receive financial aid at the medical school.
Washington University School of Medicine:
Located in St. Louise, Missouri, Washington University School of Medicine is ranked at number 4th in research. In terms of students selectivity the medical school is consistently ranking first in United States. It provides health care to more than 430,000 adults and children at 49 clinical facilities each year.
Duke University School of Medicine:
The medical campus at Duke University comprises of 90 buildings situated on a 90 acres of land. There are more than 1500 faculty physicians and researchers at the school. It was also the first school of medicine in the US to start Physicians Assistant Program in the year 1965 which is also referred to medical assistant certification today.
Stanford School of Medicine:
The student acceptance rate at the Stanford School of Medicine is very competitive and lowest in the United States with only 2.6 percent. The school has 801 full-time faculty members and 472 students according to latest figures released by the institute.
University of California–San Francisco School of Medicine:
University of California San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine was founded in 1864 and got affiliated with University of California in 1873. It is ranked at number five in quality research by US News and World Report and has 28 academic centers and 9 organized research centers.
Yale School of Medicine:
Yale School of Medicine was established in 1810 and formally starts medical education three years later in 1813. The school has 1637 voluntary and 1557 full-time academic staff members. It is ranked among top 10 medical institutions of United States and has one of the most modern medical libraries today.
University of Washington School of Medicine:
University of Washington School of Medicine (UWSOM) is a public medical institution established in 1946. It operates Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington Medical Center and Northwest Hospital and Medical Center. It is ranked number one in primary care and number ninth in research by US News and World Report.
Columbia University Medical Center:
Columbia University Medical Center consists of four medical schools offering quality education. There are several educational degrees offered by the school including MD, PhD, MD/MBA and MS. Faculty members at Columbia University Medical Center have conducted certain breakthroughs in the clinical research including first ever blood test for the disease of cancer.