Thursday, November 9, 2017

US News Recognizes Excellence of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Mwatha serves as an attending physician in the emergency department of a Baltimore hospital. In preparation for his career, Dr. Ken Mwatha earned an MD and completed an emergency-medicine residency at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

A key institution in the development of the medical-education model in the United States, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine today stands out among the best medical schools in the country. In March of 2017, US News & World Report again confirmed this prestigious status when it awarded the School of Medicine the No. 3 ranking on the publication’s 2018 list of the Best Medical School for Research.

In garnering this high ranking, the Johns Hopkins school beat out all but two of the 118 medical schools that submitted the necessary data to US News. This marks the sixth consecutive year the School of Medicine has finished in third place on the publication’s list. Unlike in 2017, however, when it shared the rank with two other institutions, the School of Medicine took sole possession of the third spot on the 2018 list, coming in behind only the medical schools at Harvard University and Stanford University.

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