JHU School of Medicine Rankings

The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Medicine is one of the top accredited medical schools in the United States.

The School of Medicine is affiliated with Johns Hopkins Hospital which was the first health care organization in Maryland to achieve the Magnet Recognition Program designation for excellence in nursing practice. The Johns Hopkins Hospital has received the Consumer Choice Award for the Baltimore region from the National Research Corporation. For 2009-2010, Hopkins was also rated as the top choice by consumers in the Bethesda, Md., area.

Rankings:

- Placed in the top 2 nationally among U.S. medical schools in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2010 edition on the best graduate schools in the nation. It moves up to #1 for the Medical Specialty "internal medicine". The biomedical engineering program is ranked #1.

- The Johns Hopkins Hospital tops U.S. News & World Report "Honor Roll" for the 19th year in a row (2009-2010). It is placed 1st in three medical specialties: Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology); Rheumatology; and Urology.

- Rated 2nd in U.S. News 2009 edition of its publication ranking the nation’s accredited medical schools. In addition to the overall ranking, it is ranked highly in a number of specialties:
  - #1 in geriatrics
  - #2 in AIDS and internal medicine
  - #3 in drug/alcohol abuse
  - #4 in pediatrics
  - #5 in women’s health

- Hispanic Business magazine has ranked the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as one of the top medical schools for Hispanic students to attend. It is ranked 8th in 2007.