Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) School of Medicine is widely recognized as a leading medical school in the US, with outstanding reputation for its graduate programs in primary care, family medicine and rural medicine.
The School of Medicine offers a wide range of academic programs including the Doctor of Medicine (MD), Behavioral Neuroscience (PhD, MD/PhD), Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (MD/PhD, PhD), Cell & Developmental Biology (MD/PhD, PhD), Health Care Management (Certificate), Public Health (MD/MPH, MPH), Radiation Therapy Program (BS), and more.
The School of Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
- OHSU's primary care education program is ranked 3rd nationally, with rural medicine in 4th position (US News 2010).
- The primary care and family medicine specialties are placed among the top five in the nation, according to the 2009 Edition of America’s Best Graduate Schools compiled by U.S. News and World Report. Among the 126 medical schools participating in the survey, OHSU School of Medicine's primary care program is tied for second with University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The family medicine specialty is ranked 2nd in the nation, while the rural medicine program is tied for 9th with West Virginia University.
- Rated 2nd among U.S. Best Medical Schools (based on research) by The Med School 100.
- The School of Medicine is ranked 19th in the nation in funding from the National Institute of Health (2005).