TCOM ranks in Top 50 for Primary Care — again!

The 2013 U.S. News & World Report rankings are out, and the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine maintained its top-50 ranking for primary care, coming in at 35th. TCOM has ranked among the top 50 for primary care since 2003.

TCOM ranked second in the nation for primary care among osteopathic medical schools and second among all Texas medical schools. In addition, TCOM had the second-highest percentage of graduates entering primary care in the nation among all ranked medical schools (allopathic and osteopathic), 65.8 percent.

The UNT Health Science Center was also ranked the best in Texas and nationally ranked for the following areas:
Rural Medicine — 12th
Family Medicine — 16th
Geriatrics — 15th

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