Women's Health

Ranked in 2014, part of Best Medical Schools

In women's health programs, medical students are trained to work in obstetrics and gynecology. Other course offerings may include endocrinology and maternal-fetal medicine. These are the top medical schools for women's health programs.

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Rankings Overall Medical School Program Data
Rank School name Tuition Total medical school enrollment Median MCAT total score Median undergraduate GPA Acceptance rate Full-time faculty-student ratio NIH funds granted to medical school and affiliated hospitals (in millions) NIH research grant funds per faculty member (in thousands) Peer assessment score (out of 5) Residency directors assessment score (out of 5)
#6 Columbia University

New York, NY

$51,484 (full-time) 655
#9 Duke University

Durham, NC

$49,940 (full-time) 430
#1 Harvard University

Boston, MA

$52,100 (full-time) 708
#2 Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD

$45,750 (full-time) 484
#10 Northwestern University (Feinberg)

Chicago, IL

$50,272 (full-time) 689
#11 Stanford University

Stanford, CA

$48,999 (full-time) 468
#3 University of California—​San Francisco

San Francisco, CA

$32,106 (in-state, full-time); $44,351 (out-of-state, full-time) 632
#7 University of Michigan—​Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI

$29,956 (in-state, full-time); $47,904 (out-of-state, full-time) 687
#5 University of Pennsylvania (Perelman)

Philadelphia, PA

$48,738 (full-time) 665
#4 University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA

$46,962 (in-state, full-time); $48,138 (out-of-state, full-time) 602
#8 Yale University

New Haven, CT

$51,480 (full-time) 401