Cincinnati--The University of Cincinnati (UC) Colleges of Medicine
and Nursing stand among the nation's most reputable graduate colleges
and programs, according to the latest U.S. News and World Report
"We are pleased with the excellent education and
research programs at the College of Medicine and the high quality
medical care provided at the medical center," said Andrew Filak, Jr.,
MD, associate dean of medical education at the UC College of Medicine.
faculty and students truly reflect the high quality of education,
research and patient care programs at the UC College of Nursing," said
Andrea Lindell, RN, MSN, DNSc, dean of the UC College of Nursing. "It
is an honor to be among the best schools in the nation. We are
delighted to be ranked 52nd out of the 781 nursing colleges in the
U.S. News and World Report
predicts healthcare to be the one of most promising careers until 2006
with one in every six American jobs in the healthcare industry.
According to U.S. News and World Report,
researchers, clinical investigators, acute-care nurse practitioners,
informaticians, palliative-care specialists and geriatricians are the
fastest growing healthcare specialties.
The following is a summary of top-ranked UC programs and colleges:
Top Specialty Programs-Pediatrics
UC College of Medicine #6
Top Medical Schools-Research
UC College of Medicine #48
Top Medical Schools-Primary Care
UC College of Medicine #50
Top Schools of Nursing
UC College of Nursing #52
The U.S. News and World Report 2002 America's Best Graduate Schools rankings are available online at www.usnews.com or on newsstands.