UNC School of Medicine Tops Ranking for Primary Care
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the UNC School of Medicine has topped the list for primary care. The rankings were prepared by U. S. News & World Report.
It is for the first time that such rankings have been presented by U. S. News & World Report. The ranking which was announced on March 12 has made the school leaders quite proud. Dean of the School of Medicine, Dr. Bill Roper, said that the announcement was a great achievement for them.
While talking about the reason for which the school has been ranked at the top, Roper was of the view that primary care has always been centre of attention for the school. "We need more doctors, and this ranking as number one in primary care is something we want people across the state to know about because it's such an important part", said Roper.
Ranking is clear indicative of the fact that people across the country recognizes the level of program. Roper affirmed that their medical school provides training in primary care specialties medical students and residents.
Dr. Warren Newton, chairman of the Department of Family Medicine, said the ranking has showed the team effort carried out by the school authorities.
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