Medical School Statistics

Top 10 Awards

The American Academy of Family Physicians annually recognizes 10 U.S. allopathic medical schools that have achieved the highest proportion of their medical school graduates going to family medicine residencies in the U.S. The percentage is based on a three-year rolling average of medical students matriculating to family medicine residencies, and therefore is based on the current academic year's incoming residents. The 2014 results are based on family medicine matriculation rates for students graduating in 2011, 2012, and 2013.

Medical SchoolGraduates Entering Family Medicine
Medical School: University of North Dakota
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 23.3%
Medical School: University of KansasGraduates Entering Family Medicine: 19.2%
Medical School: Oregon Health & Science University
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 19%
Medical School: University of Missouri-Columbia
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 18.8%
Medical School: East Carolina University
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 18.6%
Medical School: University of Minnesota
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 18%
Medical School: University of Washington
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 17.6%
Medical School: University of Nebraska
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 16.7%
Medical School: University of Wisconsin
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 16.5%
Medical School: Wright State University
Graduates Entering Family Medicine: 15.9%