List of Ivy League medical schools
This list of Ivy League medical schools outlines the seven universities of the Ivy League that host a medical school. Only one Ivy League university, Princeton University, does not have a medical school. All Ivy League medical schools are located in the Northeast region of the United States and are privately owned and controlled. Only two of the schools, at Dartmouth and Penn, are located adjacent to the undergraduate campuses. The schools at Brown, Columbia, Harvard, and Yale, are located on separate campuses in the same metropolitan area as the university. The school at Cornell, Weill Cornell Medicine, is located in New York City, far from the main Ithaca campus.
The Ivy League medical school are the most expensive in terms of tuition and fees. As of 2014, Tuition at the Harvard Medical School is approximately $53,581 for in-state tuition. In-state fees are $1,453. In-state health insurance is $2,168.
|School name||Host institution||Image||Location||Degree programs offered||Year founded|
|Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania||University of Pennsylvania||Philadelphia, PA (on campus)||MD, DMD, PhD, MPH||1765|
|Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons||Columbia University||New York, NY (50 blocks from main campus)||MD, DDS, PhD, MPH||1767|
|Harvard Medical School||Harvard University||Boston, MA (3 miles from main campus)||MD, DMD, PhD, MPH||1782|
|Geisel School of Medicine||Dartmouth College||Hanover, NH (Adjacent to campus)||MD, PhD, MPH, MS||1797|
|Yale School of Medicine||Yale University||New Haven, CT (1 mile from main campus)||MD, PhD, MMSc||1810|
|Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University||Brown University||Downtown Providence, RI (separate from main campus)||MD, PhD, MPH||1811, closed about 1827, re-opened 1972|
|Weill Cornell Medicine||Cornell University||New York, NY (230 miles from Ithaca campus)||MD, PhD, MPH||1898|
Ivy League medical schools have some of the best reputations among medical schools in the United States. They are some of the oldest institutions of medical education, and leaders among medical research. They are also associated with some of the best hospitals in the United States. Some publications' most recent rankings of medical schools at these institutions are shown below.
|School name||U.S. News-Research (2015)||U.S. News-Primary Care (2015)||NIH Awards Rank (2014)|
|Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania||3||11||3|
|Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons||8||48||15|
|Harvard Medical School||1||17||20|
|Geisel School of Medicine (Dartmouth College)||34||18||49|
|Yale School of Medicine||7||68||6|
|Warren Alpert Medical School (Brown University)||32||34||77|
|Weill Cornell Medicine (Cornell University)||15||40||35|
- "Best Medical Schools: Research". Best Graduate Schools. U.S. News. 2015. Archived from the original on 15 April 2012. Retrieved 3 March 2015.
- "Best Medical Schools: Primary Care". Best Graduate Schools. U.S. News. 2015. Archived from the original on 21 April 2010. Retrieved 3 March 2015.
- "NIH". NIH RePORT. National Institutes of Health. 2014. Retrieved 3 March 2015.