Medical Schools in Rhode Island
|List and profile of top medical colleges in
Rhode Island, including postal codes, mailing address,
official website, M.D. curriculum information and
teaching hospitals within the state of Rhode Island.
Screenshot for each medical program is also
included. See below for brief information of each
medical school and related resources on the Internet
about Rhode Island and medical education.
Medicine Universities: Latest rankings of full time medical schools in Rhode Island,
covering acceptance rates, average MCAT and GPA scores, in-state and
out-of-state tuition as well as national and state wide rankings in
List of all postal codes in
Rhode Island for each city in aphetically order, and counties to which each
city is affiliated as well as state map of Rhode Island.
Yellow page list of higher level educational programs in Rhode Island,
including institute name, physical address and phone number of private and
public, four year and two year schools of Rhode Island.
|Brown University Warren Alpert Medical School
hospitals affiliated with this medical school where clinical
teaching or training is carried out.
||Bradley Hospital, Butler Hospital, Hasbro
Children's Hospital, Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, Providence
VA Medical Center, Rhode Island Hospital, The Miriam Hospital, Women
& Infants' Hospital.
|(Data appear as
originally submitted by this school.)
|Four-year M.D. program curriculum
||Year One includes two semesters of Integrated
Medical Sciences and Doctoring. Year Two consists of system-based
pathophysiology with integrated pharmacology, pathology, physiology,
and Doctoring. Students in the third and fourth years must complete
50 weeks of clinical clerkships and 30 weeks of electives.