From left, Ashley Cannizzaro, Michael Philip Gilliam, Erique Gumbs, and Nicole Grafilo compare notes during clinicals at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing was ranked No. 2 in the latest U.S. News & World Report survey for 2016. In separate surveys, the Bloomberg School of Public Health kept its No. 1 ranking and the School of Medicine was No. 3. PHOTO BY WILL KIRK
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