Personally speaking, Binghamton has a very well regarded pre-med program, as does Penn State - but here's the deal: no one "college" can help you get into med school. Med school applications come down to how good your MCAT score is and what grades you have in medical school prerequisite courses (which you DO NOT have to be in a specific pre-med program at a college to take). For more info take a look at StudentAdvisor's "How to Prepare for Medical School as an Undergrad" article: http://blog.studentadvisor.com/StudentAdvisor-Blog/bid/76769/How-to-Prepare-for-Medical-School-as-an-Undergrad
I agree with what Sam C. told you about getting into medical school. However, there are some schools that do have particularly good results with advising students for their four years of undergrad who want to pursue med school and have a high rate of acceptance for their students into med school. Centre College in KT, Franklin and Marshall in PA are just two more suggestions for you.