Faisalabad Medical University is situated in Faisalabad. Faisalabad is the third largest city of Pakistan and is know for textile industry. Faisalabad has developed a lot in past few years. It has an airport for domestic and few international flights. City is connected to other cities via all means of transport. After the development of Motor way distance between Faisalabad, Islamabad and Lahore has decreased.
It is spread over on area of 158 acres, college has a beautiful campus.
Allied Hospital, DHQ Hospitals and Ghulam Muhammadabad Hospital are attached with the university for clinical teachings of the students. University has separate hostels for boys and girls. Hospitals have separate hostels for male and female doctors.


Prof.Dr.Zafar Ali Choudry
MBBS (K.E), FCPS, FRCS (Edinburgh)
Vice Chancellor

Prof. Dr. Irfan Ul Haq
Head of Dental Section

Dr. Najaf Imtiaz Gill
Director coordination

Dr. Ikhlaq Anwar
MBBS, • M. Phil Bio Chemistry Conti
Principal  Staff Officer

Dr. Altaf Pervez Qasim

Drawing and Disbursing Officer


The emergence of two medical colleges i.e. Punjab Medical College and Rawalpindi Medical College simultaneously at the campus of University of Agriculture Faisalabad in 1973-74 was a historical event, by any stretch of imagination, in the annals of medical education. It sent a wave of happiness in the province. But with the unrestricted support and co-operation of the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, which accommodated both the medical colleges on its campus squeezing its own departmental facilities at considerable inconvenience, the growth of the two medical colleges would have been retarded and not reached the stage of development where they stand today. RMC was shifted to Rawalpindi on 5th November 1974.
With a grant from the government, the structure of new buildings was completed in 1982 enabling the college to shift to its new premises spread over an area of about 158 acres. The construction of buildings and furnishing of laboratories, teaching hospital etc., continued at a fair pace and by the end of the year a sum of 460 millions had been invested on the college. It is heartening that now the college has all the facilities and infrastructure, which a modern institution can aspire in a developing country.
The first batch of graduates with M.B.B.S degrees passed out in 1978 and as on today more than 3000 graduate doctors has been produced to meet the need of the community. They are all making their mark in the social milieu.
Complements are over-due to the first 4 principals, Dr. M.H.Toosi, Dr. Fateh Muhammad Ch., M Anees Mahju, and Muhammad Zafar Ch. who worked day and out during the early formative years and overcame myriads of problems inherent in the establishment of a new medical college. Their hard work facilitated the work of their successors. Now college is upgraded to university from May 2017