The University of Faisalabad works collaboratively with local and global health institutions such as (Ali Fatima Teaching Hospital, Madinah Teaching Hospital, University of Health and Sciences, University of Lahore, King Edward Medical University, Punjab Institute of Nuclear Medicine and United Lincolnshire Hospital NHS Trust England) providing essential treatment to low-income and homeless patients in our local communities as part of their training, and offers free treatment to around 2000 patients every year. The plan serves the local community needs and allows students to develop their social skills and engage in real-life practice. The University's motive is to promote health and wellbeing in society to treat illness and promote healthy lifestyles, preventing measures and modern, efficient health care for everyone by organizing free health camps, Blood Donation camps and awareness seminars & Lectures. University set a goal that by the end of 2030; TUF will reduce the global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70 per 100000 live births. Furthermore, the University aims to reduce deaths of newborns and children fewer than five years of age. The University also takes initiatives to fight for infectious diseases such as AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, neglected tropical diseases, and combat hepatitis and other diseases. In addition, the gynecology department of MTH tries to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive care, family planning, and education. Plus, patients are cured with safe, effective and affordable essential medicines and vaccines for all. The University understands the worth of a sustainable environment. That is why TUF is working collaboratively on UN sustainable goals and trying to reduce the deaths and illness ratio from hazardous chemicals, air-water, and soil pollution and contamination. The University of Faisalabad has a "no tobacco policy" and makes campuses smoke free. To overcome threatening diseases, the University works on multiple research areas to produce cures for the communicable and non-communicable diseases that primarily affect developing countries. Each year our organization substantially increases health financing and the recruitment, development, training and retention of the health workforce in Pakistan.