The Faculty of Medicine, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan was established on the basis of Jordanian High Education Council resolution in March 2013, and its activities started at the beginning of the academic year 2013/2014. The Faculty has an object to be a leading college of medicine with a distinguished academic reputation and contribution to the development of health sciences and care. The Faculty of Medicine had accepted in the last three academic years about 700 students. The Faculty of Medicine has two main departments (Basic Sciences, and Clinical Sciences). The Faculty is affiliated to 10 teaching hospitals through mutual agreements with the Jordanian Ministry of Health, Royal Medical Services, and Jordanian University of Science and Technology (JUST). The Faculty has a Dean, Deputy Dean, and Assistant Dean besides administrative staff, and faculty members of different medical and academic specialties.
The Faculty of Medicine at Yarmouk University to be one of the leading colleges in the field of medicine both locally and globally. Also, to be the first choice for top students, and local and international academics.
The Faculty of Medicine at Yarmouk University seeks to be a distinguished academic monument, and "contributes to the development of health sciences" through the quality of its graduates and its researches. The faculty is also seeking to graduate qualified doctors login to market, able to engage in scientific research, and accept residency and postgraduate programs locally, regionally and globally to raise the level of medical profession in Jordan and countries of the region.
The goals of the Faculty of Medicine at Yarmouk University are to graduate doctors having competence, knowledge, practical training, and ability to practice the profession with high efficiency and capacity to apply knowledge and skills acquired through finding effective solutions to the health needs faced by the local and regional communities. The Faculty also aims to prepare the students for engagement in postgraduate studies in basic and clinical medical sciences.