The Faculty of Pharmacy at Yarmouk University held a free medical day at AL Mimouna Bint Al-Harith Primary School in Al-Wasatiya, on the occasion of the anniversary of Al Karama Battle. The event was inaugurated by Dr. Munther Salah the Director of Education of provinces of Al Tayybah and AL Wasatiyah, in the presence of the governor of the province Ghazi Qablan, and the Dean of the faculty Prof. Adnan Al Massadeh. Prof. Al Massadeh pointed out that coordinating thismedical day by the faculty comes within the framework of a clear and thoughtful program that stems from the vision of the university administration and directing it to establish activities that serve the Jordanian community, as well as activating the role of the university to carry out its social responsibility. This ensures the spread of awareness and health education, among societymembers. Moreover, he stated that the aim of this medical day was to introduce the local community and school students to the important medical role of the faculty through providing advice and guidance on the most common diseases and health problems, conducting various medical tests related to blood sugar, blood pressure, medical advice on obesity, alternative medicine, medicinal plants, smoking cessation.Education and counseling about osteoporosis and it's prevention , women's health and birth control and nutrition was also provided. Free medical samples were dispensed for patients after being diagnosed by specialists from the Ministry of Health, the University and the private sector, in addition to a qualified pharmacy staff from the Faculty of Pharmacy. The director of education for provinces of Al Tayybah and AL Wasatiyah, the governor of province and the Director of the School praised the Yarmouk efforts represented by the Faculty of Pharmacy in setting up the day, appreciating the keenness of the university administration to direct the positive energies of students and their employees towards serving the community. The number of Patients who benefited from the free medical services exceeded 700 people.