The college has two teaching hospitals. one, its own teaching hospital at the college premises called Shahina Jamil Teaching Hospital. It is a new 350 bed general hospital and it has all the essential teaching departments. It is fully staffed by highly qualified and experienced doctors, nurses and paramedical staff. It provides clinical training to the students of the college. The hospital is providing medical care facilities to all deserving patients completely free of cost. The students of the Dental College are also trained here.
The Second hospital is the King Abdullah Teaching Hospital Formerly the District Head Quarter (DHQ) Teaching Hospital Mansehra. It is a very busy general hospital of 460 beds, about 2000 patients attend the OPD daily and about 25000 patients receive treatment as admitted patients annually. This hospital too has all the essential teaching departments. It has been acquired from the KPK (NWFP) Govt. for teaching and training of our medical & dental students at considerable cost.
The college has built a new 136 bed block called “Frontier Medical College Block” in this hospital in order to provide more facilities for clinical training of medical students and more for better medical treatment facilities for the people of Mansehra and suburbs. Unfortunately during the 2005 earthquake, this hospital was badly damaged, alongwith other hospital building. Saudi Govt. has taken the responsibility of building a new 410 bed teaching hospital in its place at Mansehra, which is named after King Abdullah.
The main college building is a four-storey purpose- built structure of about 110,000 sqft. It accommodates all essential departments needed in a medical college including lecture halls, college laboratories, dissection hall, library, museum, computer laboratory, a 500 seat auditorium, seminar rooms, staff and students rooms and offices. More space is available to accommodate future departments. In addition, there is another single storey building housing the Paramedical School.
There are good and comfortable hostels for boys and girls in separate buildings. The hostels are staffed with wardens, cooks, waiters, chowkidars and cleaners. In the girl’s hostels, in addition to the above staff, housekeepers, washer women and special security guards are also provided. For the girl students not residing with parents, stay in the college hostel is mandatory.