DYIMS is attached to two reputable hospitals and affiliated with a Government University where students can go for clinical rotations and practice. They can interact with patients and can have good exposure in these hospitals.

GC University Faisalabad:

Government College University, Faisalabad has emerged as a leading center of learning and research in a short span of time. The University with its dynamic faculty and innovative syllabi has become a catalyst for intellectual, social, and industrial change. It caters to the diverse needs of society by imparting education in almost all the major fields of learning.

The Government College University’s journey started as a primary school in 1897 in the present building of Govt. College for Women, Karkhana Bazar, Faisalabad. It was promoted to High School and Intermediate College in 1905 and 1924 respectively. It was elevated to the degree level in 1933 and postgraduate disciplines were introduced in 1963. The long journey that started with a humble beginning reached its climax when it was granted the status of University in October 2002.

The Government College University, Faisalabad has a long history of excellence and distinction as an institution. Renowned scholars and eminent personalities have served this institution in various capacities at various stages of its history. It has produced outstanding personnel who have earned great fame not only for themselves but also for the nation.

The luminaries like Mr. Abdul Hameed, Mr. W.H.F. Armstrong, Mr. Lala Chattan Annand, Mr. Hashmat Khan, Mr. Taj Khyal, Mr. Namdar Khan, Mr. Karamat Hussain Jafari, Mr. Mukhtar Mahmood Qureshi, Mr. Asmat Ullah Khan, Dr. Asif Iqbal Khan and Dr. Arif Zaidi have served this institution.

The university is situated on Jhang Road not far from the historical Clock Tower. The main campus is spread over 37 acres and the construction of a new campus has been started on an area of 200 acres some 3-4 kilometers away from the main campus at Jhang Road.

The University is offering educational degrees in different disciplines. The University is a hub of educational, social, and cultural activities with a close liaison with the industry

DYIMS is attached to two reputable hospitals and affiliated with a Government University where students can go for clinical rotations and practice. They can interact with patients and can have good exposure in these hospitals.

Pakistan Nursing Council (PNC):

Pakistan Nursing Council, as a significant participant in the health care delivery system in the country, is dedicated to providing support for the professional development and competencies of those who study Nursing, Lady Health Visitors, and Midwifery.

The aims of PNC also include monitoring for implementation of national standards in Nursing, Health Visitors, and Midwifery education and practice by providing Registration /infrastructure and arranging continued educational opportunities for registered members.

Nursing Examination Board Punjab (NEBP):

The history of the Nursing Examination Board, Punjab goes back to United India before the partition era when it conducted the examinations of United Punjab and the records of the Nursing students who appeared in examination during 1941 from Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Delhi, Ferozepur, Jodhpur, Jhansi, Jaipur, Lakhnow, Ludhiana, Bikaner, Dholpur, Amritsar, Braille, Ajmere and Sialkot centers are available with Nursing Examination Board, Punjab. At that time, it was called the “Punjab Nursing Council and Midwives Board.”

After the emergence of Pakistan in 1947, Nursing Examination Board, Sindh conducted examinations of Nursing students of All Pakistan till 1973. In 1973 PNC directed that all the provinces of Pakistan should conduct their examinations independently. Sindh province continues taking examinations of its own province but Balochistan and Frontier provinces, could not conduct examinations due to their administrative problems. The Nursing Examination Board, Punjab started conducting examinations of its own nursing institutions and the institutions of the other two provinces (Balochistan and Frontier) in October 1980.

Since March 1981, Nursing Examination Board, Punjab has been conducting the examination of all categories of Nursing students in the institutions of Punjab, Islamabad, Kashmir, Balochistan, and Frontier provinces started conducting their own examinations.

The present Nursing Examination Board, Punjab Lahore was constituted under section II of the Pakistan Nursing Council Act, 1973. Ms. Painda Khan was its Vice-Chairperson at that time and Ms. G M Dara was the first controller Nursing Examination Board, Punjab.

Qadir Ali Hospital:

QAH is a 60 bedded hospital situated on Main Kutchery Road, Layyah. This hospital is recognized for its best general surgeons. Hospital is fully equipped with advanced technology and treats a major number of patients from Layyah.

District Headquarters Hospital:

DHQ is located on College Road, Layyah. In 1978, this government hospital was operating as Tehsil's headquarters hospital. Later, in 1982, it was designated as the district headquarters hospital. It grew from a 40-bed THQ hospital to a 340-bed DHQ hospital over time. This hospital has `Medical ward, Blood Bank, Dialysis ward, Surgery ward, Ophthalmology Ward, Ent Ward, Orthopedics Ward, Urology Ward, Emergency ward, Dental Department, Pathology Department, CT scan, PCR Lab, and Gynecology ward