The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at An-Najah National University boasts comprehensive facilities across two main buildings, Building No. 19 and Building No. 17, with additional lecture halls situated in Buildings No. 24, 14, and 27.

Constructed in 2006, Building 19 stands as a beacon of modern infrastructure at An-Najah National University. Spanning across six expansive floors, covering an impressive 6,000 square meters, this architectural marvel is designed to foster a conducive environment for academic excellence.

Key Features:

  • Office Spaces:The building hosts 44 meticulously designed teachers' offices, providing faculty members with dedicated and ergonomic workspaces.
  • Central Printer Room:A centralized printer room is seamlessly integrated, connecting to all offices via high-speed internet, ensuring efficient and convenient printing services for faculty.
  • Lecture Halls:Twelve state-of-the-art lecture halls grace the building, each equipped with cutting-edge presentation facilities. These halls serve as dynamic spaces for engaging and interactive learning experiences.
  • Educational Laboratories:Fourteen educational laboratories, thoughtfully equipped to facilitate hands-on learning experiences, cater to a variety of academic disciplines within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.
  • Computer Laboratories:Three dedicated computer laboratories are outfitted with the latest technology, providing students with a robust digital learning environment.
  • Meeting Room:A versatile meeting room adds to the building's functionality, serving as a dynamic space for departmental meetings and workshops.
  • Specialized Units:Housing the Forensic Medicine Institute and the Animal Unit, building 19 accommodates specialized units with separate entrances, enhancing the building's versatility.
  • Departmental Offices:The building is home to the offices of the Director of the Medicine Department, the Director of the Pharmacy Department, and the Director of the Department of Applied and Allied Medical Sciences. Each department is complemented by a secretarial office for efficient administrative support.
  • Multipurpose Hall:Adjacent to the departmental director's office, a multipurpose hall serves as a dedicated space for meetings, workshops, and collaborative activities, enhancing the overall functionality of the building.
  • A student and faculty cafeteria is available.

Constructed in 2012, Building 17 stands as a testament to An-Najah National University's commitment to providing cutting-edge infrastructure for academic and research pursuits. This architectural gem spans seven floors, each encompassing 1,000 square meters, offering a total area of 7,500 square meters.

Key Features:

Versatile Spaces: The building is strategically divided into classrooms, offices, laboratories, and halls, creating a dynamic and versatile space for a myriad of academic activities.

Teacher Offices: Building 17 boasts 35 thoughtfully designed teacher offices, providing faculty members with dedicated spaces for research and administrative tasks.

Lecture Halls: Twenty modern lecture halls, equipped with state-of-the-art presentation facilities, provide students with engaging learning environments that foster interactive and collaborative discussions.

Computer Laboratories: Two specialized computer laboratories are outfitted with advanced technology, offering students a conducive digital learning environment.

Teaching Laboratories: Fourteen teaching laboratories cater to hands-on learning experiences across various disciplines within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.

Simulation Laboratory: A high-resolution simulation laboratory adds a layer of realism to medical education, providing students with invaluable practical experience.

Anatomy Laboratory: The anatomy laboratory is equipped to facilitate in-depth studies, allowing students to explore the intricacies of the human body in a comprehensive learning environment.

Cafeteria: A dedicated cafeteria within the building ensures that students and faculty have convenient access to nourishing meals, fostering a sense of community.

Departmental Offices: The offices of key academic figures, including the Dean, the Director of the Department of Biomedical Sciences, the Vice Dean for Graduate Studies, and the Director of the Department of Nursing and Midwifery, are housed in Building 17. Each office is complemented by fully equipped secretarial rooms.

Institutional Review Board (IRB) Office: The presence of an IRB office underscores the building's commitment to ethical research practices and oversight.


In 2019, six lecture rooms affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences were constructed in response to the growing student population.

  • In the Korean IT Institute building, the Dentistry and Dental Surgery Department's offices, laboratories, and halls are equipped with cutting-edge technology.
  • Halls and laboratories in the Faculty of Science Building 14 are furnished with the latest equipment and technologies.
  • Building 27, the Scientific Centers Building, houses offices for the Department of Medical Education and four well-equipped study halls, along with the An Najah University Life Support Training Center.

There are 4 large classrooms (that can be further subdivided) on the old campus, located one kilometers from the new campus. These rooms are used as training labs for year3 "Science & Art of Clinical Medicine course" and for clinical skills during the clinical years.


Two libraries are available at An-Najah National University. The 8,600 square meter area library with five floors on the new campus has one floor dedicated to the medical school. Of the approximately 500,000 books owned by the libraries, 1830 are medical.

Electronic Databasesfor medical journals are predominantly open access and include Science Direct, Springer, Scientific Research Open Access, SAGE, Cambridge, Oxford, Emerald Group Publishing, EBSCO Host - Academic Search Premier, McGraw Hill Access Medicine, and HINARI.

The new campus library has a space for 1,000 students, 250 tables, and 1,000 chairs. Copiers are available at a nominal price, and three scanners are available and can be used for free hours are: Sunday to Thursday from 8 am to 7 pm, Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm, but students can apply to use the library until 8 pm. There are reading rooms, some which hold up to 35 people and small study rooms accommodate up to seven people. Computers and internet connection are available.


Teaching Rooms and Hospital Affiliation:

  • Teaching rooms affiliated with An-Najah National University are fully equipped in three Ministry of Health-affiliated hospitals.
  • An additional 600 square meters was integrated into the An-Najah National University Hospital building to accommodate activities for the Doctor of Medicine Program.

Conference Halls and Amenities: