Mahidol University specializes in the health sciences, with various medical research programs and treatment innovations, and provides knowledge about health to the Thai people. Each year, the University produces many medical graduates, such as doctors, nurses, and paramedical staff. Mahidol University operates 8 hospitals providing healthcare services for all diseases. Between 2020 – 2021, the hospitals treated 11,766,282 outpatients, 284,931 inpatients, and 1,094,908 dental patients. Mahidol also supported medical treatment fees of 4,213,371,169.45 baht for poor patients, to reduce inequality and increase access to medical care. Mahidol University has a variety of specialized disease centers, such as a Stroke Center, Kidney Center, and Cancer Center. The University has driven many projects to promote a healthy lifestyle and organized educational events and conferences about various diseases, such as the activities included in World AIDS Day, World Cancer Day, and World Obesity Day with the correct exercise programs and methods. Furthermore, Mahidol University has established Mahidol University’s Counseling Center, “MU Friends”, to provide mental-health counseling and other supports to students and the public. The Adolescent Clinic counsels young people about the teenage problems that arise as they enter adolescence, such as drug addiction and sex-related matters. The University also provides sports facilities and fitness centers for students and staff. Mahidol University is a smoke-free university that participates in a campaign to educate people about the negative impacts of smoking and persuade people to stop smoking for better health. Mahidol University is a leader and role model in the ASEAN University Network -Health Promotion Network (AUN-HPN), for the purpose of health promotion in the ASEAN region, sharing knowledge, skills and resources to develop innovative solutions to common health challenges in the region.