Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences UMY’s Muhammadiyah Medical Students’ Activities is an organization for medical students that accommodate various activities, especially in the field of education, international student exchange for profession and research, public health, that is affiliated with Center for Indonesia Medical Students’ Activities (CIMSA) on the national level, and have an international connection through International Federation of Medical Students’ Activities (IFMSA).

Muhammadiyah Medical Students’ Activities was established at 26th December 2002. MMSA is activity based organization for medical students in Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. We have six standing committees they are Medical Education Committee (MECO), Public Health Committee (PHCO), Reproductive Health including AIDS Committee (RACO), Research Exchange Committee (RECO), Human Right and Peace Committee (RPCO) and Student Exchange Committee (SECO). We are affiliated with Center for Indonesian Medical Students’ Activities (CIMSA). And CIMSA is the part of International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA). That means, we have relation with IFMSA. We have so many projects to support our tagline “Empowering Medical Students and Improving Nations Health”, for example International Tropical Medicine Summer School (ITMSS), Save Our Mother To Save Our Generation (Saviour), MMSA In Career Day and General Practitioner Seminar (Mayday GPS), and many more.

Muhammadiyah Medical Students’ Activities (MMSA) as the representative of Center for Indonesia Medical Students’ Activities (CIMSA) becomes a place for students to express their creativity while also widen their knowledge about medical world in various matters with another medical students from all around the world. Muhammadiyah Medical Students’ Activities (MMSA) consist of six different standing committees and each of them pursues different fields, but all of the standing committees have the same ability to facilitate medical students to show their concern and desire to participate in increasing the quality of medical students, who will be doctors with good qualifications in the end.