The School of Health Science was established in 2005 as a result of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wanchai Sirichana's comprehensive vision. His ambition was to help Thailand become a center for health and beauty. He also planned to establish the Applied Thai Traditional Medicine Hospital to provide
services and practice areas for students. The hospital uses both conventional and traditional
medicine to heal patients.

MFU celebrated its 17th anniversary in 2015, with 14 schools, 78 programs of study, and 13,813 students. The School of Health Science has 8 programs and 1,362 students. This was also a strong and confident step.

On January 28, 2016, the School of Health Science celebrated its tenth anniversary. It is now time to reflect on the work process and the Witness Seminar's successes and shortcomings. Mr. Apiwat Chaiboonma, Ms. Suparpon Tati, Ms. Eingkamon Kantaros, Ms. Kulwadee Kumpeera, and lect.Daranee Aonchomjun served as facilitators. The seminar was held on November 4, 2015, in the E3 Building's 3rd Floor Meeting Room. The data was obtained from the annual report as well as various public relations media. It was a process that resulted in three periods. 1) establishment of the school 2) expansion and progress 3) making a significant jump towards excellence. According to the School
of Health Science's missions, these findings serve as the foundation for the advancement of teaching, research, services, and cultural strengthening.