It was Friday, the 20th April, 1973 when people of Larkana witnessed an inauguration ceremony of Chandka Medical College. It was the fourth Medical College of the Province. This was the earnest need of upper Sindh. At the time of independence, there was only one Medical College in the province of Sindh i.e. Dow Medical College, Karachi. In 1951,an other Medical Institution in the of Sindh Medical School came into existence, which later on was converted to Liaquat Medical College, Jamshoro. As both the Medical Colleges were far from upper Sindh, Peoples Particularly the poor had difficulty to go a long way for treatment, so a need for a new college & hospital was long felt to provide the health facility to the area deprived off in the past. Now this college provides facilities not only to upper Sindh but a large adjoining area of Balochistan province and also a part of lower Punjab.