The Students of the Department of Public Health of American International University–Bangladesh (AIUB) visited Dhamrai Upazila Health Complex, located in Savar, Dhaka on 19th February 2014. The purpose of the visit was to acquaint students with the types of health and family planning services, mechanism of delivering services, monitoring and assurance of quality of the services provided by a healthcare organization and allow them to approach their area of study in a hands-on experiential manner and combining theory with real-life experience. On arrival at the Upazila Health complex, the Upazila Health and Family Planning Officer (UHFPO) Dr. Abul Kalam Azad and Upazila Family Planning Officer Mr. Mehbub Morshed received us and gave us a warm welcome on behalf of the authority. The Health Complex is primarily meant for serving local people for both general health and family planning services under the leadership of a UHFPO (Upazila Health and Family Planning Officer).A contingent of 43 MBBS Doctors, 16 Sub-Assistant Community Medical Officers (SACMO), 9 Pharmacists, 4 Health Inspectors, One Sanitary Inspector and 48 Health Assistants provides health and family planning services including motivation at the field level.  The SACMO and FWVs organizes Satellite Clinic at the village level three days a week by rotation. The Health complex has the facility of conducting caesarian delivery, tubectomy and vasectomy. It also has a Maternal and Child Welfare Centre (MCWC). The Officials of Dhamrai Upazila Health Complex were very cordial in explaining their activities. We visited various departments including Emergency, Indoor, Outdoor, OT, X-ray Laboratory, Pharmacy and Immunization facility and later on in a briefing session Dr. Abul Kalam Azad (UHFPO and officer-in-charge) and Mr. Mehbub Morshed (UFPO) explained about the different stages of the treatment and family planning services, documentation process and training available for the personnel working there. He also explained how the health complex is  being managed and how the services are being provided in a patient friendly manner. The students were accompanied by Dr. Mohammad Aurangzeb, Program Officer, MPH Program and all the USAID Fellows working at AIUB.