Library

Army Medical College is home to a state-of-the-art and modern academic library, serving a large number of undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty members. The library is air conditioned and spacious, spreading over 10,000 sq feet with a seating capacity for more than 150 readers and provides the latest medical books and journals to its members. This Library provides a “gateway” for the students and researchers to access various resources in a research oriented environment with a well stocked and up-to-date reference section and online information services. It has a collection of over 24,000 books and 54 personal computers with access to internet and HEC Digital Library for all members. Lib also receives 50 foreign / local medical journals of repute. World Health Organization’s (WHO) publication are also available in the library. It also has an access to the HEC Digital Library that provides full text access to 35,000 journals and 45,000 books.

AM College library contains an in-depth collection of high value research material.Beside medical literature, a substantial number of books on General Knowledge, Sociology, Psychology, Religion and Fiction are also available. This library is managed by a team of dedicated, qualified and experienced staff, committed to providing quality service to the members.

Vision & Mission

To encourage, support and enable teaching, research and learning in an environment that values self-worth and intellectual inquiry.
To provide the collections, services and physical environment to satisfy intellectual curiosity and information needs in all the areas of medical disciplines which are part of the undergraduate and post graduate curricula.

Facilities

Scanning Facility: One scanner is available in the library for scanning purpose.
Borrowing: All the registered users of NUMS are entitled to borrow books. Lending privileges differ for various categories. Please enquire at the Circulation desk.
Reference: Library provides efficient and reliable reference services under the supervision of professional staff. Users may have their addressed through queries telephone call or e-mail to the Library Officer.
Reader advisory: Twenty two Personal Computers are also available in the college library for browsing internet /online databases of Higher Education Commissions Digital Library.

HEC Digital Library
Hinari Database
Hinari Programme set up by WHO to gain access to one of the world's largest collections of biomedical and health literature. Up to 20,000 journals, up to 64,000 e-books, up to 110 other information resources are now available to health institutions in more than 125 countries, areas and territories benefiting many thousands of health workers and researchers, and in turn, contributing to improve world health. Click here to access Hinari database.