NUS Libraries - Medical Library

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The Medical Library

The Medical Library is part of the NUS Libraries.  It is the oldest Special Library whose origin can be traced back to 1905 when the Straits and Federated Malay States Government Medical School was set up (for a History of the Medical Library, see the July 1995 (pg. 6) issue of LINUS, NUS Libraries newsletter)


The Medical Library serves primarily the:

In addition to the University students and staff, the Library is also used by hospital doctors, health-services personnel, general practitioners, medical officers of the Armed Forces and personnel attached to various government departments, official bodies and scientific organisations.

 




Content updated on 01 Jun 2016

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