Life Sciences Library
Founded in 1823, Canada's first medical library, originally known as the McGill Faculty of Medicine Library, is transforming. A redesign project has been initiated to better meet the needs of students and faculty now and into the future. The library is located in the McIntyre Medical Building, between avenue Dr. Penfield, promenade Sir-William-Osler, avenue des Pins, and rue Peel. More details about the redesign, services and available study space can be found here.
Osler Library of the History of Medicine
Opened in 1929, the Osler Library is the largest history of medicine library in Canada, combining an extensive collection of rare books and primary historical material with secondary literature about the history of medicine and allied fields.
McGill University Affiliated Health Sciences Library Consortium
Founded in the early 1990's, the McGill Affiliated Health Sciences Library Consortium's main purpose is to provide access to information in support of the patient care, education and research mandates of its member institutions, and to facilitate cooperation between member libraries. The affiliated hospital libraries include: