The Post Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) Library, established in 2003, stands as a pivotal resource center for medical students, professionals, and researchers. This library was inaugurated by Hafiz Hamd Ullah, the  Minister of Health for the Government of Balochistan, reflecting the province’s commitment to advancing medical education and research.

Designed to cater to the needs of its diverse user base, the PGMI Library is divided into two distinct sections: one for male users and another for female users. This segregation ensures a comfortable and conducive environment for all patrons, respecting cultural and social norms.

Equipped with modern amenities, the library offers internet facilities to both sections, enabling students and professionals to access a vast array of online resources, databases, and digital libraries. This connectivity is crucial for staying updated with the latest advancements and research in the medical field.

The library boasts a collection of 300 medical books and journals, covering various specialties. This extensive range of resources supports the diverse academic and clinical needs of its users, providing access to valuable information in fields such as cardiology, neurology, surgery, pediatrics, and more. The availability of these journals is particularly significant for postgraduate students and faculty members engaged in research, offering them access to cutting-edge studies and findings from around the world.

Overall, the PGMI Library serves as a cornerstone of the institute’s educational infrastructure, fostering an environment of learning and innovation. By providing access to essential medical literature and online resources, it plays a crucial role in the professional development of future medical experts in Balochistan.