Founded in 1944, Chengde Medical University library gradually expanded along with the university's development. The university library provides various services and resources to support the research and educational activities of the university students and staff. The total building area of the university library is 18,473 m². The library holds 560,100 print books, 157,700 electronic books, 826 kinds of journals, 1,500 kinds of overdue periodicals, and 56 kinds of newspapers. The library also provides various kinds of Medical databases.
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