Due to the rapid development of information and medical technology, medical
libraries’ role as a medical resource provider becomes increasingly important and volatile.
However, the purchasing fund of medical libraries fails to catch up with the cost of
medical resources. Forming a consortium to facilitate cooperation and share resources is
an alternative choice for medical libraries. This study focuses on the establishment and
development of the Digital Library Alliance of National Military Hospitals, which consists of
ten national military hospital libraries in Taiwan. Through literature review and secondary
internal data analysis, this study aims to explore the medical libraries consortium home
and abroad and the establishment background, characteristics, and future development of
Digital Library Alliance of National Military Hospitals.