Resources for Phoenix

Arizona Health Sciences Library at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus

The library is a joint-use facility located within the Health Sciences Education Building. The library is designed primarily for the needs of students, staff and faculty of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix and Northern Arizona University College of Health and Human Services programs in Phoenix.

Library resources

Anatomical models guide

Health sciences databases & resources A-Z

Health Science Books

Health Science E-textbooks

Search E-journals

Interlibrary Loan

Research guides

Information & resources for UA COM Phoenix

Scholarly Project resources

Suggested Book List: Clerkship

Suggested Book List: Pre-Clerkship

Public health resources

Nursing

Pharmacy

Community Health Initiative - Phoenix (CHIP)

Global health students

How to conduct a systematic review

AMA style guide

COM Phoenix Librarians

Naomi Bishop, MLIS
Health Sciences Librarian
Phoenix Biomedical Campus, A347      
Phone: 602-827-2340
nbishop@email.arizona.edu

David Bickford, MSLS
Director, Arizona Health Sciences Library
Phoenix Biomedical Campus, A344
Phone: 602-827-2407
dbickford@email.arizona.edu

 

Hours of operation 

Main phone: 602-827-2062

Service Desk Hours:

 

Monday – Friday

8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday

9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Holiday Hours (PDF)

Vary

Community Visitor Policy (PDF)
Visitors please call ahead of visit
602-827-2062

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday

 

 

Borrowing information

Students, Staff, and Faculty of the University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix, other University of Arizona colleges and programs at Phoenix Biomedical Campus, and Northern Arizona University College of Health and Human Services at the PBC campus may borrow from the library.  Books are labeled on the spine with borrowing status.

Reference books are In-Library Use Only

Reserve books have a 7-day check out loan period

Circulating books have a 28-day loan period and with automatic renewals

 

Study rooms

  • Study rooms are provided on a first-come, first serve basis to all populations enrolled in classes in the Health Sciences Education Building.

  • Rooms are not available for reservation and cannot be claimed for use later in the day.

  • Items left behind for more than an hour may be removed and held at the library front desk in order to make the study room available to other users.

  • Study room users should choose rooms of appropriate size for the number of people studying together.

  • During times of peak occupancy, single occupants and small groups may be asked to relocate to smaller rooms if their rooms are needed for larger groups.

  • The library’s policies on food and noise apply within study rooms.  No eating is allowed, and drinks must be in closed containers.  All personal items and trash should be removed before leaving.

  • The Library is not responsible for personal property left in study rooms. Students should use the lockers on the second floor of the HSEB for storage of all items that are valuable or difficult to replace.

 

 

Last updated Jan 18, 2019 by blakisto