#tbt: The Flower-Fifth Avenue Hospital Library, circa 1950

As students at New York Medical College’s three schools arrive on campus to begin the 2019-2020 academic year, the Health Sciences Library stands ready to provide information resources to patrons throughout the College community. Library services at the College date back to the nineteenth century; shown here are researchers hard at work . . . → Read More: #tbt: The Flower-Fifth Avenue Hospital Library, circa 1950

School of Medicine Course & Clerkship Pages

New this year: Access your required and recommended course resources in one place. The Health Sciences Librarians have worked with your instructors to ensure that you have easy access to the required and recommended resources for your core School of Medicine courses. The pages also feature additional study resources, vetted by your instructors, and links . . . → Read More: School of Medicine Course & Clerkship Pages

New Books: July/August 2019

Select newly added HSL titles. A full list of new titles can be found online.

Larone’s medically important fungi: a guide to identification, by Thomas J. Walsh, et al.

 

“Davise H. Larone is well known as the originator of the book that many readers have come to rely upon for assistance in the . . . → Read More: New Books: July/August 2019

The New York Medical College Archives

The history of New York Medical College dates back to its founding in 1860 under the leadership of poet and journalist William Cullen Bryant. This rich history is documented in the New York Medical College Archives. Housed in the Health Sciences Library under the management of the Archivist & Digital Preservation Librarian, the Archives collects . . . → Read More: The New York Medical College Archives

New Library Website and Search Features Celebration!

Yes! The library has redesigned and upgraded its website. Come celebrate this milestone with us on Aug. 9, at 12pm in the MEC Lobby. We will be on hand to show you how to navigate the site to find what you need, and EBSCO will be available to answer any questions about our new Discovery . . . → Read More: New Library Website and Search Features Celebration!