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About the Library


There are photocopiers and printers available for use. B&W copies/prints are $0.05. Color copies/prints are $0.12. Please ask at the Help Desk for assistance.

Borrowing Materials from NEOMED

Anyone may use the library's print and electronic materials while on-site, however checkout privileges are limited to those affiliated with NEOMED, and members of other OhioLINK institutions (with a valid I.D).

You can request to borrow some NEOMED Library materials through your local public library using Search Ohio.

Off-campus access to electronic resources is only available to NEOMED faculty, staff, and students.

Reference Services

Reference services are available by phoning 330.325.6600, or emailing to schedule an appointment.

Reference services include:

·         Brief answers to general questions

·         Access and use of all library resources while visiting the library

·         Assistance locating reliable medical information and services

Please know that we cannot interpret medical test results, diagnoses or treatment options for you, but we can help you find information about them.

Visitors to NEOMED are welcome to use The Aneal Mohan Kohli Academic and Information Technology Center Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. We encourage you to contact the library (330-325-6600) to set up an appointment so that library staff are available to assist you during your visit. All visitors to NEOMED campus must enter through the Main Entrance and sign in at the Visitor's desk, your photo ID is required.

NEOMED's campus is located at 4209 State Route 44, Rootstown, OH 44272. 

Directions to Campus

Guest parking is available near the main campus entrance. All visitors who are not affiliated with NEOMED must sign in at the Visitor’s desk, an escort to the library will be arranged.


Information provided by the Aneal Mohan Kohli Academic and Information Technology Center  is for educational purposes only, and is not intended as advice for treatment options or to diagnose medical conditions. Librarians cannot interpret medical information or provide medical advice. Questions of this nature should be directed to a personal healthcare provider or the county health department.