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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 circulation for assistance.

Borrowing Books from NEOMED

Anyone may use the Library's print materials while in the Library, however checkout privileges are limited to:

  • Students, faculty (including retired and emeritus faculty), staff and alumni of NEOMED
  • Clinical faculty, staff and non-NEOMED students of the affiliated hospitals should contact their hospital libraries concerning privileges
  • OhioLINK members with a valid I.D.
  • Document delivery services and ILL services are not available to corporate and individual members of the general public. Users from affiliated hospitals must request loans through their own hospital's library.

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

Reference Services

A Reference librarian are available to members of the public between 10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Reference services are available by phoning 330.325.6600, or emailing to schedule a consultation with the librarian. 

Reference services available to the general public:

·         Brief answers to general questions

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

·         Assistance locating reliable medical information and services

Members of the general public are welcome to use The Aneal Mohan Kohli Academic and Information Technology Center during staffed hours.  

Visitors will be asked by Library Staff to exit the Library and the campus no later than 4 p.m. Monday through Friday or earlier as posted.

Directions to Campus

The library is on the second floor of the B building. Members of the public must provide identification, register and get a guest badge at the Reception or Security Desk.


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.