Mayo Clinic Libraries serves Mayo Clinic and Mayo Clinic Health System, providing extensive research, clinical care and education resources to staff and students with collections that cover the entirety of clinical medicine, nursing, biomedical research, medical humanities and related fields, including administration and management of health care.
The Mayo Clinic Libraries system contains an extensive collection of traditional journals and books comprising around 400,000 archival volumes. Mayo employees and students have access to approximately 4,800 journals, with a subset of about 4,300 electronic journals and over 1,800 electronic textbooks and search tools. Desktop access on a 24/7 basis to the Mayo Digital Library is available at over 50,000 institutional workstations at all Mayo sites.
Services and collections are offered in 16 professionally staffed, central libraries and archives on Mayo's campuses in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona; Jacksonville, Florida; Rochester, Minnesota; and at selected locations in Mayo Clinic Health System.
The breadth and depth of these resources and their integration using comprehensive online management systems makes the Mayo Clinic Libraries among the most comprehensive in North America. Mayo Clinic Libraries has supported collaboration and innovation in medicine since 1907.
Jan. 03, 2017