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Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Medical Library

The Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Medical library is organized to provide access to information and resources to all HMH JFK Health employees, medical staff and students. With its continuously expanding collection of instructional materials and information capabilities, it is indispensable learning resource. It is located on the 2nd floor next to the physicians' lounge. Complete contact information is available on the intranet under Quick Links on the intranet.

All students have access to extensive collection of full-text current electronic nursing books and electronic journals. For seamless access from any in house computer go to JFK Health Home page on Intranet. All digital resources are available for print.

The training includes use of online databases, current periodicals, consumer and nursing collections, electronic media and full-text resources. The library operates an active interlibrary loan program and is a member of several consortia. All users have borrowing privileges and access to photocopying services. The books and electronic media may be borrowed for 3 weeks. Journals and reference materials do not circulate. To meet requirements and receive grades all materials should be returned prior to the last day of classes, school graduation or course withdrawal.

The Library is located on:

Hackensack Meridian JFK Health Campus
65 James Street
Edison, NJ 08818
 

The library is open:

Monday - Friday
7:00am - 3:30pm
 

Access to online material can be accomplished by following the click path: MyLinks/Clinical Patient Care/JFK Medical Center Library.

UNION COUNTY COLLEGE LIBRARY

The Union County College Libraries serve as the major learning resource of the College. Library holdings total more than 130,000 volumes, over 300 periodical subscriptions, and over 3,000 videos and DVDs. In addition, the Libraries provide access to nearly 30,000 of full text journals, newspapers and reference sources via the Library’s website. The Library’s Web site includes virtual tours, staff information, study guides, instruction modules, and links to dozens of resources that can be accessed on campus or from home.

The Kenneth Campbell MacKay Library on the Cranford Campus contains the major reference and research collections of the College. The libraries on the Elizabeth and Plainfield Campuses serve as the learning resource centers on those campuses, with collections and services geared toward the specific programs offered at those campuses. Students have access to the total holdings of the College Libraries. Materials can be borrowed from or returned to any campus by intercampus deliver on one-day notice. www.ucc.edu