To check out or renew items from the library, go to the Access Services desk.
|Resource||Borrowing Period||Resource Notes|
|Books||28 days||1 renewal|
|Journals||3 days||1 renewal|
|Computers||2 hours||Longer borrowing periods can be accommodated during service hours.|
|Chargers||2 hours||Longer borrowing periods can be accommodated during service hours.|
|Headphones||2 hours||Longer borrowing periods can be accommodated during service hours.|
|Recorders for Cooke and Nevins Auditorium||Overnight|
|Reserve Collection||Varies: Access Services will provide you with specifics when you request the item.|
*Circulation of journals is subject to current policies or restrictions.
Overdue items will incur a fee. See Fines and Fees for more information. If you have any further questions, go to the Access Services desk or call 914-594-4200.
You have two ways to renew borrowed items:
NOTE: Books obtained via interlibrary loan can be renewed by calling the ILL department at (914) 594-4200 before the due date. Renewals are approved at the discretion of the lending library.
In order to obtain articles that the library does not own, you must place your request through ILLiad, an electronic system used for Interlibrary Loan services. To learn more about Interlibrary Loan, check out our guide here.
Please contact Access Services at 914-594-4200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions regarding InterLibrary Loan.
Are you looking for scholarly health information but don't have access to a medical library? Our Document Delivery service can help!
Document Delivery is a document ordering system which allows users to request and obtain articles, book chapters, proceedings and more.
Document Delivery is open to users who do not have an active NYMC login. Current NYMC students, residents, faculty and staff should use ILLiad for interlibrary loan and document delivery requests. Take advantage of our large collection of health science related resources for your research needs!
Faculty and large groups can reserve our classrooms in two hour periods with approval from the library director. Otherwise it is open for quiet study. Rooms 108 and 109 are located on the main level in the back of the library. Room 108 seats approximately 10 people. It has 8 student computers and one instructor computer, which is connected to the television monitor at the front of the room. Room 109 seats approximately 25 people and has one computer connected to an LCD projector.
Three rooms are available for group study or meetings and may be booked no more than 24 hours in advance for up to two hours at a time. Rooms 106 and Room 107 are located on the main level in the back of the library. Room B104 is located at the back of the lower level of the library.
The Anatomage Table is a 3D human anatomy system which allows users to visualize anatomy exactly as they would on a fresh cadaver. The system is a fully interactive, life-sized touch screen experience in operatory bed form. The Table allows for exploration and learning of human anatomy beyond what any cadaver could offer. The Anatomage Room is located adjacent to the Health Sciences Library. For more information, you can watch the tutorial videos here.
NOTE: Once reserved, a badge to open the room and instructions for use of the Anatomage Table can be checked out at the library circulation desk and must be returned within two hours. Reservations for more than two hours require a special permission form.
To reserve a room, follow these simple steps:
In Person or Over the Phone