Libraries
Greenfield Medical Library

Greenfield Medical Library

Welcome to Greenfield Medical Library - supporting the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and providing library services for Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust staff.

 

Library updates  |  Opening times  |  Visiting  |  What's available?  |  Access  |  Help

Library updates

News and updates

University Mental Health Day - two weeks of awareness

Description
From 4 - 15 March, the University of Nottingham are running a range of activities and events to support University Mental Health Day.
Date:
1 March 2024

Contact the Library Helpline via phone, email or Live Chat. Library status

 

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Opening times

Last entry to the library is 15 minutes before the advertised library closing time. Library closing procedures are announced by tannoy.

Opening hours

DayLibrary and help desk
Monday - Friday

8am - 9.45pm

Saturday

9am - 5pm

Sunday

9.30am - 5.45pm

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Visiting the library

Location

Greenfield Medical Library
A Floor
Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham
NG7 2UH

Help and support

Library essentials

  • Bring your University Card or Library Card for entrance. What if I forget my card?
  • If you are NUH Trust staff and require library membership please email library@nuh.nhs.uk
  • Hot food should be eaten outside the library.
  • Please don't leave your belongings unattended, keep them with you at all times.
 
 
 

Take a look inside


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What's available in the library?

Facilities and study space

Browse the library and book locations using the interactive map.

The following services are available in the library:

  • Assistive Technology Room
  • Book returns box - outside the library entrance
  • Click and Collect - request items on NUsearch for collection from the library's reservations shelf
  • Help desk - staff are available to help with any queries
  • Headphones (with microphone) - available to borrow for up to three hours. Please ask Library staff.
  • Laptop loans - for up to three hours use within the library
  • Print, copy and scan - print from any university PC or use mobile print
  • Self-service machines - borrow and return books
  • Study space - including individual, silent and group study space (book in advance or drop-in)
  • Wellbeing notice board - useful information about unviersity support services

The nearest Multi-Faith Centre (including Chapel, Mosque Mandir, Gurdwara and Synagogue) can be found in D18 on D Floor (East Block) of the QMC. View a map of D Floor

 

Books and locations

Greenfield Medical Library is home to subject resources for the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences as well as titles from our leisure reading collection.

You can search our collections using the library discovery tool, NUsearch

Not sure where to start? Take a look at our subject guides to discover the key resources for your subject area including books, journals, databases and more.

Discover our collections

 

Access

Access to the library is via the Main Entrance or Car Park entrance.

If accessing the library via the Car Park entrance, access is by University Card only after 6.30pm on weekdays and all day on Saturday and Sunday.

Find information about visiting the library on AccessAble.

Greenfield Medical Library has:

  • door access via ramp to front door of Medical School
  • accessible unisex WC
  • low level service point
  • Hearing Loop situated at reception desk

Access plans

Plans showing emergency exits and refuges

Help and support
 
 

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Help and support

Contact Library staff

  • Library staff (wearing blue lanyards) will be happy to answer any questions about our libraries.
  • Email Greenfield Medical Library at enquiries-gml@nottingham.ac.uk
  • For general library queries, please contact the Library Helpline by email, phone or Live Chat.

Too noisy?

If you are finding it difficult to study because of noise disruption, please let Library staff know.

You can message the library on WhatsApp at 07766 993541.

Health and wellbeing

A Healthy U wellbeing notice board is available in the library. This includes information about support services at the university.

Report and supportGuide to wellbeing support at the university (PDF)

 

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King's Meadow Campus
Lenton Lane
Nottingham, NG7 2NR

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