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MMCi: Clinical Informatics: Using the Library

Resources for the Duke MMCI program

Need a Book or an Article That's NOT Available Online?

Free delivery of books and PDF copies of articles that are available in print format at the Library.

Note: There is a charge for articles that we have to borrow from other libraries.



Other Services

Study Carrels and Rooms are available for individual or group study. First come, first served.

Student groups can reserve a large conference room for study or meetings after 5 PM on weekdays. Call (919) 660-1100 to reserve room.

Computers & Other Equipment: In addition to numerous computers (which require Duke Medicine ID and password for access):

  • Color scanning can be done from the self-service copiers at no charge.  Machines are located on the 2nd and 3rd levels. You will need a USB drive for storing the images.  USB drives are available for sale at the service desk.
  • Library printers are available
  • We have mobile flat screen panels that can be wheeled around for use anywhere within the facility. First come, first served.


Library Hours

The Medical Center Library is staffed from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, Monday - Friday; study spaces are available 24/7.

Your Duke ID card is required for after hours and weekend access.

Questions? (919) 660-1100 or email us at

Directions & Parking

Duke University Medical Center Library

For directions and maps to the library, click here.

Parking @ the library:

Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
Free parking is almost impossible M - F, 8-5. It's usually best to take a Duke shuttle bus, or park at one of the patient parking decks and pay the hourly rate.

After Hours and Weekends
The safest places to park are in parking garages 1 and 2; see the Duke transporation Web page for fees and hours.

You can frequently park in gated lots after hours IF you have a Duke parking permit.

Don't park in any reserved spots! You may get a ticket!

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