Kevin F. O'Brien Health Sciences Library
" The Kevin F. O'Brien Library was dedicated October 1, 1974, in memory of Kevin F. O'Brien, M.D., whose knowledge, dedication and perseverance will inspire many to share his selfless commitment to others."
Dr. Kevin F. O'Brien a Marquette hematologist, was the organizing force behind the development of the Library. After Dr. O'Brien's death, in a Lake Superior boating accident, his colleagues at Marquette General named the library in his memory. The commemorative plaque in the Library states "The Kevin F. O'Brien Library dedicated October 1, 1974, in memory of Kevin F. O'Brien, M.D., whose knowledge, dedication and perseverance will inspire many to share his selfless commitment to others."
To assure access to knowledge based information that will enhance and improve individual and organizational performance in patient care, governance, management and support processes.
We aim to fulfill the mission by: Building and maintaining a current, authoritative collection of print materials and other resources pertinent to the clinical, educational, administrative programs and activities of the Hospital.
Providing services necessary to meet clinical and managerial information needs of our staff. Such services include ready reference, computerized literature searches, document delivery and interlibrary loans, and current awareness services.
Library is open 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
- Nursing Supervisor
- Security Officers Through Operator 'O' for access
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Access & Borrowing Privileges
The Kevin F. O'Brian Health Sciences Library is open to area and regional physicians, staff and employees of UP Health System - Marquette and authorized persons.
All staff and employees must present current ID to check out library materials or request services. Students from affiliated universities or colleges have on-site-use only privilege.
NON REFERENCE BOOKS circulate for 4 weeks with 3 renewals.
REFERENCE BOOKS circulate overnight with library staff approval.
JOURNALS do not circulate.
- Catalog Books and Journals
Its primary function is to help clinicians
identify the best available evidence with which to answer clinical questions. Its roots are firmly in the world of evidence-based medicine
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