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Medical Library

The Library serves as the School of Medicine's information gateway to over 700,000 electronic journals, over 1,400 electronic textbooks, over 80 biomedical databases and more.

The mission of the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Library is to provide exemplary library and information services to support the education, research and patient care programs of the School of Medicine, and to provide high quality health information to the people of South Carolina.

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Collection

Library users are able to access electronic resources onsite or remotely if they are affiliated with the School of Medicine. The Medline database may be accessed via PubMed or Ovid.

Other databases available via the Library website:

  • AccessMedicine
  • ClinicalKey
  • The Cochrane Library
  • Essential Evidence Plus
  • Micromedex
  • PsychiatryOnline
  • Web of Science Core Collection

The Library’s print collection consists of more than 68,000 volumes.

Community Outreach

The Library is involved in outreach initiatives at the local, regional and national level. 

The Center for Disability Resources (CDR) Library, which is a special collection focusing on developmental disabilities, is one of the largest collections of its kind in the country. Anyone in the U.S. can check out materials from this collection. For more information, email Steve Wilson or call 803-216-3206.

To talk to the library about a possible partnership or community project contact Roz McConnaughy at Roz McConnaughy or 803-216-3214.