Welcome to the Medical Libraries at Lee Health
We provide current and authoritative medical, nursing, allied health, and healthcare management information, both printed and electronic resources, to Lee Health employees, clinical staff and to the community, from our four locations.
It is the policy of Lee Health to comply with Federal copyright laws, state laws and regulations, licenses, and contractual obligations that control the System's use of copyrighted materials and intellectual property belonging to others. The Lee Health Medical Libraries will comply with the Copyright Law (Title XVII U.S. Code, Chapter 1), including Section 108, Reproduction by Libraries, and Section 107, "Fair Use."
All Document delivery requests and photocopying services are subject to Copyright compliance. Library staff my refuse any request that violates the Copyright law of Lee Health Copyright Policy. Patrons wishing to reproduce a protected work that does not meet the Library Reproduction or Fair Use criteria must obtain permission from the copyright owner.
To determine if you need a permission to use the copyrighted material, use the Exceptions for Instructors in U.S. Copyright Law E-tool from the American Library Association.
American Diabetes Association (ADA) E-Books library has been added to the library resources. It is available on IntraLee, remotely with a password, and as a mobile application. Request remote access from the library.
The Natural Medicines database is now available via Athens
The Library & Business Center opened in the Golisano Children’s Hospital of South West Florida.
NEJM Journal Watch – the new library service.
If you are a member of Lee Health staff and would like to receive the most important research, medical news, drug information, public health alerts, and guidelines from any of 13 specialties summarized and put into perspective every week, register for this service. Contact the medical library at: email@example.com
Natural Medicines database and Culture Vision database are now accessible through Athens. Contact Medical Library to request access to Athens.
A link to medical online library information:
updated: January 12, 2018