Circulation privileges are extended to any UT Graduate School of Medicine faculty or staff member, UT Medical Center staff member, area practicing physician, UT faculty/staff, UT Students or subscribers. The library is also participating in the TBR/UT Borrowers Card project which provides borrowing privileges to eligible faculty and students state-wide. Circulating materials may be borrowed for a two-week period. Non-circulating materials may be made available as needed for special situations (slides, presentations, etc.) The library's journals do not circulate .
To check out materials, please bring the item to any staff member at the information desk. All materials are due back in two weeks from the date of check out. Items may be renewed over the phone 865-305-9525. Renewal may be denied if someone else has requested a hold on the item.
Reserve materials may be placed in the library for in-house use only, in order to support the teaching program. This guarantees availability and equal access for everyone.
Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Card allows state-wide borrowing of books by students/professors/staff. This card, issued by a student's or professor's home institution, authorized the holder to borrow library materials from any library of 29 state institutions of higher education, community colleges to four-year-plus universities.
Preston Medical Library is participating in the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) & University of Tennessee (UT) Libraries reciprocal borrowing agreement. UTGSM and UT Medical Center leased employees can now register for a TBR/UT Borrowers Card and borrow books from any participating state institution library. In return, the Preston Medical Library will loan books to staff or students from participating state institutions.
1924 Alcoa Hwy
Knoxville, TN 37920
The Library is proud to host routine events such as the Human-Animal Bond in Tennessee (H.A.B.I.T.) stress-reduction dog visits and Literary Rounds: Where Medicine Mingles with the Muse. Both programs support complementary and alternative initiatives at UT Medical Center and the UT Graduate School of Medicine’s narrative medicine curriculum.
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