The rooms at the Preston Medical Library may be reserved by UT Graduate School of Medicine (UT GSM) and UT Medical Center (UTMC) team members who have a UTMC-issued photo identification badge. Priority is given to reservations for educational purposes. The computer lab will only be booked for groups who need to use the computers for training. The computer lab cannot be booked for standard meeting space.
The Preston Medical Libraries Joellen S. Fordham Conference Room is available for UT Graduate School of Medicine and UT Medical Center use. The room will comfortably seat 22 people. Pre-boxed meals may be served, but buffet-style meals may not be served.
The Rolland Regester Computer Lab is available for UT Graduate School of Medicine and UT Medical Center team member users, has 14 computers, a podium with teaching computer, ceiling mounted projector and the entire front wall is a dry erase board. The computer lab may be scheduled for classes. Reservations for full day events will require a 1.5 hour lunch break to allow for general computing. Software includes Microsoft Office applications. Installation of software for special training events must be scheduled several weeks in advance.
There are three study rooms located in the library that can be reserved by UT Graduate School of Medicine and UT Medical Center team member users. Each room includes a table, eight chairs and one wall that can be used as a whiteboard. The study room is an ideal location for meeting with a small group.
Computers Available for Checkout
The library has four laptop computers and four LCD Projectors that may be checked out by UT Graduate School of Medicine and UT Medical Center team members. Contact the library for details at 865-305-9525 or via email
Subject to Availability
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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1924 Alcoa Highway
Knoxville, Tennessee 37920 | 865-305-9290
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