University School of Medicine
Medical Library & Peyton T. Anderson
Learning Resources Center
The Medical Library &Peyton T. Anderson
Learning Resource Center supports the independent learning activities of Mercer
University School of Medicine (MUSM) students, faculty and residents. In
addition, the LRC serves as a unique resource for the Bibb County community.
The library provides a collection of biomedical books, journals, databases,
Internet resources, university publications and various special collections.
The LRC provides models, simulators, charts, skeletons, bone boxes, radiograph
files, plastinated and other specimens and computer labs. Full borrowing
privileges are extended to faculty, staff, students, and residents of MUSM.
Community members may use materials only while in the library.
Will C. Sealy History of Medicine Collection (located in the Sealy Room on the
first floor in the Medical Library) and the Mercer University School of
Medicine Archives house historical and archival materials. The Sealy Library
collects and makes available books and other items which foster a broader
understanding of worldwide medical and scientific history. It includes
histories of medical organizations and clinical disciplines, early medical
textbooks, and biographies of individuals who are significant in the history of
medicine. Areas of particular focus include early Georgia medicine, the medical
education of primary care physicians in Georgia, and the health of Georgia
citizens. Staffed by the Medical School Library reference department, the Will
C. Sealy Library provides complete reference services for historical research,
including answering questions and providing bibliographic searches, citation
verifications and interlibrary loans. The Mercer University School of Medicine
Archives collects and makes available original materials related to the
founding and history of the Mercer School of Medicine. Types of materials
collected include yearbooks, bulletins, correspondence, committee minutes,
newspaper clippings, photographs, videotapes, and oral history recordings.
Reference service is available by appointment with the School of Medicine
archivist. Questions? Please contact Miriam Hudgins at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (478)
Mercer Medical Library
& LRC is proud to participate in the following professional organizations: