The Homer Gage Library was founded at the Memorial Hospital in the mid 1920's. Named after the hospital's first chief of surgery, the Homer Gage Library has served physicians, residents, student nurses, staff and the public for over 80 years. Today, the library is a branch library of the Lamar Soutter Library on University Campus which supplies staff and resources, including over 40,000 online periodicals. Homer Gage, located in the "A" Building by the Amphitheater and Cafeteria, offers a small collection of basic medical and nursing textbooks, selected periodicals for browsing, and computers to access online resources. Staff from the Lamar Soutter Library cover the Homer Gage Library traditionally on Tuesday mornings and Thursday afternoons. If no staff member is in attendance when you visit, use the house phone, located at the main desk, to call the Library Service Point at Lamar Soutter and ask to speak to a librarian directly Monday through Friday 9:00 to 5:00.
The newly renovated Homer Gage Library is open in its new location across from the Amphitheater entrance.
From the main hospital entrance on the Ground Floor:
Walk straight ahead until you reach the “E” elevator. Take the elevator up one level to the First Floor and walk toward the cafeteria. You will see a sign for the Cafeteria on the right and the Library and Amphitheater on the left. Turn left and walk toward the round amphitheater wall; you will see the library entrance on your right.
From the employee entrance under the blue awning in the back of the hospital:
Turn right and walk until you see a sign for the Cafeteria on the right and the Library and Amphitheater on the left. Turn left and walk toward the round amphitheater wall; you will see the library entrance on your right.
The Homer Gage Library is located in "A" Building, level 1, across from the Amphitheater and near the Cafeteria. Access is available 24 hours/day via badge access and is open to all users 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.