PsychLit, MSDS, various indexes


patient/family education materials

drug information

MEDLINE, CINAHL, Clinical Evidence & EBM resources, and full-text books and journals


dx, tx, and drug information


First Gov

Dict. Am Nav Fighting Ships

Naval History Info Center

Where to Find Military Information

Defense Link

Oz Reef Residents Index

Alice's Hot Links

Guam Virtual Medical Library

WHAT Do You Want To Know?
What's New? What Was New Contact Librarian
Journals In A-100 Journals, Textbooks,
Databases in Ovid
Bib: Identification of
Skeletal Remains
Clinical Digital Library Consumer Health Information Crew's Library
Medical Library What's Happening On Guam US NavHosp,
Guam History

The More You Know The Better You Heal

What's New?
There have been changes to the TeleLibrary access. You may be limited to .mil computers with CAC cards.

For an intersting way to look at PubMed search results check out CluterMed.

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What Was New

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Contact Librarian
You can contact Ms Hadley by:

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Voice: 1 (671) 344-9250
Fax: 1 (671) 344-9290
Snail mail:
US Naval Hospital, Guam
PSC 490 Box 7747
FPO, AP 96538-1649

She is usually at the physical library in A-100 Monday through Friday 0800-1230 and afternoons from 1300-1630. The libraries are closed weekends, holidays, and when Ms Hadley is on leave.

Journals In A-100
Here is a list of all the paper medical journals we have housed in A-100. It is an alphabetical listing showing the earliest volume (year) that we have on-hand.
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Journals, Textbooks, Databases in Ovid
Here is a list of links directly to the textbooks, journals, and databases available to us in Ovid.

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Bibliography on Identification of
Sex and Age Skeletal Remains
Resources for identifying the age and sex of human skeletal remains.

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Clinical Digital Library
The Clinical Digital Library is designed to give you fast asccess to patient care knowledge-based information by providing "deep-links" to the contents of electronic resources avvailable on the World Wide Web. It links to both free and subscription services.

These links are the most current ones; whenever I hear of a change I update these immediately. See Ms Hadley if you need access information to the subscription sites.

The Library is a research project of the Schools of Library and Information Science at the Universities of Alabama and North Texas.
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The CDL is open 24/7.

Consumer Health Information
Links to quality filtered Consumer Health Information for patients and family members is available at MEDLINEplus and in the Clinical Digital Library.
Crew's Library
The Crew's (AKA General) Library has been closed. A Paperback Book Exchange (bring one-take-one, in-patients do not need to bring a trade-in) is available in the Medical Library.
Medical Library
The physical Medical Library is a professional library for the use of the medical staff, UOG nursing students, other health care professionals on Guam & in Micronesia, & patients with an "Information Prescription" from their healthcare provider. It contains paper collections of medical textbooks (~900) and journals (75 - many of the clinical titles in Abridged Index Medicus) and access to online datbases and resources. The library, located in A-100, is open when Ms Hadley is there. Regular hours are: Monday through Friday 0800-1630. The library is closed weekends, holidays, and when Ms Hadley is on leave. In a medical emmergency a staff member may get the COD to let them in.
What's Happening on Guam
This page has the latest I know on UOG Planetarium shows, celestial events, plays, concerts, art exhibits, boonie stomps, and other things I think might be of interest. Please let me know if you hear of something you think your shipmates might find interesting.

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US Naval Hospital, Guam History
Navy Medicine has been on Guam since 1899. Here is a little of our background and heritage. If you have anything to add please email me.
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This page was revised by Alice Hadley on 19 September 2005.
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