Due to COVID-19, the library service is not staffed from Friday 20th March 2019. A virtual service is being provided by staff working from home. Trust staff still have 24/7 access
Main library, Mon-Fri: 09:00-17:00.Hotdesking room open 24/7 to those with network access. If access needed through library staff, then only accessible 09:00-17:00.
Library membership is open to: employees, volunteers and bank staff of Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and students on placement, CSU staff, and patients at Moseley Hall Hospital.
Over 1400 books specialising in geriatric medicine and rehabilitation, and also general areas of medicine, nursing and health. The collection covers topics outside health and medicine too, including material on computing skills, management, sociology, and general work skills. Special collections include Fiction; Wellbeing; Reminiscence; and leisure CDs and DVDs.
1,400 books kept in the main library, which also has a work area for readers.,We also have a camcorder, laptops, projector and screen for loan to registered users.
The hotdesking room has 6 pcs for use with internet access and access to software for presentations, word processing and spreadsheeting.
Library fully accessible to prams and wheelchairs via the main entrance. Hotdesking room is on the first floor immediately above the ground floor main library. It is accessible by lift.
Shared Koha system across 22 libraries in Birmingham, Solihull and the Black Country (also known as BASE). Can be accessed at http://www.base-library.nhs.uk.
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