About Sunrise Health System
Library Hours of Operation: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday - Friday
Sunrise Hospital’s Health System Library and Office of Continuing Medical Education is located in the administration wing directly across the hall from the Auditorium. The Sunrise Health System Library provides pertinent and current research information resources and services concerning healthcare and related subjects through the use of varied media and technology for the use of the hospital’s professional and general personnel and in support of the education, teaching, patient care and self-enrichment needs of those personnel. The Sunrise Health System Library’s resources and services are also available to the public. Library hours are between 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, with 24-hour access available to medical staff and employees using the identification badge system. The Sunrise Health System Library maintains a collection of current medical literature, including 200+ journal titles, 1000+ textbooks, specialized CD-ROM databases, current ready reference section, audiovisuals and electronic format materials. Services provided by the Sunrise Health System Library include: maintaining AV equipment for educational purposes and meetings, providing copies articles, literature search requests, interlibrary loan services, and provides current price and availability of book and journal inquiries for hospital departments and members of the medical staff.
The Office of Continuing Medical Education is accredited through the Nevada State Medical Association and provides members of the medical staff with a program of regularly scheduled continuing education programs which have been approved for AMA Physicians’ Recognition Award Category 1 credit by the Education and Library Committee. Programs are developed to meet the specified educational needs of the medical staff, but are open to other health care professionals in the Las Vegas area.
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