Anna Beth Morgan, Executive Director
Kelly Arp, Acquisitions/Electronic Resources Librarian
Kathryn Balek, Cataloger/Librarian
Leslie Hassett, Public Services Librarian
Email: hassett.leslie@ mayo.edu
Tamra Kirk, Cataloger/Librarian
Larry Prokop, Public Services Librarian
Erica Ross, Access Services Manager
Julie Taylor, Outreach Librarian
Plummer Library is the largest of Mayo’s private staff libraries with extensive resources, services and spaces available for onsite study and research. The Plummer Library acquires current resources, primarily electronic, which support the clinical, research, educational, and administrative needs of Mayo employees and students. Subject coverage includes the entirety of medicine and all subspecialties, research and methodological literature, nursing and allied health literature, and health administration and management literature. The traditional and electronic collections emphasize current, point-of-care needs and include over 4,000 electronic journals and hundreds of databases and electronic books.
Other Plummer Building library and archive locations include: W. Bruce Fye History of Medicine Library and rare book collections on the 15th floor; reading room and computer lab on the 14th floor; Mayo Clinic Bookstore on the 11th floor; and W. Bruce Fye Center For the History of Medicine on the 3rd floor.
Material from the open-stack collection may be borrowed by all Mayo staff, residents, interns, medical students, paramedical personnel, and health-related sciences trainees.
Document Delivery Privileges
All Mayo staff with LAN IDs and passwords can use Document Delivery to receive copies of journal articles and book chapters.
Plummer Library Amenities
Plummer 14th floor
Food and drinks are not allowed in the Plummer 14 Reading Room. There are break rooms on floors 2, 3, 11, and 14 (all with microwaves and some with refrigerators) if needed.
I.D.s must be visible at all times while in the library. If you’re not wearing a Mayo photo ID, please stop at the Plummer 12 Circulation Desk.
Unattended items left at a computer for more than 15 minutes may be subject to removal if the computer is needed by another library patron.