There are three study rooms adjacent to the Saint Marys Staff Library in Marian Hall. To reserve a room you may e-mail the library at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 255-5647 during business hours, or use the online reservation system.
Wireless keyboards are available to borrow for study rooms A & B upon request.
Options for additional spaces on campus may be found through the Room Reservation System. These are drop in locations not affiliated with the SMH Staff Library. Important Update: The Room Reservation System will be transitioning to Microsoft Office in 2024. This will take place between January and July 2024 with the former system retiring by September 2024. For additional information, see this New Center article.
Access My Learning to view internally provided nursing contact hour programs.
Contact Hour Sources for Nursing provides some additional resources for nurse continuing education credits.
BLS, ACLS and PALS are now provided as ebooks via My Learning from Cardiac Life Support Education.
If you would like a print copy, the Saint Marys Staff Library has PEARS, PALS, BLS, ACLS, NRP and ITLS available.
Emergency Life Support Education materials may be checked out for 42 days.
SMH Heartcode Skills location: Alfred 3_469, Room A or B
Two printer/scanner/fax machines are available at no charge for work-related purposes. They are located behind the service desk.
The SMH Staff Library does not provide color printing.
Local options include the Rochester Public Library and Office Max. Prices for 2023 Self-Serve printing at Office Max: color copies for 65 cents and black/white for 17 cents. Click the RPL link for additional information, including pricing.
All computers withiin the library are mapped to the one of the two available printers behind the service desk.
When you select print, choose one of the following two printers in your printer selection options:
LN1065087 (small table top printer)
Desktop computers are available on site first come, first serve. There are also laptops available to checkout within the library and study room spaces only.
EndNote's customer support offers a list of common questions and options for requesting additional assistance including chat, email, and phone.
For more information consult the EndNote subject guide.
Mon-Thurs 7:30am - 8:00pm
Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday 1:00pm - 5:00pm
24 x 7 keycard access may be requested for staff based at Saint Marys with a supervisor’s approval.
The library website (library.mayo.edu) is available remotely to all Mayo Clinic employees and students.
Log in with your Mayo Clinic LAN ID and password.
Print books/journals and CDs/DVDs may be checked out for a 6-week loan period with the option for an additional 6-week renewal if there are no other hold requests.
You may renew your books online with a library pin or via email to email@example.com if the book has not been requested.
Contact the service desk to set up a library pin.
All Mayo staff may use Document Delivery to receive copies of journal articles, books and book chapters. This includes materials that the library does not own through Interlibrary Loan with other institutions.
· At the library service desk
· In the book return box outside Marian Hall 1-505
· At book return boxes throughout the hospital and elsewhere on the Rochester campus. A complete list of Rochester book drop boxes is posted on the book return subject guide. Book drops are monitored on a weekly basis so returns may be delayed.
· At other Mayo Clinic libraries
· Using intraclinic mail if library items are securely packaged and addressed to the Saint Marys Staff Library - Marian Hall 1-506
· Patient Parking Ramp Main Floor near elevators
· Generose Main Floor near Atrium
· East/Nasseff Tower Main Floor near restrooms
· Domitilla Main Floor near Employee Shuttle Entrance
· Wall receptacle Main Floor new West Entrance
A complete list of Rochester book drop boxes is posted on the book return subject guide.
Both regular headphones and headphones with mics are available at the service desk.
If you're an employee based at Saint Marys and have a valid need for ongoing use of the library space in the evenings and/or on weekends, please inquire about after-hours access. Your supervisor may submit a request on your behalf.
We encourage you to take advantage of the lockers located in front of the service desk to securely store your personal items if you need to leave the library but plan to return later. Library staff are not responsible for your personal items.
The library staff at the service desk can assist with setting up a library account.
The barcode on the back of your Mayo Clinic badge will become your library card number.
The library does not provide pager batteries. Please contact your department for battery replacement.
We ask that you do not bring meals into the library. There is a breakroom directly down the hallway from the library with seating, vending, and microwave for your use. Covered drinks and snacks are allowed in the library.
You must have a Mayo Clinic badge to access the Saint Marys Staff Library.
Once you leave Mayo Clinic, you will no longer have access to the Mayo Clinic libraries. The attached link has suggestions to help with this process.
In Rochester, proctoring services are available to students enrolled at the University of Minnesota Rochester (UMR). There is a charge for non-UMR students.
For more information, contact Mary Beth Sancomb-Moran or call the UMR Library at 507-258-8035.
Check out period for books is 6 weeks with one renewal if there are no holds
Check out period for Libby E-books and Audiobooks is 3 weeks. Libby allows 5 holds and 5 checkouts per patron.
Campus wide locations for Chapels, worship, and meditation spaces can be found at this link.
The Groves Foundation Meditation Room is located in the Mary Brigh Building, 7th Floor. This is available 24 hours a day for people of all faith traditions. This area, which faces east, is designed for quiet time, prayer, and meditation. There are two private rooms available, each equipped with prayer rugs.
The Mayo Clinic Library Advisory Committee recently endorsed a new Code of Conduct for all visitors and staff of the Mayo Clinic Libraries and Historical Units. This code will provide equal security, rights and privileges for all users, and supports a professional and safe learning environment. It also outlines acceptable use of physical spaces and materials, and ensures that everyone can access the resources, services, and spaces of the Libraries & Historical Units. Questions about the Code of Conduct can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.