Faculty, staff, and students of UFHSC/Jacksonville, UFHealth at Jacksonville, and other library health affiliates have borrowing privileges at the Borland Library. A Gator-1 ID card or a Borland library card is used to circulate books, and your identity and eligibility must be verified for other library services such as Interlibrary Loan, Request-A-Copy, and Printing/Copying, etc.
Subject guides, course guides, and many other useful resources.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.
Due to Covid restrictions*, the Library is closed to the public. Only UF/UF Health staff, students and faculty may access the library during our posted hours. For after-hours access, authorized users may use their UF swipe card ID to enter the library.
*All library users must follow Covid protocols. Masks must be worn in the library. All users are encouraged to observe social distancing and avoid large groups. Only water is permitted in the library; food and other beverages must be consumed prior to entering the space.
The library provides access to print and electronic materials in the biomedical sciences, including books, journals, and other media. Complemented by ready access to the University of Florida Health Science Center Libraries, these materials support the education, research, training and clinical needs of the HSC colleges, centers and institutes, the University of Florida and the state.
On-Campus Access to Library Resources
Borland Library in Jacksonville has seating and study space, public computers, free wireless access and a house phone. The Library is staffed during posted hours of operation.
Borland Library staff are here to support your clinical, research, and teaching information needs by helping you locate quality, up-to-date information. Referrals to other information sources, both local and national, can be made. Ask at the Reference/Circulation desk, by phone, fax, or e-mail.
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