The Greenblatt Library was established in 1834 and named in 1988 after a prominent
MCG physician, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D.
The Library provides resources and services for the health information needs of the
faculty, staff and students of the Augusta University and serves as a source of health
information for the state of Georgia.
The Library faculty and staff have a wide variety of skills to assist users with finding
and evaluating information. A large collection of journals and other resources are
available to meet the clinical, research, and educational needs of the campus and
clinics, and most are available electronically from office or home. The Library building
has a computer lab, group and individual study areas, conference rooms, and electronic
Greenblatt Conference Room (1st floor)
The Greenblatt Conference Room located on the first floor serves both as a Historical
Collections and Archives room and a conference room.
Library Information Desk
The Access Services of the Greenblatt Library provides...
The Greenblatt Library open lab space, located on the first floor, provides Augusta
University students, staff, and faculty with individual work and collaborative learning
The book collection, located on the second floor, contains basic textbooks and...
Greenblatt Administration Offices
The Administrative Offices on the second floor house the business operations for...
Greenblatt Conference Rooms (2nd floor)
Two of the Library's Conference Rooms are located on the second floor.
Interlibrary Loan provides books, articles, and other materials not available from
The journal collection is located on the second floor. A few current journals are
still received in print and ...
Historical Collections & Archives
Historical Collections & Archives house many rare and significant works that document
medical practices during the 19th and 20th centuries.
You can find quiet reading Areas.
Quiet study areas are primarily located on the second floor and include tables, and
casual seating. A few quiet areas are available on the first floor.
The Pre 1980 Collection
The pre 1980 Collection is located in compact storage on the first floor.
GREENBLATT CONFERENCE ROOM (1ST FLOOR)
The Greenblatt Conference Room located on the first floor serves both as a Historical Collections, Archives room and a conference room. Theses,
texts by Augusta University authors, and part of Dr. Robert B. Greenblatt's collection
are available for viewing. Augusta University and AU Health System faculty and staff
can schedule meetings and other small events in the Greenblatt Conference Room. When
making , additional requests for a laptop, overhead projector, telephone or other technical
needs can be made at the same time. room reservations
LIBRARY INFORMATION DESK
The Access Services of the Greenblatt Library provides a user-centered single point
of contact for library services at the Information Desk, following services rendered:
- Check out and return materials - Check out items reserve - Pick up or GIL Express requests Interlibrary Loan
The Greenblatt Library open lab space, located on the first floor, provides Augusta University students, staff, and faculty with individual work and
collaborative learning spaces. Resource access includes electronic journals, electronic
books, databases, productivity applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and scanning.
Lab computers are not configured to accept personal software. For more information
. click here
The book collection, located on the second floor, contains basic textbooks and monographs on health science topics. They are arranged
by National Library of Medicine call numbers. A small reference Core collection is
located on the first floor and an audiovisual collection is located behind the reference
collection. These collections are searchable in our library catalog.
GREENBLATT ADMINISTRATION OFFICES
The Administrative Offices on the
second floor house the business operations for the Library including the offices for The Director
of Libraries and Business Manager.
GREENBLATT CONFERENCE ROOMS (2nd FLOOR)
Two of the Library's Conference Rooms are located on the second floor. Conference Room 2109, located by Historical Collections and Archives, seats up to
15. Conference Room 2103, located near the Administrative Offices, seats up to 24.
When making , additional requests for a laptop, overhead projector, telephone or other technical
needs can be made at the same time. room reservations
provides articles, books, and other materials from libraries all over the country,
as well as electronic delivery of Augusta University owned resources. Services can
be utilized after a one time Greenblatt's Interlibrary Loan department Augusta University affiliated patrons can also borrow books at no charge from other
USG libraries through our registration. service. GIL Express
The journal collection is located on the second floor A few current Journals are still
received in print and are arranged, alphabetically with the bound journals. Most of
the Library's collections are available as electronic resources and are searchable
via amd via our eJournals . library catalog
HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS & ARCHIVES
Historical Collections & Archives house many rare and significant works that document medical practices during the
19th and 20th centuries. The collections include rare books and manuscripts, as well as annual reports, catalogs,
magazines, medical instruments, models, newspapers, and photographs. The Archives
also include a variety of medical regalia relating to Georgia Health Sciences University
and health sciences history.
READING AREA AT GREENBLATT LIBRARY
You can find quiet reading Areas at Greenblatt Library. Contact the Library Information
Desk for additional information at 706-721-3441.
Greenblatt Library offers a variety of study environments to students. Small study
rooms can accommodate individuals our small groups. Rooms are available on a first
come, first served basis, but priority will be given to groups. The second floor is
a quiet study area with tables, soft seating, and private study desks. The first floor
is home to the computer lap, as well as a variety of seating options for collaborative
or individual study.
THE PRE 1980 COLLECTION
The pre 1980 Collection is located in compact storage on the first floor. Please request
pre 1980's journals at the Information Desk.