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The Central Medical Library has moved!

25 February 2020
new CMB

The CMB has now two locations and a third location will be added in the course of the year. These are the locations:

-Faculty building, building 3211, basement: the information desk, books, student-pc's, goup rooms and a workshop room.
-Faculty building, building 3215: CMB Silent Study Areas

Facilities UMCG- staff in the Central Medical Complex (Y4.202)

The location of the Library in the Central Medical Complex (Y4.202) is currently closed en is being renovated. 60 UMCG-pc's, rooms for individual appointments and a workshop room will be available here.
This location will only be accessible for UMCG-staff.

In the meantime room Y4.107f (opposite the entrance of the CMB Central Medical Complex) will be available for individual appointments for UMCG health professionals. You can make an appointment with a medical information specialist for a search strategy for a systematic review or support for Pure, Open Access etcetera.

Contact: phone 361 6200, email

Last modified:04 March 2020 11.01 a.m.
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