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Health Sciences resources for Northern Arizona University students at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.
Last Updated: Apr 22, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

PBC Library Info Print Page

Hours & Location

Mon-Fri  8:00am-11:00pm 

Sat-Sun  9:00am-9:00pm

HSEB, 3rd Floor

435 N. 5th Street

Phoenix, AZ 85004

Front Desk: (602) 827-2062



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    NAU Librarian

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    Jessica Cole
    Contact Info:
    Phoenix Biomedical Campus
    Health Sciences Education Building
    Library, 3rd Floor
    435 N. 5th Street
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    (602) 827-2376

    Technical Support at PBC

    Contact PBC IT Support at For urgent requests, call 602-827-4357


    Phoenix Biomedical Campus Library


    Welcome NAU-PBC Students!

    Cline Library resources are available to NAU-PBC students 24/7, from any location, through authentication. See the Quick Links menu for more options, including your program's "Library Home Page." UA's AHSL resources are also available to you while you are on-campus! (Just connect to UA Public wifi or use a library computer for access.) Questions?


    • April 11: Do you have any of these missing library books? Please take a look.
    • April 7: The list of databases is now on your program home page (see Quick Links.) To see a list of library databases on your first click, change your bookmark to your program's "Library Home Page." Click here to see what changes were made to NAU-PBC LibGuides pages to help find your way around (1-page PDF).
    • New content is available under "How Do I," including Evaluating Health Information and Mobile Apps.

    Library Fast Facts

    Library resources include:

    Northern Arizona University Cline Library resources-Available to NAU-PBC students 24/7 regardless of location:

    • Access to over 63,000 online journals and newspapers and more than 135 databases
    • Access to more than 140,000 e-books
    • Access to RefWorks, a web-based citation management tool
    • Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, and Occupational Therapy subject guides created specifically for NAU-PBC students

    University of Arizona Health Sciences Library (AHSL) resources-Available to NAU-PBC students:

    • Onsite access to over 9,700 online journals and more than 350 databases (On campus only)
    • Access to more than 2,300 e-books (On campus only)
    • Over 400 print books focused on the College of Medicine curriculum

    Library services include:

    • Research assistance and consultations in person or via email or telephone
    • Loans of printed materials
    • Electronic delivery of information and interlibrary loan (AHSL for UA and Cline Library for NAU)
    • Online library guides on topics such as evidence-based decision making
    • Classes or learning modules relating to health information literacy, management of information and evidence-based decision making


    • 3 professional librarians: 1 NAU, 2 UA
    • 13,700 SF total
    • 42 group study rooms of varying sizes
    • 1 40-seat Library Training Lab
    • 21 Study Carrels
    • 311 total seating
    • 28 public workstations

    The Library serves:

    • Faculty, staff and students of Northern Arizona University Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy programs
    • Faculty, staff and students of the University of Arizona Phoenix campus, focusing on biomedicine, nursing, pharmacy and public health
    • University-affiliated medical centers and community faculty
    • Arizona health professionals

    Additional Subject Guides


    Do you have any of these missing books?


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