Medical Library



The RAMC Medical Library serves the information needs of the doctors, nurses, employees as well as the entire community.

And if we don't have the information you're looking for, we can get it. Materials not available in-house can be retrieved from outside sources through various inter-library loan networks.

A computer also is available to anyone needing medical information regarding:
  • Making an informed health decision
  • Learning about new treatments
  • Improving communication with health care providers
  • Promoting healthier lifestyle
  • Finding resources for school projects

The Library (located on the second floor) is open 8:30 am to 4 pm Monday - Friday but is not staffed . If assistance is needed please contact Rochelle Green at 768-6240 during the listed hours or email her at rgreen@ramchealth.org to set up a time to meet in the library. 

Some of our favorite, reliable online health resources:

www.Badgerlink.net                                      

www.medlineplus.gov

Consumer Health Complete

Consumer Health Info in Many Languages

Lab Tests Online

Disclaimer
All information on this web site and on above web site links is general in nature and intended for education purposes only. This is not to be construed as medical advice or as professional guidance. The information on these sites should not be used to diagnose or treat a medical condition or used or relied upon in lieu of professional services. Use of these web sites shall not constitute establishment of a physician-patient or clinical relationship with you. Neither Reedsburg Area Medical Center or its affiliates is responsible for any errors or exclusions in information provided by these web sites or any results obtained from the use of such information. Thus readers are encouraged to confirm information with other reliable sources and to direct any personal healthcare questions to licensed physicians or other appropriate healthcare professionals. Any questions that you may have regarding the diagnosis, care or treatment of a medical condition should be directed to your primary care doctor.