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Medical Library

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Kalispell Regional Medical Center has an on-site medical library staffed by professional medical librarians. The KRMC Medical Library is committed to excellence in health through access to information.

What does the Medical Library offer?

The Medical Library offers professional information services to support patient care, research, and education.

For KRMC health professionals you can resources and services on the Medical Library's Wire page or basic information on our physician's page. The Medical Library, located in the basement, offers access to computers, print books and journals, and in-person assistance from professional librarians.

Patients and visitors can find information on consumer health research and quality research tools on our patients and visitor's page.

What does a Medical Librarian do?

Medical librarianship is a service profession. Medical librarians are specially trained to research and provide information about medical diagnoses, treatments, procedures, tests, research, funding, and equipment for health occupation workers, patients, consumers, and corporations. Medical librarians work with doctors, nurses, therapists, pharmacists, medical students, hospital administrators, and others involved in the health care profession. All of these health care employees are educated and want to see their patients receive the best possible treatment. Good information is an advantage for good health care.

Contact Us

By Phone
(406) 752-1739

By E-Mail
Medical Librarian

Heidi Sue Adams, MS, AHIP(d) - Lead Medical Librarian
Jason Fetty, MLIS - Medical Librarian

Hours and Location
Kalispell Regional Medical Center's Medical Library is available for all employees of Kalispell Regional Healthcare twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The Medical Library is also available to the public Monday through Friday by appointment. The Medical Library is located in the basement of the main hospital building, in the Office Tower.