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Salisbury Hospital Library

Check the Salisbury Hospital library web pages for information about:

  • Opening Hours
  • Location
  • Contact Details
  • Services and Facilities

Borrowing - Hospital Library

As a current Bournemouth University HSS student, you may borrow up to 12 items (books and AV) at any one time from the Hospital Library. You may borrow books for up to four weeks and renew them in person by phone, by email or online at www.swims.nhs.uk. Journals are for reference only.

To return books when the Hospital Library is closed, simply place the book in the secure book return bin outside the Library door.

Please note: If you borrow your books directly from the University you are responsible for returning them to that Library. University Library books cannot be returned to the Hospital Library.

Please do not pass on material you have borrowed to someone else. You are responsible for it until it is returned to the library.

Finding help

You will receive an induction from Hospital Library staff and staff will be available to assist you during staffed hours.

It is important to attend your timetabled university and IT library sessions, as they are designed to give you the skills to carry out research for your assignments. To complement these sessions you can arrange subject advice on a one-to-one basis at Bournemouth House Library through your Subject Support Library team.

Any enquiries concerning the resources on the Bournemouth University Library web pages should be addressed to the HSS subject support library team. Alternatively, you can ring Bournemouth University Library Enquiries on (01202) 965959.

Student Feedback

At the Salisbury Hospital Library we welcome constructive comments from our users. This is possible using the suggestion box that is available in the Library.

Other resources

There are a number of other resources that may be available to you as you are studying on your placement year, with information available through our Other resources for students on placement in the NHS page.