|1st and 2nd floors, New College Building
245 N. 15th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(Southeast corner of 15th and Vine Sts.)
- Mailing Address
- Campus Map: Hahnemann Library is in the New College Building (no. 5 on the map)
- Driving Directions
- Parking: Some metered on-street parking is available in the vicinity of the Hahnemann Library; there are many hourly-pay parking garages in the immediate area.
- Public Transportation: The Hahnemann Library is three blocks north of Philadelphia's primary public transportation and regional rail hub at 15th and Market Streets (Suburban Station). There is also a Broad Street Subway line stop (Race-Vine) immediately outside of Hahnemann Hospital.
- University Shuttle Bus: Provided for university community members between 33 rd and Market Streets (diagonally across from the Hagerty Library) to 15th and Race Streets, across the street from the Hahnemann Library. Additional shuttle buses run from the Center City Campus to the College of Medicine Campus.
Call for help with directions: 215-762-7631
The Hahnemann Library is located on the first and second floors of the New College Building (15th and Vine Sts.) with entrances on both floors. The collection supports the curricula of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, College of Medicine, and the School of Public Health, including materials in clinical medicine and basic sciences. To learn more about the library's collections, please review the Health Sciences Libraries Collection Development Policy, 2007 Revision.
Instructional audiovisual materials are available, with equipment available for private or group viewing. The Library also has a small collection of leisure reading material (books and magazines) as well as DVDs.
Computers are available for research and academic work, including laptop computers for use in the library. Printing and photocopying facilities (both black and white and color) are provided, as well as scanners.
Study rooms are available for group work. Some Library computers, printing, photocopiers, and a large study area are available 24-hours a day for the use of Drexel University students, faculty, staff and residents.
Content Editor: Jenny James Lee
Last Updated: 01/05/2012