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Community Health Resource Section servicing Greenwich Hospital patients, their families/caregivers, and the community at large.


Welcome to the Consumer Health LibGuide of Greenwich Hospital!

Hello! My name is Veronica and I am the Consumer Health Librarian at the Greenwich Hospital Medical Library.

If you have a health-related question, literature request or want to recommend a resource to add to this guide:

- Email: veronica.bilenkin@greenwichhospital.org

- Phone: 203-863-3286

-Submit a Consumer Health Request Form (link below)

 

 

The Community Health Resource Section, staffed by a consumer health librarian, is dedicated to meeting the information needs of Greenwich Hospital patients, their families/caregivers, and the community at large. 

Our mission: To encourage and enable people to make informed decisions about their healthcare.
Please note: Information found in these guides is for educational purposes only.
Always ask your doctor for any medical advice.
Phone: 203-863-3284
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm
Location:

 
Greenwich Hospital Medical Library
5 Perryridge Road
Watson Pavilion, 1st Floor
Greenwich, CT 06830

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For the community

  • One-on-one consultations: Discuss your informational needs in a private setting.
  • Health-related literature searches: Learn strategies for conducting health searches and determining which information is reliable.
  • Comfortable reading area: Relax in one of the four lounge chairs available.
  • Reference collection: Check out our consumer health books covering a wide range of medical topics.
  • Computers and printer
  • Wireless internet access

For healthcare professionals

  • Health fairs: Support by compiling and acquiring informational materials.
  • Patient education: Help develop consumer health information collections and patient education materials.
  • Patient support: Provide consumer health information at the medical library or at the bedside of patients per request.
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MedlinePlus Trusted Health Information for You: A service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine, NIH National Institutes of Health

MedlinePlus is the National Institute of Health's website for patients and families and friends. Produced by the National Library of Medicine, the world's largest medical library, it brings you information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in language you can understand. MedlinePlus offers reliable, up-to-date health information anytime, anywhere for free.
 

 

Symptom Checker

Not sure if you need to see a Doctor? Click the Mayo Clinic icon to check your symptoms for free!
The Mayo Clinic website provides users with accurate medical information and guides them to appropriate medical providers.
User-friendly, easy to understand, and contains little to no ads.

Announcements

Have a Happy and Healthy Summer     

                Whether at home or on vacation, remember to:

                            1) Wear sunscreen (recommended SPF: 15 - 30)

              2) Stay hydrated (8-10 ounce glasses of water a day)                             

                           3) Avoid unmarked or dense trails in the woods 

                                  4) Practice mindfulness techniques to avoid stress

                                  5) Enjoy and treat yourself!

For more information, visit the following pages: Hydration Fact Sheet, Action Steps for Sun Safety, Relaxation Techniques for Stress Relief, Lyme Disease and How to Avoid Ticks

Visit our guides for more information on:

This month, we also honor:

 

 

 Available in the Library

The following health magazines are available to read when you visit the library.

Diabetes Forecast

Diabetes Forecast

Prevention Magazine

Prevention

Nutrition Action

Nutrition Action

Consumer Reports On Health

Consumer Reports
On Health

Available Online New!

We are excited to offer free online access (when using a hospital computer) to the following popular health and wellness magazines:

  • Consumer Reports On Health
  • Diabetes Self-Management
  • Eating Well
  • Family Circle
  • Food & Travel
  • Gluten-Free Living
  • Pain-Free Living
  • Parents
  • Reader's Digest
  • Shape
  • A Wellness Update
  • WOMEN

If you are using a public computer in the library, please see a librarian for the username and password and log in here to read them.
If you are using a network computer anywhere in the hospital, click here to read them.

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