The UAB Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences (LHL), established in 1945, is the largest biomedical library in Alabama and one of the leading such libraries in the South.
The Library offers a variety of services and information through its website located at: http://www.uab.edu/lister/. Access to electronic resources is available across campus and remotely to authorized users. The library catalog is available from the web site and can be searched to find print, electronic, and media holdings.
The Library provides a variety of reference and educational services plus extensive educational opportunities through one-on-one instruction at point of need or in scheduled workshops on using library resources or searching for information. To contact the library for assistance, see http://www.uab.edu/lister/qpask/.
The Sterne Library opened for service in January 1973 and now houses a collection of over one million items.
Located on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the Reynolds Historical Library is a nationally respected collection of rare and important books, manuscripts and artifacts in the medical sciences.
The Reynolds Historical Library is fortunate to have an extensive collection of items relating to Civil War medicine, especially those related to practices of the nineteenth century. Local history is represented by an article on the cholera epidemic that almost decimated the fledgling city of Birmingham in 1873.
For a detailed account of their holdings, click on the link above.