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Library Hours, Access & Equipment
Hours & Access
The Allen Santell Memorial Medical Library and CME Program is available to all Natividad staff. You must have a valid Natividad ID badge to enter the secured Medical Library facility on the 2nd Floor, Building 300 and a valid Natividad login to access the Medical Library Computers and CME Program resources via the Natividad Intranet type the word GoLibrary in the IE Browser address bar.
The online resources are available 24x7.
Computers & Printer/Copier/Scanner
The Medical Library has a full service color copier/printer in its computer room. No code is required. Please make sure any HIPAA related copies that need to be discarded are placed in the Shred Bin in the Library.
Also, there are 8 networked computers with full Natividad application software. First Come, First Serve.
All print materials in the Library (journals and books) are for REFERENCE ONLY and may not be removed or borrowed from the Library. Feel free to use the ONLINE resources.
Narmin A Kurzum, MLIS
Natividad Medical Librarian, HPC Enterprise Librarian Services
Office: (201) 952-9154
Allen Santell Memorial Medical Library
Dr. Allen Santell served Natividad Medical Center as internist and hospitalist, from 1969 to 2006. He was an exemplary physician, mentor and teacher, dedicated to his patients and devoted to the mission of Natividad Medical Center and our community. Dr. Santell personified the spirit and service of Natividad. He was the soul of the hospital. He was our “Captain.”
Born on September 2, 1938, in Los Angeles, he attended Stanford University and earned his Medical Degree at the University of California San Francisco. He interned in Minnesota and completed his residency in General Practice at Natividad in 1967. After two years of service with the U.S. Air Force, he returned to Natividad where he served as the hospital internist until he died on March 24, 2006, when he was 67 years old.
Dr. Santell’s dedication to his patients and residents was exemplary. He worked seven days a week, arriving to Natividad always before his residents. He patiently taught more than two hundred young Family Medicine residents the “art of medicine.” He taught by example, by speaking the truth and by providing the best care to his patients. He was a father,” a mentor, a friend and a role model.
Dr. Santell’s famous high top Converse sneakers are a symbol of his walk through Natividad. He walked his journey with many of us. We had the privilege to learn from him and to be inspired by his example.
- May The Allen Santell Memorial Medical Library at Natividad be a place to gain wisdom and knowledge.
- May you become the best physician, nurse, and health professional you can dream.
- May Dr. Santell’s example inspire you in your journey.