Education & libraries at Huntington Hospital.
This page provides an overview of our many health education resources and
services for our community, our clinical staff, and future generations
of nurses and physicians.
We are training the next generations of surgeons, internists, pharmacists
and nurses in our residency programs, including Graduate Medical Education.
Residency Page to learn more.
We offer many health and wellness educational events to the community,
Asthma Education and many more. Check our
Calendar of Events to learn about upcoming community education.
We also provide
Disaster Preparedness information for those interested.
We encourage our hospital employees to keep learning throughout their hospital
careers. Clinical education courses offer healthcare professionals the
opportunity to maintain their licensure and obtain certifications in their
fields. Many of our clinical education courses are available to those
in the community.
Clinical Education page.
A robust Academic Partnerships program provides resources including forms,
tutorials, policies and training materials for the internal Cerner system.
Academic Partnerships Resources page.
Health Sciences Library
We offer health-related resources through our onsite and online Health
Sciences Library (HSL). Librarians can help you order an article or book,
conduct a mediated literature search, and get off-site access to the library’s
assets. Our library catalog is searchable online.
Health Sciences Library online.
Community Health Library
The Huntington Community Health Library (HCHL) aims to provide access to
reliable, accurate health information via our print and online collections
for the community at large.
To access materials in person, visit the Health Sciences Library on the
1st floor of the Wingate Building.
Visit the Huntington
Community Health Library online.
Research Programs at Huntington Hospital.
Our Clinical Research Department provides support for medical research
in a clinical setting. Carefully selected clinical research trials complement
our compassionate community care, and allow our physicians and nurses
to explore new ideas and push the practice of medicine forward.