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Our Libraries

CDDFT Libraries 2

The CDDFT Library Service has two libraries which provide print resources, computers, study space and enquiry and support services.


The Library Service supports all CDDFT staff at all sites. Our collection of e-Resources can be accessed at any time and at any location. These include: UpToDate, BMJ Best Practice, BMJ Case Reports, Cochrane, Emerald Insight, BookBoon and more. See our Resources page for more information.

All CDDFT staff and students can join the library and take out up to 10 books at a time. If you would like to join, either visit one of our libraries or complete the Library Registration Form.

 

Our Libraries


Prospect House Library (UHND)

Opening Times: Monday to Friday 8.00 - 5.00

Phone: 0191 3332483  email: cdda-tr.uhndlibrary@nhs.net

Address:

Library, Prospect House, Aykley Heads Business Park,

Aykley Heads, Durham, DH1 5TS

Directions:

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Darlington Library (DMH Education Centre)

Opening Times: Monday to Friday 8.00 - 5.00

Phone: 01325 743878  email: cdda-tr.dmhlibrary@nhs.net

Darlington Library also has a 24 hour access facility, which is operated by swipe card. To apply for a card for this service, please go to our Library Forms page.

Address:

Library, Education Centre, Darlington Memorial Hospital,

Hollyhurst Road, Darlington, DL3 6HX

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The Library at Darlington Memorial Hospital.

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The Library at Prospect House.

PH Library

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