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Samaritan Library Gateway

Welcome to Samaritan Health Services' Medical Library Gateway. Here you will find a wealth of information at your fingertips with just a click of the mouse; all in support of our organization's mission of “building healthier communities together.”

The mission of the hospital-sponsored web portal is to support the clinical management, research, and educational information needs within our network of Oregon hospitals, physicians and senior care facilities serving the needs of the people in the mid-Willamette Valley and the Central Oregon Coast.

As you use our website and find it useful, please link to us so that others may benefit.

It is our belief that empowered people can better manage personal health with access to a wide range of comprehensive, authoritative, trusted health information. Information presented does not necessarily represent or imply approval or recommendation by Samaritan Health Services, your doctor, or other health care provider.

While we are here to assist you in finding information, only your health care professional is qualified to give you a medical opinion. Use this information as a communication conduit between you and your clinician.

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Our ClinicalKey trial has wrapped up! If you tried it, please Take Our Survey and tell us what you thought of it!

With ClinicalKey, you had access to the same quality content of both MDConsult and FirstConsult, only more. Both of these online resources are still available for you to use from our Databases page.

The third of the three ABOG Reading List - General with Specialties for 2014 finally has been updated. The reading list for August, 2014 was compiled late by the ACOG but has finally arrived and is presented on two pages which can be found on the Clinical Medicine/Specialties page under the Obstetrics and Gynecology section of the Medical Library Gateway.

Practicing Obstetricians and Gynecologists who may be looking to ensure their re-certification can click on the ABOG link for the most current reading lists. If you missed any of the past reading lists click on the Index to previous ABOG Reading Lists; listings are from 2009 to current. Contact any of your libraries for any assistance you may need.

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