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Pop-up library services at St Ann’s


For Dorset Healthcare staff the pop-up library service will now be visiting St Ann’s Hospital between 10.00-12.00 on the first Tuesday of every month starting on Tuesday March 1st.  The pop-up library will be sited in the main reception and you will be able to join the library, request books or articles and also try out the resources that we have available.  Please feel free to come along and ask about the services we have on offer.

The pop-up library also visits Sentinel House on the 2nd and 3rd Mondays of the month and is located in the Agile area.  The next dates for visits are March 14th and 21st.

If you would like information about training or literature searching please contact library@poole.nhs.uk or 01202 442101


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