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Our mission is to provide current, essential and comprehensive information, resources and library services to the Medical Staff, Nursing and Allied Health Departments, all hospital employees and students, as well as access to information for patients and their families.

Phone inquiries: 908-994-5371 or email Literature Search form or Interlibrary Loan requests directly to library staff.

Literature Searches
Literature Search Form
Elisabeth Jacobsen Marrapodi, Library Director
Williamson Street Campus

Article And Document Requests
(Article & Document Requests Form)
Ritza Alexandre, Library Assistant
Williamson Street Campus
interlibraryloan@trinitashospital.org

Copy Code Requests
(Copy Code Requests Form)
Ritza Alexandre, Library Assistant
Williamson Street Campus
copycodeform@trinitas.org

Hours Of Operation*
Williamson Street Campus
Monday-Friday 7:30am-4pm
*NOTE: Physicians, Residents and Nursing staff have 24 hour access

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Forms
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Book Suggestion Form
Literature Search Form
Copy Code Requests Form

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What Is ICE?

ICE means In Case of Emergency. It's a new proactive program designed to provide emergency personnel with your "next of kin" emergency contact list via your cell phone in emergency situations if you are unable to give the information yourself.

How Is It Done?
Simply put the letters ICE with any emergency contact name in your cell phone address book. It's that easy!

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Awards & Recognition
Elisabeth Jacobsen Marrapodi
Director of Library Services

2008
Library Journal's 2008 Mover and Shaker Award

2010
Medical Library Association: Hospital Libraries Section Award in Research

National Library of Medicine: Small Projects Grant

These awards are for outstanding performance and lasting contributions in the field of Librarianship. Elisabeth received these awards due to her innovative pursuit of alternative training in medical and consumer health areas using emerging web 2.0 tools to push the boundaries of traditional librarianship for delivery of health-care information to improve health literacy.

Improving Health Information Literacy with Games in the Virtual World of Second Life
EJ Marrapodi
Virtual, Augmented Reality and Serious Games for Healthcare v.1, pg175-189 (2014)

Use of Social Media for Consumer Health Outreach in a Solo Hospital Library
EJ Marrapodi
Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet v.21 (4), pg325-337, (2017)

This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, under Contract No. NO1-LM-6-3501 with New York University