As a leader in the digitization and preservation of significant assets in the health sciences, the HSL is making relevant content available online for new and broader audiences, including historical journals, pamphlets, and books, archival collections, as well as contemporary health-related materials. True to its mission to serve the people of North Carolina and beyond, the Library is working to develop digital collections that are easily and freely accessible.
Beginning with the difficult to find and unique items held only at the HSL, these digitized collections have grown to include a variety of North Carolina resources, both historical and cutting edge, as well as related global digital resources in the health sciences.
- Community Diagnosis Papers
- De Humani Corporis Fabrica in Color
- Diane McKenzie Hospital Postcard Collection
- Florence Nightingale Letters
- Minority Student Caucus History Project
- New York Academy of Medicine Collection of International Medical Theses, 1801-1981 (selected titles)
- North Carolina History of Health Digital Collection database
- N.C. Memorial Hospital Oral History Project (Southern Oral History Program Interview Database)