About the Library
The Cleveland Clinic Floyd D. Loop Alumni Library serves Main Campus and Family Health Centers; and shares physical collections with our other regional libraries at Fairview, Hillcrest, and South Pointe Hospitals.
Each library location is part of a different Cleveland community. Through our support of patient care, research, and education, we support those communities by continuing Cleveland Clinic's greater mission of "Caring for life, researching for health, educating those who serve."
Because the Cleveland Clinic library is the library for the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, it is a member of OhioLINK, enabling it to share physical materials with all institutions of higher learning in Ohio and gain access to numerous databases and journals.
Work and Study in the Library
The library has 12 public computers with EPIC, Microsoft Office, and Outlook.
Log in using your network credentials to access your network drives.
If you have a Cleveland Clinic-owned laptop, enjoy the secure Wi-Fi. Personal devices can connect to the public Wi-Fi.
There is a multi-function device for copying, scanning, and full-color printing from the public computers. There is no charge for printing.
The library has 12 study carrels, and two tables with power for your devices.
There are 2 study rooms, and 2 conference rooms with media that can be booked either via Room Scheduling or using the tablets outside the rooms.
You may bring food and covered beverages into the library and eat at the computers.