Mission Statement: The library will provide accurate and timely information to the Womack Army Medical Center team to support the MEDCEN mission of providing the highest quality health care, maximizing the medical deployability of the force, ensuring the readiness of Womack personnel and sustaining exceptional education and training programs.
Womack Army Medical Center Information Phone Number: 910-907-6000
WAMC Medical Library Phone Number: 910-907-7323
The medical library does not have information on hospital or patient records. Please call the general information line to be routed to the correct department.
The library staff is happy to provide personalized instruction using the online suite of tools available to WAMC staff and students. You can come to use or we can come to you. Group instruction is available as well as one on one sessions. Stop by the library, call or email to set up a training session.
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Articles and books not available through the AMEDD Virtual Library or WAMC's collection can be requested through Interlibrary Loan. Depending on availability and the fulfilling institution, articles take about 1-7 days to come in. If available, book requests typically take two to four weeks.
In order to request an interlibrary loan, please provide as much of the following information as possible:
To place an Interlibrary Loan, contact us at 910-907-7323 or email.
Womack Army Medical Center
2817 Rock Merritt Avenue
Fort Liberty, NC 28310
6th Floor, Room C61013-1
Library Office: 910-907-7323
Email is the quickest way to receive assistance.
Gen. John Lathrop Throckmorton, a veteran of World War II, Korea, Vietnam and the Detroit riots, commanded both the 82nd Airborne Division and the XVIII Airborne Corps during his time at Fort Bragg. He later retired after over 35 years of service.
The Throckmorton Library was built in 1997. It replaced the earlier post library on Macomb Street, near where the 82nd Sustainment Brigade's post office now stands.
Throckmorton Library Mission Statement
To support readiness and the military mission: Professional military and technical education and training; Personal and technical skill development of members of the military community; Quality of life at home, when deployed or assigned to remote locations; Voluntary education and lifelong learning; Transition and career assistance; Relocation assistance and leisure needs of the military community.
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