Connecting students to careers, Professionals to Communities, and Communities to better health.

To visit the MAHEC library page click the above link or for more information on obtaining services from the MAHEC Digital Library, please contact

Susan Centner
(573) 458-7282

MAHEC Digital Library

The MAHEC Digital Library provides a common web portal with seamless access to a core set of health information resources for all AHEC supported preceptors, students and other health care providers who are practicing in Missouri.  Healthcare related institutions may participate in the MDL and institutions with libraries may become affiliate members.

The resources and services of the MDL include full text journals and books, as well as evidence-based medicine, focused resources designed to answer clinical questions at the point of care. The resources are provided in a customized environment that delivers pre-selected and user-selected resources that are of the highest quality to end-users.  The customizable web-portal allows for seamlessly combined resources from multiple institutions and libraries via one interface and with one login and password process.  Individuals see only the links to the resources they are given access to.  Services include mediated searching, reference assistance, inter-library loan services, document delivery and training workshops approved for CME and CEU.  MDL personnel develop and maintain the customized web portal and over 100 databases that comprises the MDL system.

The collaborative model provides statewide coverage for the Missouri AHEC System and their community partners at a fraction of actual individualized cost due to the leveraging of infrastructure, personnel, technology and resource investment. 

Through the MDL providers have access to accredited continuing professional education including topics such as:

  • Diabetes
  • Cultural Proficiency in Healthcare
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Infection Control Update
  • Wound Care
  • Oncology Update
  • Primary Care Update
  • Cancer Case Reviews
  • Preceptor Development and Training