Life members receive this brass medal
The Cleveland Medical Library Association (CMLA) was founded in 1894 and has been in its present location, the Allen Memorial Medical Library at 11000 Euclid Avenue, since 1926. The building and many of its collections are owned by the CMLA. The library, however, operates as part of the Cleveland Health Sciences Library, which is jointly administered by the CMLA and Case Western Reserve University (Case).
Levels of Membership
Basic Membership is available to individual health care professionals
Annual Fee: $50
Benefits: Borrowing privileges at the Allen Library and the Health Center Library.
Interlibrary loan service/Loansome Doc access
Photocopy service at $8 per article (Rush orders: $12)
Medline and other biomedical database searches
CMLA Fellow is available to individual health care professionals
Initial fee: $125
Annual fee after first year: $75
Benefits: All benefits of Basic Membership
Eligibility to participate in CMLA governance and to serve on the CMLA board of trustees.
CMLA Fellow for Life is available to individual health care professionals.
Contribution to Endowment: $2,000 to be paid within a 5-year period (tax deductible)
Benefits: No additional membership fees
All standard library services, including photocopies, at no additional charge.
Eligibility to participate in the CMLA governance and to serve on the CMLA Board of Trustees.
Junior Membership is available to house officers at local hospitals
Annual fee: $25
Benefits: Permits member to borrow books from the Allen Memorial Library and the Health Center Library.
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