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About the Library

National Jewish Health's Library & Knowledge Services Team, 2022

National Jewish’s first library space was housed in the Shoenberg Building (now Southside). A former tuberculosis patient, Ned Eig, became the institution’s first librarian in 1942 and remained at National Jewish until his retirement in 1975. A collection of reference books was kept in the Neustadt Building until 1977. At that point, Ken Tucker and his family and friends donated funds to remodel the medical library in memory of Ken’s brother, Gerald. The library was built in the Goodman building and renamed the Gerald Tucker Memorial Medical Library. In 2017, the library moved to its current location. See more library and NJH history here.



1400 Jackson St.
May Bldg, Rm L110
Denver CO, 80206-2671
Library front desk: 303.398.1482
Fax: 303.270.2149
M-F: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Located in Smith side building, near the cafeteria entrance.