The AMCH Library supports the teaching, learning and research at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. In keeping with its mission as a research library, the AMCH Library acquires primary sources and unique materials. AMCH continues to develop a comprehensive level of collection in homeopathic medicine, an advanced level of study in alternative medicine and an advanced level of study in conventional medicine.
The American Medical College of Homeopathy Library plays a central role in the development and mission of the college. It provides a quiet respite for students in class and a reference resource for students and practitioners seeking knowledge in homeopathic medicine.
The AMCH Library is one of the largest homeopathic libraries in the United States. It is housed in Phoenix, Arizona an comprises over 2000 volumes, journals and tapes. The library is a reference library and contains many rare homeopathic books and journals dating back to the 1840’s.
The library is utilized frequently by students, faculty and practitioners at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. The library is also open to the public from 8:30AM to 4:30PM Monday through Friday. The location is 1951 W. Camelback, Suite 300, Phoenix, AZ 85015; 602-347-7950.
The library is divided into the following collections:
The core of the library has been been donated by Dean Crothers, MD and the Hahnemann Medical College.
The mission of the library is to provide a multimedia resource center for AMCH students, AMCH faculty and members of the general public who are interested in homeopathy. This resource center will be innovative, responsive and proactive.
For more information about the AMCH Library contact the library at library@AMCofH.org.
AMCH has partnered with the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture to form the National Library of Traditional Medicine in Phoenix Arizona. This project is an initial partnership of two leading alternative healthcare organizations in the State of Arizona:
The mission of the National Library of Traditional Medicine is to build, archive and preserve collections and artifacts that advance cultural, energetic and integrative medicine.