What is HUBNET?
Hospitals and University at Buffalo Library Resources Network (HUBNET) is a collaborative library project serving hospitals and healthcare organizations throughout Western New York.
The Werner Medical Library at Rochester General Hospital is now a member of this network.
Through HUBNET you have internet access to our library resources – databases, electronic books, and electronic journals – all in one location from any location, except where restricted by license agreements.
Who may access HUBNET?
Those employed by, or affiliated with, Rochester General Health System (RGHS).
How do I access HUBNET from the RGHS Network?
Click on the Connect to Databases link on the Werner Medical Library page at http://intranet/depts/medicalLibrary/medlib.asp No username or password is required.
How do I access HUBNET from a Non-RGHS Network?
Access HUBNET from the internet at http://hubnet.buffalo.edu
You will be prompted for a username and password on the HUBNET homepage.
First time users: Click on the “Need an Account” link in the bottom left-hand corner.
Complete the required information. You will receive an email confirming the creation of your HUBNET account. Hint: It is best to use your RGHS e-mail address.
Your account will be deactivated if affiliation cannot be verified.
Are there restrictions on how I use HUBNET?
HUBNET should be used for research, education/training, clinical or academic purposes only. Any use of HUBNET for commercial purposes is prohibited.
Contact the Werner Medical Library at 585-922-4743, or email the library at email@example.com for more information.