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Purpose-built for the next Generation of Doctors

The University of Lincoln’s striking city centre campus provides a modern student-centred community. Based on the picturesque Brayford Pool waterfront, almost everything you’ll need is either on campus or a short walk away. At Lincoln, we constantly invest in our buildings and facilities as we strive to provide the best learning environment for our students.

Medicine students are currently based in the University of Lincoln’s Isaac Newton and Sarah Swift Buildings, where they can benefit from specialist facilities including anatomy and clinical skills suites. The University of Lincoln is planning to deliver a purpose-built medical school building in 2021, with lecture theatres, laboratories, a clinical skills suite equipped with simulation facilities, a prosection anatomy suite, and a science library.

Medical School Building

Bio-Medical and Health Sciences Library

The Lincoln Medical School Building will be home to the newest space in the University of Lincoln’s Library Service.

The Bio-Medical and Health Sciences Library will be a purpose-designed space, located on the 1st floor of the Medical School Building. The Library will bring together the University’s collections covering Medicine, Life Sciences, Pharmacy, Chemistry, Nursing, and Allied Health and Social Care. In addition to these collections, the Library will provide a range of flexible study spaces.

As part of the collaborative approach to teaching medicine offered by Lincoln Medical School, medical students are able to access the combined information resources (e-books, books, journals, and databases) provided by both the University of Lincoln and the University of Nottingham.

The Library will have its own dedicated staff, who will be available to supporting students and staff across all the disciplines covered by biomedicine and health sciences.

Lincoln Medical School Building Drone Footage

This drone footage shows the new Lincoln Medical School Building, taken in December 2020.

The purpose-built building is due for completion this year, complete with lecture theatres, laboratories, a clinical skills suite equipped with simulation facilities, a prosection anatomy suite, and a science library.