The National Library of Traditional Medicine is dedicated to preserving and advancing cultural, energetic and integrative medicine.
Aniko Pinter is the librarian at the National Library of Traditional Medicine in Phoenix, Arizona, and head of research for Minted Prose, a New York City based publishing company. She holds a BA in Political Science from Hunter College of CUNY, and a Masters degree in Library Science from Queens College of CUNY. Aniko served as the librarian at the American Hungarian Library and Historical Society in New York City while engaged with major law firms as a library research assistant. In addition to maintaining the collection at the Hungarian Library, she spearheaded cultural events.
About the Collection
The National Library of Traditional Medicine (NLTM) currently collaborates with member colleges, American Medical College of Homeopathy (AMCH) and Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture (PIHMA) to build an integrated collection based on the following traditional medicines: Asian Medicine and Acupuncture, Homeopathic Medicine, Mind/Body/Spirit Medicine, Indigenous and Botanical Medicine and Integrative Medicine.
- What is Asian Medicine & Acupuncture?
- What is Homeopathic Medicine?
- What is Integrative Medicine?
- What is Mind, Body and Spirit Medicine?
- What is Indigenous and Botanical Medicine?
The library is accessible at the following times:
- Monday: 9am – 9pm
- Tuesday: 10am – 8pm
- Wednesday: 12pm – 7pm
- Thursday: 12pm – 8pm
- Friday: 12pm – 8pm
- Saturday: 11am – 4pm
- Sunday: 10am – 3pm
301 E. Bethany Home Rd, Suite A-135
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
- To provide resources and education in traditional medicine to member colleges and local communities
- To match library facilities, resources and services to the particular needs and interests of member colleges, their students, faculty, and community
- To provide informational, educational, and cultural materials in diverse forms for the enrichment, self-development, and enjoyment of library users, and to organize these materials for optimum use
- To provide a knowledgeable, well trained, and responsive staff to maintain a high level of service
- To make students, faculty, and community aware of their Library’s resources and services
- To cooperate actively with other libraries and community agencies in order to share resources and broaden the scope of the Library’s services