MARC Records

McGraw-Hill Medical is pleased to offer MARC Records for our Access and Collection sites. We currently provide metadata for book titles and corresponding videos. These records are available in XML and .mrc format for both active and archived titles. 

MARC records are updated monthly and can be downloaded directly from the Access User Center. Many users obtain their records through a third-party discovery service, for example EBSCO or Summon. We provide records to these services on a quarterly basis, so users may notice a slight lag between when new titles are added to the sites and when the records are available from their provider.

As a publisher, we are responsible for making the metadata of our content available directly to our customers, and we do so on the Access User Center.

We have taken additional steps for the convenience of our customers by establishing partnerships with all of the major and requested discovery service vendors to integrate our metadata onto their platforms.

As a result, when it pertains to our mutual customers obtaining metadata for our content on the discovery service vendor’s platform, our mutual customers will need to contact the discovery service vendor directly so that they can investigate the issue for their platform.

If the discovery service vendor diagnoses the issue as a configuration issue on their platform, then they will help the mutual customer adjust the configuration accordingly. If the discovery service vendor diagnoses the issue as a metadata issue, then they will contact McGraw Hill accordingly so that we can make the necessary changes.

To receive an email notification when we update our MARC Records please follow the steps found at the bottom of the page.

Please follow the links below to our Google Drive (no login required) to download your MARC records:


KBART Title Lists

McGraw-Hill Medical is pleased to offer title lists in the KBART format for our Access and Collection sites. These KBART title lists are updated regularly for accuracy and are available for both active and archived titles. 

To receive an email notification when we update the KBART title lists please follow the steps found at the bottom of the page.

Please follow the links below to our Google Drive (no login required) to download your KBART title lists:


You can use the following link to download all of the KBART Title List files:


MARC Delete Records

McGraw-Hill Medical is pleased to offer MARC Delete records for the content available on all of our Access and Collection sites that have been discontinued and are no longer available. The MARC Delete records can be uploaded onto a cataloging system to automatically remove corresponding MARC Records, for the content that is no longer available on our Access and Collection sites, that have been previously uploaded onto the cataloging system.

The MARC Delete records are made available bi-annually. 

To receive an email notification when we update the MARC Delete records please follow the steps found at the bottom of the page. Please follow the links below to our Google Drive (no login required) to download your MARC Delete records:


FIRST HALF - 2019


SECOND HALF - 2019


To receive an email notification every time we update our MARC records for our Access and Collection sites, please follow steps:

1) Go to https://www.accessusercenter.com/users/178510-marc-records-kbart-title-lists

2) Click Follow

3) If you aren't already signed in you will be prompted to do so.  If you do not already have a MyAccess profile please create one.  

4) Once signed in click Follow again

*If you have any questions please email User Services at userservices@mheducation.com 


eBook Library MARC Records

For information about accessing MARC records for your eBook Library titles, click here.


Archived Texts

The archived texts in Access Medical sites provides access to older editions of textbooks hosted on the website for purposes of reference. Because medicine is an ever-changing science, we include only the most recent previous edition of each title. As new research and clinical experience broaden our knowledge, changes in treatment and drug therapy are required. The authors of these works have checked with sources believed to be reliable in their efforts to provide information that is complete and generally in accord with the standards accepted at the time of publication. However, in the view of the possibility of human error or changes in medical science, neither the authors nor the publisher nor any other party who has been involved in the preparation or publication of this work warrants that the information contained herein is in every respect accurate or complete, and they disclaim all responsibility for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from use of the information contained in these works. Readers are encouraged to confirm the information contained herein with other resources.