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Pacific College Chicago Moves to New Location

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 28, 2010

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PACIFIC COLLEGE MOVES TO NEW LOCATION IN CHICAGO LOOP

Chicago, IL – On January 3, 2011, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Chicago will be opening its doors at a new location at 65 E Wacker Place in the downtown Loop. With beautiful views of the Chicago River, the new campus will feature an expanded clinic, additional classrooms, and the largest Chinese Medicine & Bodywork Library in the city.

“This move will give the college more visibility and a greater presence, allowing us to serve a wider range of students and patients,” according to Dr. Ed Lamadrid, Campus Director of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine’s Chicago campus. “With closer proximity to the business center, we'll also be able to network with the business and medical community."

Since it opened its doors in 2000, Pacific College’s campus and clinic were located in the heart of Wrigleyville off Broadway and Addison. The new campus will offer a more convenient, centralized location for students using public transportation, as well as a more bustling atmosphere being minutes away from the city’s main attractions, such as the Magnificent Mile, Millennium Park, and theater district.

Pacific College has grown considerably over the last decade. With the need for more space to accommodate an increasing student body, it was decided in late 2009 that the search for a new home would begin. The new campus will open on January 3, 2011.

Pacific College of Oriental Medicine has campuses in San Diego, New York, and Chicago. Dr. Ed Lamadrid, DAOM, L.Ac., LMT is available for interviews by calling 773-477-4822. For more information about Pacific College’s programs please call 1-888-729-4811.

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