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Chicago Clinical Training

  • The Fortune Society
  • Initiative for Women with Disabilities - Hospital for Joint Diseases
  • Grand Meridian Clinic
  • St. John's Riverside Hospital (Yonkers)
  • St. Vincent's Hospital - H.I.V. Center
  • St. Vincent's Hospital - Comprehensive Cancer Center

 

New York Clinical Training

  • The Fortune Society
  • Initiative for Women with Disabilities - Hospital for Joint Diseases
  • Grand Meridian Clinic
  • St. John's Riverside Hospital (Yonkers)
  • St. Vincent's Hospital - H.I.V. Center
  • St. Vincent's Hospital - Comprehensive Cancer Center

 

Clinical Training

Pacific recognizes a spiral-like process in the endeavor to learn. Observation and reason lead to knowledge. After obtaining foundation material in the classroom setting, the student applies this material in the clinical setting. The clinical application leads to a deeper understanding of the original foundation material, which in turn leads to enhanced clinical practice and new academic advancement.

As a Clinical Intern, students work as part of a medical team comprising assistants, interns, and Licensed Acupuncturists. The student receives over 950 hours of hands-on experience helping people with holistic and Oriental methods of treatment while interfacing with allied health care colleagues.

In addition to Pacific's on-site community clinic, the College also maintains numerous partnerships with local hospitals and clinics in each of the cities it serves. These alliances provide Pacific interns with the opportunities to do clinical rotations in diverse integrative care settings. At these sites, the treating medical team may be expanded to include medical students, medical doctors, nurse practitioners, athletic trainers, physical therapists, and counselors, depending on the facility. Click on a campus below for more information on their off-site clinical facilities.

 

San Diego Clinical Training

San Diego - Master's Program Clinical Training

  • University of California-San Diego (UCSD) Free Clinics Project:
    Geriatric Clinic at First Lutheran Church
  • University of California-San Diego (UCSD) Free Clinics Project:
    Pacific Beach United Methodist Church
  • San Diego Hospice
  • University of California-San Diego (UCSD) Rimac Sports Training Facility
  • Pacific Center of Health
  • AcuSport Health Center

 

San Diego - Doctoral Program Clinical Training

Off-Site Clinical Resources
In addition to its own clinical facilities, Pacific College has agreements with the following organizations to provide facilities for observation, treatment, and/or collaboration:

  • San Diego Hospice
  • University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Free Clinic
  • Senior's Clinic
  • UCSD Sports Medicine Clinic
  • Sharp Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation department
  • International Survivors of Torture
  • UCSD Division of Urology
  • Children's Hospital Integrative Medicine program

Doctoral Students' Private Clinical Resources
Students will receive credit for seeing patients in their own practices about whom they will be required to report extensively for the Case Review and Mentorship clinical courses. We expect this resource and experience to be an important one for achieving the transference of knowledge between the program's classroom and clinical training and the student's private practice. Special arrangements may be made for students who do not have private practices.

 

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