Pacific College offers you the education and hands-on experience you need to become a highly qualified practitioner, ready to adapt to the new demands that face the healthcare industry. Our programs in massage, acupuncture, and holistic nursing welcome those who share our passion for holistic healing and the power to change lives exponentially.

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Largest Oriental Medicine College in the US

Regionally Accredited

Over 50 Community Outreach events every year

Over 200 highly credentialed faculty members at the forefront of research and curriculum development

Founded by acupuncturists and massage practitioners

Ongoing graduate programs development and distance education offerings

Largest variety of offsite clinical opportunities

The most robust professional network and Continuing Education programs in the U.S. for Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

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Enough is Enough!

The “Enough is Enough” legislation requires all colleges to adopt a set of comprehensive procedures and guidelines to address sexual violence, including a uniform definition of affirmative consent, a statewide amnesty policy, and expanded access to law enforcement. PCOM Cares. Read More

Belinda Anderson, PhD, LAc, and Academic Dean of PCOM, New York
The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine is delighted to announce that Belinda Anderson, PhD, LAc, and Academic Dean of PCOM, New York has been appointed to the National Advisory Council for...
Use Positive Affirmations
Anxiety and stress is a constant for many in today's relentlessly fast-paced world. There are few among us who can't make use of a few tools to reduce anxiety. One of those methods is positive...
Everything You Need to Know About Facial Acupuncture
July 5, 2018 Dr. Greg Lane, DACM, Pacific College's Dean of Graduate Faculty, was recently interviewed by Wendy Gould for "Everything You Need to Know About Facial Acupuncture" on The Klog, a blog...
7 Tips for Becoming More Mindful
Mindfulness is a common topic recently, but it can be difficult to make time for. In an article for Psychology Today, Leena Guptha, DO, PCOM-San Diego's Academic Dean of Graduate Studies, introduces...
Gan lu yin
By Subhuti Dharmananda, PhD, Director of the Institute for Traditional Medicine (ITM), Portland, Oregon The Formula and Its Name Gan lu yin is a prescription in the Song Dynasty compilation Tai Ping...
By David Bomzon About five years ago, I traveled to Japan to participate in a five-day seminar that was to be given Dr. Toshikatsu Yamamoto, the developer of Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA). At...
A Yin-Yang Symbol.
By Peter Deadman Slow, deep, lower abdominal breathing, a mainstay of Asian internal cultivation practices for millennia, is a powerful tool for healing and transformation. A wide range of emotional...
Micro Acupuncture 48
A Bright Future for Patients Experiencing Acute or Progressive Vision Loss By Dr. Andy Rosenfarb, ND, LAc, Dipl Ac, DiplCH Approximately 285 million people worldwide are visually impaired: 39 million...
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