Pacific College improves lives by educating and inspiring compassionate, skilled leaders of traditional medicine and integrative health sciences.
Pacific College is the recognized leader in delivering traditional medicine and integrative health science education to practitioners and the public. Pacific College is a catalyst for the adoption and expansion of traditional medicine and integrative health science principles, practices, and research, empowering individuals to gain and maintain health and enjoy life. Pacific College is contributing to the transformation of the structure and economics of healthcare by bringing education and integrative health science to where people live, learn, and play.
All members of the Pacific College community embody the intention of improving lives exponentially by supporting health and well-being through our daily actions. We lead by example and by practicing the values of:
- Critical Thinking
Institutional Learning Outcomes
- Critical Thinking
Identify and solve problems that require the integration of multiple contexts.
- Ethical and Moral Decision-Making Skills
Demonstrate the highest quality of decision-making, governed by ethical principles, integrity, honesty, and compassion.
- Evidence-Informed Practice
Utilize best available research and apply relevant findings to teaching, learning, and the care of patients, clients, families, and communities.
- Integrative Health
Understand factors that influence health, wellness, and disease including mind, body,
spirit, and community.
- Compassionate Practice
Provide compassionate approaches to healthcare delivery when interacting with patients, clients, families, and communities.
- Interpersonal Communication Skills
Use interpersonal skills to maintain professional relationships with patients, clients, healthcare professionals, and communities.
- Collaboration Skills
Collaborate with patients, clients, healthcare professionals, and communities to develop plans of care to achieve positive health outcomes.
- Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Interact and collaborate with diverse individuals and groups while acknowledging each other’s perspectives and biases.
- Lifelong Learning
Engage in lifelong self-directed learning to validate continued competence in practice.